Campus- a happy mix
Virtual Tours by Students
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So the engineering building behind me is obviously a really new in modern addition to campus, and there's lots of sleek lines in class windows, and it's kind of high paced in water, and then two minutes down the street is the really pretty tree covered historical area that I showed you. Then another two minutes that way is where a lot of unfortunately calm and education majors have to have some of their classes in the plans and buildings, and that makes campus kind of cluster. It's it's also really fun, because there's also first, there's a million places to sit and walk around with friends who were in the majors that are different than yours. I know the campus is huge, and that could be intimidating to a lot of people. When everyone in Texas ADA sees people they know all the time you cannot go to a class, were parked down the street just that the environment community makes everything feel so much more time for being on this massive, very diverse campus. So even though I talked about earlier, how I feel like I have to be on Wayner Island in the business school, so much I want my favorite parts about this campus is that if I want to get away from that, I can. If you want to study in some place, cool in water and come to the engineering side of campus for day. Or if you want to feel like you're on Gossip Girl or at an Ivy League in the movies or something, go to the one of the historical buildings and study. There's just there's a million different nooks and crannies to go to different people, and that really helps mix up studying and make it more fun. You go to every single day by just walking a couple of minutes down.