Gould Center releases 2014-2015 updates to campus maps

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Wednesday, May 7, 2014 - 3:16pm

Night map and letter-paper-size core map are among the new products

 

The Penn State University Park Campus is a big place with many academic, residence, and support buildings. As a service to the University community and the thousands of annual visitors, the Peter R. Gould Center for Geography Education and Outreach in the Department of Geography has released newly updated versions of the campus maps, now available for downloading and printing.

 

“We have received many requests for a campus map that can be printed from a desktop computer using letter-size paper,” said Gould Center Director Cynthia Brewer. “ The new University Park Campus Core map preserves as much detail as possible while meeting that need.”

 

The maps are available as PDFs at: http://www.geog.psu.edu/print-campus-maps

 

The available maps include:

• The 2014–2015 University Park Campus Guide, an 11-by-17 inch map with most University Park buildings and facilities, including Beaver Stadium, Bryce Jordan Center, and Innovation Park at Penn State. The map includes a building index and campus bus routes.

• The 2014–2015 University Park Campus Core, an 8.5-by-11 inch map showing central campus, from University Drive to Atherton Street and from College Avenue to Park Avenue. The map includes a building index and campus bus routes.

• The 2014–2015 Penn State Campus System, an 8.5-by-11 inch map showing all Penn State campus locations and major highways within Pennsylvania.

• The 2014–2015 University Park Campus Night Map, an 8.5-by-14 inch map showing recommended pathways for night travel on campus. This map also includes a second side with safety tips and resources.

 

Parking maps are available from Transportation Services: http://www.transportation.psu.edu/transportation/maps/parking-maps/index.cfm