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Monday, November 21, 2016

Premium, Select paid parking available for basketball games, but UTA permit holders can park for free

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Starting in the 2016-17 season, all men's home basketball games and men's/women's double-header home games will offer paid parking in the College Park garages beginning an hour and half before tip-off.

Premium parking in College Park South is $10; $8 prepaid online. Select parking is $5 (no prepaid available) in College Park Central and North garages. Maverick Club members may purchase a discounted Premium pass by contacting Danielle Sanders at danielle.sanders@uta.edu or 817-272-0694 or Kris Wood at kriswood@uta.edu or 817-272-9613.

Current UTA permit holders can park in Select or Premium lots including College Park North, Central, South, or other surface lots without paying to park. License plate recognition will be used to ensure an active permit is attached to the vehicle prior to entering garage.

Free game parking is available in lots 49 and 52 south of Mitchell Street.

The Maverick men play St. Francis at 7 p.m. today, Monday, Nov. 21, at College Park Center. Read more sports news at utamavs.com.


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Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Notification

UTA complies with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act that requires institutions of higher education to design and implement alcohol and illicit drugs programs on their campuses. In compliance with the Act, the University has adopted and implemented a program to prevent “the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees” on UTA property or as part of any University activity.

Health risks associated with drug and alcohol abuse:

University policies related to the illegal possession, use, or distribution of drugs or alcohol:

Availability of treatment for drug or alcohol problems:

EmployeesEmployee Assistance Program (EAP) is provided through UTA’s Office of Human Resources at 1-800-343-3822.

Students—Drug and alcohol counseling and referral services are available through UTA Health Services at 817-272-2771 or uta.edu/healthservices.

Internal sanctions and federal, state, and local legal penalties that may result from the illegal sale, possession, consumption, or distribution of drugs or alcohol:

For more information, contact UTA's Health Services at 817-272-2771 or uta.edu/healthservices.


Maverick Memories

Friends of the Library first meeting, Liz Carpenter

Liz Carpenter was greeted by Jenkins Garrett as the guest speaker at the first Friends of the UTA Libraries meeting on Oct. 30, 1987. Lady Bird Johnson’s former press secretary was a popular journalist and had a new book to promote (Getting Better All the Time). More than 200 people attended the program and the reception. Ninety copies of Carpenter's book were sold, and the Friends group received good press coverage. The Friends of the UTA Libraries is a membership organization committed to enhancing the resources of the UTA Libraries for the benefit of students, faculty, and the community.

Source: UTA Libraries Special Collections

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