UTSA welcomes students to new Chaparral Village housing unit
(Aug. 20, 2004)--UTSA students began checking in Friday to their apartments at the new Chaparral Village campus housing facility located adjacent to the Chisholm Hall residence hall at the northwest side of the 1604 Campus.
Pictured is UTSA President Ricardo Romo (top photo) passing out water to students as they move into their Chaparral Village suites.
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More than 1,000 freshman will be housed in the apartment-style living unit which offers private 2-bedroom and 4-bedroom suites with living rooms and kitchenette areas. Neighborhood units include laundry facilities, study rooms, computer labs, and kitchen and living space.
The Chaparral Village City Center has more room for large gatherings, a classroom and study space. A new dining hall, set to open in spring 2005, will be adjacent to the residence facility.For more information about UTSA housing, call 210-458-4720.