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Employee Spotlight –
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Ginger Unegbu

Events Calendar


Textbook Rental Program a Great Success

Cougar Card
Cougar Card offers New Mobile Service

Executive Chef Brent Gorman takes on an Apprentice for a Day

New Food Safety Specialist joins UH Team

Smoothie King gets a Makeover

Starbucks offers Bigger Drink Size

Mileage Rate Change

HUB Statistics

More Discounts from Today’s Business Solutions

Green UH
Campus Community Garden Gives Back

New Sustainability Course offered in Spring

UH goes Green with new Trash Bins

Fruit Trees: The Original Multi-Taskers

Parking and Transportation
New Bike Racks Installed

Plant Operations
Campus Landscape Improvements Continue

Policies and Procedures-
As the UH Policies and Procedures World Turns…

Public Safety-
Mothers Against Drunk Driving Event

Officers attend Additional Duty Safety Officer training

DPS Donates Bicycles to UH Auxiliary Services

Lost and Found Goes

Annual DPS Chili Cook Off

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Parking and Transportation Services has begun installation of almost 20 new bike racks at various locations across campus. The new racks will provide an additional 128 spaces for bicycle parking.

“As the number of residents on-campus has increased, and with more people taking advantage of the bike racks on METRO, we’ve seen a spike in the number of bikes on campus,” explained Paul Lozano, Assistant Director of Operations for Parking and Transportation Services. “Once this installation is complete, bike riders will have an additional 19 racks in 10 different locations where they can secure their bikes.”

These racks are the first of multiple phases of bike racks to be installed across campus. Beginning in the spring semester, PTS will examine additional areas needing increased bike rack capacity. “We have received feedback from the campus asking for racks in additional areas of campus. We will work on placing racks in the areas of highest demand,” explained Lozano.

For more information on the location of the new bike racks, or for other Green Commuting options, visit the Parking and Transportation website at