The JPL - Dixie Shaw-Tillmon 11/29/11 There are many places...

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Dixie Shaw-Tillmon 11/29/11 There are many places on campus that offer students a variety of opportunities, but the place students go the most is the JPL building. Students are going to the JPL throughout their career to work on research papers, be tutored, study, eat, and ask about financial aid. There are a lot of things to do in the JPL building but why I choose the JPL building above all of the other places is because no matter where you go, the JPL is the place that everyone goes to have a quiet place or to ask for help. In the end, the JPL building is one of the places that really stands out from all the other places on campus. Finding the JPL is easy. From the BK1 parking lot walk towards the UC building until you are by the stairs that are between MS and HSS. Go up the stairs and keep going straight. The JPL building is the middle of the food court. Keep going down the stairs, through the doors, and you have arrived. In the JPL building, people can choose from different options: Food court, financial aid, fiscal services, and the library. “Located on the first floor of the JPL building, this retail food court is made up of Chick-fil-A, Sushic-The Sushi Company, Subway, Bène Pizza, Wings, Starbucks, and Smoothie King .” ( “ J P L f o o d c o u r t ” ) . “The mission of the Fiscal Services
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course WRC 0103 taught by Professor Mrs.dixieshaw-tillmon during the Fall '11 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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