Music Library Frasier Hall Carter Hall Kepner Hall Guggenheim Hall Crabbe Hall Gunter Hall Gray Hall Arts Annex Visitor's Center Ben Nighthorse Campbell Center for the Health and Human Sciences Faculty Apartments University Apartments Jackson Field Cassidy Hall Tobey-Kendel Hall Belford Hall Decker Hall Wilson Hall Wiebking Hall Snyder Hall Sabin Hall Hansen-Willis Hall University Houses Parsons Hall Jackson Field University Houses University Center Bishop-Lehr Hall Ross Hall of Science McKee Hall McCowen Hall Lawrenson Hall Turner Hall Harrison Hall Michener Library Candelaria Hall Cesar Chavez Cultural Center Recreation Center Butler-Hancock Hall Nottingham Field Xeric Demonstration Gardens Judy Farr Center Arlington Gardens

Outdoor Focal Points

• Focal points, strategically placed on the campus, can be a very powerful urban design tool. using artwork, landscape plantings, or other architectural features, will help provide interest to the site, while improving wayfinding.

• Provide opportunities for the expression of outdoor art. Art features need to be incorporated into the site at strategic locations, unless special circumstances permit. Focal points are an excellent opportunity to integrate art into the site.


Map of Outdoor Focal Points
There are many opportunities to add art or other landscape elements to the site. Landscape elements create interest and fosters interaction with the site. Artwork can be used as an educational focal point Landscape elements create interest and fosters interaction with the site.