Walking is one way of basic human activities, it seems that the entire body structure is designed for the walking, walking is considered the best game in the world. Many clinical practice has proved popular among older people in the "357 foot law," that every day 1 or 2 times, each time more than 30 minutes walking distance; walk 5 times a week, exercise or heart rate after exercise control of 170 per minute - the age number, can decrease the incidence of diabetes by 50%.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Legend ROTC Building AcAdemic/AdministrAtive Buildings student residences A A Advanced Computer Technology and F5 Baker-Huger Hall F10 Research Hall (Computer Science) B R O O K S S T R EE T Bancroft Hall I9 A. Hays Town Building J7 Bonin Hall G10 International ALETA (Acadiana Law Enforcement C9 Buchanan Hall F10 N Building Training Academy) Cajun Village E3 Alumni Center H6 Denbo Hall I9 Alumni Hall (The Vermilion) F10 Evangeline Hall G10 Continuing Angelle Hall H7 Harris Hall G10 Education Bank One Building D7 Legacy Apartments G3 Center AMELIA STREET B Billeaud Hall F6 Randolph Hall F10 B Bittle Hall E9 Stokes Hall A F2, F3 Hawkins House RE ET Broussard Hall E8 Stokes Hall B F3 Burke-Hawthorne Hall E8, F8 Roy House E. LE W IS ST Café Fleur-de-Lis F3 ALETA Central Receiving D3 Soulier House Conference Center D6 Continuing Education Center B5 Coronna Hall E9 JOHNSTON STREET C Credit Union H8 C Cypress Lake F8 French Girard Day Care Center D3 Maxim D. Hall House S T. M A RY B O U L E VA R D Declouet Hall E10 Mouton Doucet Hall Foster Dupré Library E6 Hall Hall Earl K. Long Gym G6 F.G. Mouton Hall D9 Wa l k o f H o n or Fletcher Hall G4 UL Lafayette Information Foster Hall C9 Day Care Center Center F.G. Mouton French House C7 D Stephens Martin D Hall Girard Hall C10 Central Hall Griffin Hall E4, E5 Receiving Conference Hall Guillory Hall F9 J D Center BankOne Hamilton Hall H8. H9 G M Building Hawkins House B10 R E X ST R E E T Information Center D10 C roussard Broussard International Building B7 F Hall Hall Lee Hall Moody Hall President’s Montgomery Hall Residence Judice-Rickels Hall E7, F7 V illage Kajun Washateria F2 C aju n B O.K. Allen Bittle Hall Madison Hall E Lee Hall E8 Hall Declouet E H.L. Griffin Maintenance I Hall Madison Hall E5, E6 L E Hall Facility Maintenance Facility E2 A H E B R A R D B O U L E VA R D Martin Hall D9 H Edith Garland Olivier Coronna C.L. Rougeou Judice- Maxim D. Doucet Hall C8 K Hall Dupré Library Rickels Burke-Hawthorne Hall Hall Hall Randolph Hall McLaurin Gym G9 Visual Arts Annex Hall Alumni Hall Montgomery Hall E6, E7 Kajun (The Vermilion) Moody Hall E9 On the Guillory Washateria Mouton Hall C8 Geaux Hall Buchanan Sto Baker/Huger Hall Billeaud Hall Hall Sto F O.K. Allen Hall E8 F kes U NIVER SIT Y AVE NU E kes Olivier Hall E9 Advanced Computer Hal Parker Hall Technology and Hal On the Geaux F4 lA Research Hall lB Parker Hall (Physical Plant) F3 Saucier is V.L. President’s Residence E10 afé r-de-L C u Clinic Wharton Evangeline Hall Fle R EE T Public Parking G6, G7 and G8, G9, I8 Hall BOUCHER STREET ROTC Building A6 Vo Student Union Future Earl K. E. LE W IS ST orh Rougeou Hall E4 ies Quadrangle Long y Bonin Hall Roy House B10 Caffer Gym Our Lady G Saucier Clinic F9 cy Par k of G e ga Ro Joel L. Fletcher Hall Soulier House C10 y L Wisdom McLaurIn Stephens Hall D7, D8 McCu llough PUBLIC Chapel Gym PARKING Student Union G8 Ha PUBLIC rri UL Lafayette Foundation J7 PARKING Hall Vermilion s Thibodeaux University Art Museum J6, J7 E. A. Martin McKINLEY STREET Callais Visual Arts Annex F3 Wharton Hall F7, F8 RK CIRCLE R D PA Wisdom Chapel G7 GIRA H H Angelle Hall Alumni Center Hamilton Hall TUL ANE AVENUE Credit Union Bancroft Hall I PUBLIC I PARKING GARAGE Denbo PA R K D R I V E Hall ARD GIR Century Oak TA F T S T R E E T Public Bus Stop UL Lafayette Public Parking A. Hays Town Foundation Building J J 0 300 450 FEET SCALE: Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum One inch equals 300 feet Map prepared by UL Lafayette's Office of Public Relations and News Services 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Campus map welCome points of interest If you’re a UL Lafayette alum who hasn’t been on campus in a while, here are some sites you shouldn’t miss. ■ Take a look inside edith garland dupré Library. The exterior may seem slightly familiar, 1 2 3 4 5 but once you enter, you won’t recognize the place. It’s magnificent. ■ The new Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum on East St. Mary Boulevard is itself A A a work of art. Spend a few moments relaxing at the refreshing “water wall” before heading inside for Na more visual delights. Re tiona sea l W rch etla Ce nds ■ Stroll down the Walk of Honor, which is paved Es nte tua r Co rin with bricks bearing the names of all UL Lafayette Re asta e H La sea l F ab graduates. Arranged by class year, it begins on the E fay rch ishe itats Devcono ette Ce ries south side of Martin Hall and encircles the Quad. e mi nte Aut lopmec r hor nt Abd ity alla ■ Check out the new Advanced Computer IVE B Hal B l Technology and Research Hall, which DR RD Laf DE a houses the Computer Science Department and the Cayette P VA ND LCO E VA re B rim UR TS Center for Advanced Computer Studies. It’s next to uild ary RA TR ing EET UL Madison Hall, on the spot where McNaspy Stadium RT BO Cec once stood. BE il J. ME HalPicard E l LIT ■ Step inside the Quadrangle. Notice anything DO different? F.g. Mouton Hall (behind Martin JUN Hall) now has an entrance from the Quad. Before C CA C renovations in 2005, there were only doors at either CO N GRE end of the building. F.G. Mouton is connected by SS S TRE walkways to Moody Hall, new home of the B. I. ET Hilto Moody III College of Business Administration. n Ga rden Inn ■ Drive past the LITe building in University Research ium Park. It’s at the intersection of Cajundome ball ield Stad Boulevard and Devalcourt Street. That three-story, Foot ajun F REI egg-shaped section contains a six-sided “total NHA e D RDT om D immersion space,” where researchers can explore DRI nD VE aju massive amounts of data that have been converted C C Soc ajun T C into 3-D images. cer rack Fac / Ath ilitie M s “Tig.L. Com letic te n plex yet tio Moo ue” afa ven L on er Fiel re CCajun ulo Co C ent d tta ur Louis C Ce ts/ nte Accele iana SO r ra Cente tor UV EN . phone numbers Leo r DR Stu IR G Welcome to the University of T den Ind n Mon L AT E 1. Admissions/enrollment oor c BE Coennis t Pr la Sr Louisiana at Lafayette, home of E Lam Facilit actice . ow E A urt 1511 Johnston Street Ro Le g e n d NN s Ra son y yR ty w D Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns . Stu g nit 482-6467 ® VA R G LY Aqudent Sof in’ Ca ri ro Par tball juns r Cenatic Abdalla Hall B3 te So k Fra ULE UL Lafayette's campus offers first-time visitors two ter Agricultural Facilities F2, F3 and G2, G3 2. Alumni Center E Athletic Complex D2, E2 600 E. St. Mary Boulevard E BO distinctive, must-see features. IV Bou Blackham Coliseum Complex G2 DR rg 482-0900 Ha eois Bourgeois Hall F2 DOM M ■ Cypress Lake is a managed wetlands filled ll C O ervicng L I S es Cajun Courts/Culotta Center E2 EU 3. Art Museum S rinti with cypress trees, alligators, turtles, fish and a Cajundome D3 JUN 710 E. St. Mary Boulevard P variety of plants. It’s behind the Student Union, Cajun Field – Football Stadium D2 F F 482-2278 CA between Hebrard Boulevard and McKinley Wa Cajun Track/Soccer Facilities D1 Street. Ho gner Cecil J. Picard Hall B2, B3 use (Center for Child Development) 4. Bookstore Agr ■ Several “Century Oaks” grace the campus. They Facicultu Creamery Building H3 600 McKinley Street (Student Union) ilitie re Estuarine Habitats Coastal Fisheries B4 851-BOOK were planted by Dr. Edwin L. Stephens, the s university’s first president, on Jan. 1, 1901. The Research Center giant trees are noted on this map. Fraternity Row E3 5. Information Hilton Garden Inn C3 482-1000 Ira Nelson Horticulture Center H3 Since opening in 1901, UL Lafayette has become Lafayette Convention Center E3, E4 the second largest university in the state, with G G 6. Police Lafayette Economic Development Authority B3 more than 16,000 students. It’s a public, selective 210 Hebrard Boulevard (Bittle Hall) Lafayette Primary Care Facility B2 admissions institution that grants bachelor’s, JO 482-6447 or 482-6448 Lamson Ragin’ Cajuns Softball Park E2 Coolise ham HN Agr mp um master’s and doctoral degrees. ST Facicultu Leon Moncla Sr. Indoor Practice Facility E2 Ma Sch ex 7. Post Office C lack ilitie re ent ON em – l LITE (Louisiana Immersive Technologies C3 nag ool s ST 200 Hebrard Boulevard (Bittle Hall) B The Carnegie Foundation has designated UL RE Enterprise) Lafayette as a “Research University with high ET Louisiana Accelerator Center E3 482-6113 me ry I Hora N N HoNurse research activity.” So, UL Lafayette is in the same Moore Field D1, E1 r e research category as universities such as Baylor, Ceticul lson National Wetlands Research Center A4 8. Student Union nte ture W r Printing Services F3 600 McKinley Street Auburn and Clemson. H h H Hoittin Sorority Row E3, E4 482-6940 OR 482-6400 us gto Student Aquatic Center E1, E2 Builamery Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajuns® compete in NCAA 0 550 825 FEET e n ding Student Tennis Courts E2 Division 1, the highest level of collegiate athletics. SCALE: 9. UL Lafayette Ticket Office Wagner House F2 Cre One inch equals 550 feet Whittington House H2 (Cajundome) More information about the University of Louisiana 444 Cajundome Blvd. at Lafayette is available at www.louisiana.edu 1 2 3 4 5 265-2100
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