The Autonomous University of Sinaloa is one of the oldest and most prestigious educational institutions in the northwest of the country. It has contributed to the education of many generations of professionals.
Its initial facilities were located in the Central Building of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa, where many students had the opportunity to pursue their professional careers.
This iconic building of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa that brings back unforgettable memories, it is located in the Historic Center of Culiacán.
The story goes that the construction of this building was entrusted to the architect Luis F. Molina, a highly renowned architect.
It was built located on Ángel Flores Street, a few blocks from the Cathedral of Culiacán, between Vicente Riva Palacio and Teófilo Noris, in front of Rosales Square.
It’s one block away from the Parish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus “El Santuario.”
Accountability and Administration school
My school, the School of Accounting and Administration, was located on the second floor. Hundreds of students walked through its courtyards and hallways every day in a friendly and camaraderie-filled atmosphere.
Teachers and students participated in various activities in other cultural spaces of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa, which are located around Rosales Square.
At the Frida Kahlo Art Gallery, local artists showcased their artworks to us. At the House of Culture, there were drawing and painting classes, and at the University Stadium, we practiced soccer.
Sports fields of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa at University City.
The building has witnessed the passage of generations who, within its corridors and spacious interior, have forged various projects.
We proudly remember some of the many distinguished students, teachers, researchers, and graduates of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa: Eustaquio Buelna, Rafael Buelna Tenorio, Ruperto L. Paliza, Epitacio Osuna, Ramón Ponce de León, Bernardo J. Gastélum, Genaro Estrada, José Luis Ceceña Cervantes, among many others.
How this Virtual Tour was made
It was raining early that day. I remember I was returning from Altata, where I was taking some spherical photographs, and I wanted to take advantage of the soft light produced by the clouds and the interesting reflections created by the wet trees and streets.
As a university graduate, I fondly and gratefully remember the Central Building of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa, where I had the opportunity to spend the early years of my career and shared unforgettable moments with my classmates and teachers.
English translation made by Aideé Pauwells Rivera, student at PrepaTec Campus Sinaloa. Tecnológico de Monterrey