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(May 10, 2012) -- UTSA parking permits for the 2012-2013 academic year are available now. Permits are sold through the ASAP online information system for purchase to UTSA students and employees.

Permits can be purchased using a credit card or e-check. Students can have the selected permit cost added to their tuition and fees bill. Employees can utilize the convenience of payroll deduction to purchase permits.

Permits will be sent via U.S. mail to the street address provided in ASAP on the permit application. Permits will not be mailed to campus office or on-campus housing addresses. Be sure to update or add new vehicle information, as well as confirming your current address, when purchasing your 2012-2013 parking permit. If your address changes between the date of purchase and Aug. 1, contact Parking to update your information.

The Bauerle Road Garage, adjacent to the Main Building on the UTSA Main Campus, will open in August 2012 with 1,200 spaces for students, employees and visitors. Additionally, the Peace roundabout and campus oval project on the Main Campus is expected to open in time for fall classes. The roundabout and garage will alleviate much of the congestion on the north side of the campus.

Campus visitors should park in either the Bauerle Road Garage or Ximenes Avenue Garage (formerly the South Garage). Short-term spaces in the Tobin Avenue Garage (formerly the North Garage) will be eliminated in August to provide additional space availability to student and employee permit holders.

A new service for those with electric vehicles is eight charging stations in the Ximenes Avenue Garage on the Main Campus and two charging stations in the Downtown Campus garage.

For more information, visit the UTSA Parking website, email parking@utsa.edu or call 210-458-PARK (7275). Not sure which permit is best for you? Try the Permit Selection Wizard on our website to help you find the permit that best suits your needs.

 

 

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Robert Penn Warren said: “How do poems grow? They grow out of your life.” That is certainly true for Carmen Tafolla. An associate professor of practice with the UTSA College of Education and Human Development, Tafolla has authored more than 20 acclaimed books of poetry and prose, including "The Holy Tortilla and a Pot of Beans." It won the Tom´s Rivera Children’s Book Award in 2009.

Tafolla is a San Antonio native who grew up on the West Side. Attending a private high school, she realized that the literature did not positively portray her community or the people who lived there. She determined to change that in her writing. In published works for both adults and children — more than 200 anthologies, magazines, journals, textbooks and readers in four languages — Tafolla reflects on the rich Mexican-American culture of San Antonio in which she grew up.

Did you know? Tafolla was San Antonio's first Poet Laureate, from 2012 to 2014, and currently serves as the Poet Laureate of Texas.

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