The neighborhood of West University in Austin, Texas, is located to the west of the University of Texas' campus. Its borders are made by Guadalupe and West 38th streets, and West Martin Luther King Jr. and North Lamar boulevards.
West University is one of the most walkable neighborhoods in the city. It's just minutes from downtown and the University of Texas at Austin.
The Caswell Tennis Center is a great place in the neighborhood to play a match or take tennis lesson. There are eight lit courts open to the public through reservations. You can opt to take adult lessons or sign the kids up for junior lessons or summer camps through the center to help them perfect their swing. Camps include on drills and technique-mastery while adult classes are available for novice and advanced-novice players.
The Texas Federation of Women's Club Mansion is in the West University neighborhood. The Texas Federation of Women's Club works to bring together other women's clubs to study literature, current world events and to raise funds for charitable activities. The building has been open since 1931 and is a favorite among locals. The historic structure was designed for celebrations and the Grand Ballroom is one of the largest of its kind in the state.
Learning facilities in West University include St. Austin Catholic School, Child Craft Schools, House of Tutors, Austin Language Learning School and the International High School Outreach Program.