- 67 QS World University Rankings 2018
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About University of Texas at Austin
LBJ Presidential Library is situated on a 30-acre site on The University of Texas campus in Austin, Texas. The building is on a promontory-like plaza adjoining Sid Richardson Hall and the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
- The Visual Arts Center (VAC) is a place where art exhibition and education intersect, drawing together a uniquely diverse community of students, faculty, guest artists, and creative voices from around the world. Situated in the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin, it provides pivotal exhibition and research space through five distinct galleries, and serves as a creative hub in the university’s dynamic arts community.
- The Cactus Café is a live music venue and bar on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin. Located in Austin, Texas, a city frequently referred to as "the live music capital of the world," a number of well-known artists have played in the Cactus, and Billboard Magazine named it as one of fifteen "solidly respected, savvy clubs" in the United States, "from which careers can be cut, that work with proven names and new faces.
- Gregory Gym Aquatic Complex offers:
- Lap swimming
- Leisure swimming
We believe it's important for our community to have access to extraordinary living, learning and working experiences beyond the classroom. By providing clean, attractive, safe facilities for campus residents and diverse, high-quality food options — along with partnerships and programs dedicated to improving quality of life for our students, faculty and staff — we work hard to create a positive, comfortable environment on the Forty Acres.
- All of the residence halls offer amenities and features that will help you to stay focused on academics and find your niche on campus. Visit individual residence hall pages for photos, information about features, resident testimonials, a floor plan of a typical room, and a "360" tour.
- Accommodations vary by hall and room. Some have partially built-in furniture and/or a vanity area in the room. Some feature bunkable or loftable beds.
- All halls have study rooms, TV rooms, vending areas and laundry rooms. All rooms have cable TV, Internet access and a MicroFridge. Single space is limited and most are occupied by returning residents.
- Student rooms are not carpeted.
- A 5' X 8' area rug will work in all rooms. It is recommended that you check into your room prior to purchasing a larger rug or carpeting.
- Window Covering
- Windows in student rooms have aluminum blinds.
- Students may add draperies or valances if desired (spring-loaded tension rods are advised).
- Check into your room and measure your window prior to making purchases.
- All residence halls require extra long twin sheets.
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