In the SDSU campus iPhone application (SCiPA), I utilized the immensely popular iPhone platform to implement an interactive map of San Diego State University's campus. I have designed this application to be used in a couple of modes. Users have the convenience of using the services of the popular Google Maps, if an active Internet connection is available. Otherwise, through a 'Static Map' feature, a user can access a detailed map of our campus. This map is proprietary to SDSU and provides much more detail than is available through Google maps. The application has been designed to provide an intuitive and clear user interface. Various campus landmarks can be searched by entering their name or by selecting from a list. Upon selection, detailed information for the selected landmark is made available to the users through a separate display. Among others, the information display provides an image of the landmark to facilitate visual identification and accessibility details. From this point onwards, the location of the landmark can be seen either through Google maps or the proprietary static map. Both maps are designed to pan to the landmark and delineate it with symbolic identification. A large university like SDSU has a multitude of people who are new and unfamiliar with the campus (freshman, new faculty, visitors etc.). I hope that the personalized, friendly and accurate facility provided by our application will be useful to them to find places in our campus.