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AcAdemic/AdministrAtive Buildings student residences

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Advanced Computer Technology and F5 Baker-Huger Hall F10 B R O O K S S T R EE T Research Hall (Computer Science) Bancroft Hall I9 A. Hays Town Building J7 Bonin Hall G10 ALETA (Acadiana Law Enforcement C9 Buchanan Hall F10 Training Academy) Cajun Village E3 Alumni Center H6 Denbo Hall I9 Alumni Hall (The Vermilion) F10 Evangeline Hall G10 Continuing Education Angelle Hall H7 Harris Hall G10 Center Bank One Building D7 Legacy Apartments G3 Billeaud Hall F6 Randolph Hall F10 Bittle Hall E9 Stokes Hall A F2, F3 Broussard Hall E8 Stokes Hall B F3 Burke-Hawthorne Hall E8, F8 Café Fleur-de-Lis F3 Central Receiving D3 Conference Center D6 Continuing Education Center B5 Coronna Hall E9 Credit Union H8 Cypress Lake F8 Day Care Center D3 Declouet Hall E10 Dupré Library E6 Earl K. Long Gym G6 F.G. Mouton Hall D9 Fletcher Hall G4 UL Lafayette Day Care Center Foster Hall C9 French House C7 Central Girard Hall C10 Receiving Griffin Hall E4, E5 Guillory Hall F9 D J Hamilton Hall H8. H9 G M Hawkins House B10 R E X ST R E E T Information Center D10 C F International Building B7 Judice-Rickels Hall E7, F7 V illage Kajun Washateria F2 aju n B C Lee Hall E8 H.L. Griffin I E Madison Hall E5, E6 Hall L A Maintenance Facility E2 Martin Hall D9 H C.L. Rougeou K Maxim D. Doucet Hall C8 Hall Visual Arts McLaurin Gym G9 Annex Montgomery Hall E6, E7 Kajun Moody Hall E9 On the Washateria Geaux Mouton Hall C8 O.K. Allen Hall E8 Olivier Hall E9 Advanced Computer Technology and On the Geaux F4 Research Hall Parker Hall (Physical Plant) F3 is afé r-de-L President’s Residence E10 C u Fle Public Parking G6, G7 and G8, G9, I8 ROTC Building A6 Vo Future orh Rougeou Hall E4 ies Quadrangle y Caffer Roy House B10 Saucier Clinic F9 cy Par k Joel L. Fletcher Hall Ro e ga Soulier House C10 y L llough Stephens Hall D7, D8 McCu Student Union G8 UL Lafayette Foundation J7 University Art Museum J6, J7 E. A. Martin Callais Visual Arts Annex F3 Wharton Hall F7, F8 RK CIRCLE R D PA GIRA Wisdom Chapel G7

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Map prepared by UL Lafayette's Office of Public Relations and News Services

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Welcome to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, home of Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns .
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Lake is a managed wetlands filled with cypress trees, alligators, turtles, fish and a variety of plants. It’s behind the Student Union, between Hebrard Boulevard and McKinley Street. “Century Oaks” grace the campus. They were planted by Dr. Edwin L. Stephens, the university’s first president, on Jan. 1, 1901. The giant trees are noted on this map.

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Abdalla Hall B3 Agricultural Facilities F2, F3 and G2, G3 Athletic Complex D2, E2 Blackham Coliseum Complex G2 Bourgeois Hall F2 Cajun Courts/Culotta Center E2 Cajundome D3 Cajun Field – Football Stadium D2 Cajun Track/Soccer Facilities D1 Cecil J. Picard Hall B2, B3 (Center for Child Development) Creamery Building H3 Estuarine Habitats Coastal Fisheries B4 Research Center Fraternity Row E3 Hilton Garden Inn C3 Ira Nelson Horticulture Center H3 Lafayette Convention Center E3, E4 Lafayette Economic Development Authority B3 Lafayette Primary Care Facility B2 Lamson Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Park E2 Leon Moncla Sr. Indoor Practice Facility E2 LITE (Louisiana Immersive Technologies C3 Enterprise) Louisiana Accelerator Center E3 Moore Field D1, E1 National Wetlands Research Center A4 Printing Services F3 Sorority Row E3, E4 Student Aquatic Center E1, E2 Student Tennis Courts E2 Wagner House F2 Whittington House H2

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Since opening in 1901, UL Lafayette has become the second largest university in the state, with more than 16,000 students. It’s a public, selective admissions institution that grants bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees. The Carnegie Foundation has designated UL Lafayette as a “Research University with high research activity.” So, UL Lafayette is in the same research category as universities such as Baylor, Auburn and Clemson. Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns® compete in NCAA Division 1, the highest level of collegiate athletics. More information about the University of Louisiana at Lafayette is available at www.louisiana.edu

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If you’re a UL Lafayette alum who hasn’t been on campus in a while, here are some sites you shouldn’t miss.
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Take a look inside edith garland dupré Library. The exterior may seem slightly familiar, but once you enter, you won’t recognize the place. It’s magnificent. new Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum on East St. Mary Boulevard is itself a work of art. Spend a few moments relaxing at the refreshing “water wall” before heading inside for more visual delights. down the Walk of Honor, which is paved with bricks bearing the names of all UL Lafayette graduates. Arranged by class year, it begins on the south side of Martin Hall and encircles the Quad. out the new Advanced Computer Technology and Research Hall, which houses the Computer Science Department and the Center for Advanced Computer Studies. It’s next to Madison Hall, on the spot where McNaspy Stadium once stood. inside the Quadrangle. Notice anything different? F.g. Mouton Hall (behind Martin Hall) now has an entrance from the Quad. Before renovations in 2005, there were only doors at either end of the building. F.G. Mouton is connected by walkways to Moody Hall, new home of the B. I. Moody III College of Business Administration. past the LITe building in University Research Park. It’s at the intersection of Cajundome Boulevard and Devalcourt Street. That three-story, egg-shaped section contains a six-sided “total immersion space,” where researchers can explore massive amounts of data that have been converted into 3-D images.

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