The Campus Master Plan has now delivered multiple projects in locations across campus, providing state-of-the-art facilities for teaching and learning, sports, housing and UTS ceremonies. Students and staff are enjoying many of these spaces right now.
A Sydney icon thanks to its distinctive Frank Gehry design, the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is home to the UTS Business School Building and opened for teaching in 2015.
The new home to the Faculty of Engineering and IT opened in 2014, providing a dramatic new gateway to UTS’s City Campus. It features the UTS Data Arena, a 360-degree interactive data visualisation facility.
Establishing a new science and health precinct at the centre of the UTS campus, this building was accommodates UTS's first 220-seat Super Lab. The building opened for teaching in 2015.
The transformation of Alumni Green into a vibrant, tree-lined oasis in the heart of the UTS campus was completed in 2014.
The state-of-the-art Library Retrieval System, completed in 2014, allows UTS to manage the storage and retrieval of lesser-used items so the Library’s physical collection can continue to grow.
The first major upgrades to the Tower since it opened in 1979 included replacement of the building's lifts – part of the Tower Core Upgrade – as well as the refurbishment of many floors to accommodate professional staff.
The first project completed under the Campus Master Plan, the Ross Milbourne Sports Hall is an underground sports hub at the heart of UTS, which opened in 2011.
Opened in 2011, Yura Mudang is a 720-bed residential tower for UTS students, rising above Building 6. It features state-of-the-art apartments, a roof-top terrace, and extensive communal facilities.