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Visit Our Campus

We gladly invite you to visit the American University Washington College of Law (AUWCL) campus. Located in Washington, D.C's historic Tenleytown neighborhood, our 8.5 acre campus offers students the wonderful experience of studying at one of the nation's top schools as well as living in one of the nation's most vibrant cities. Whether it's our state-of-the-art facilities or the allure of vibrant city life, AUWCL provides an experience that extends beyond our doors. Schedule a visit and see for yourself why over 1500 students proudly call our campus home.

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Information for Visitors

Washington, DC offers numerous options for lodging accommodations for those visiting from out of state. You can use the resources below to find the best lodging arrangements for your visit.

Schedule A Visit

Click here, to Schedule a visit with JD Admissions.

Click here, to schedule a visit with the LL.M. Programs.

Getting To Our Campus

Our admissions office is located at 4300 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20016

If you're in Washington, DC area and would like to visit us, we recommend one of the following travel options:

  • By Metro –Take the Red Line to Tenleytown/AU Metro Station. At the top of the first escalator bear right to take the next escalator to the street level. This will bring you to Wisconsin Avenue next to Best Buy entrance. Turn right and walk down Wisconsin Avenue, cross Albemarle Street, and walk one block to Tenley Circle. At the circle, (St. Ann’s Church on your right) take a right onto Yuma Street and the law school will on your left.

  • By Car In accordance with the university's Good Neighbor Parking Policy, visitors to the law school may not park in residential streets surrounding the campus including at parking meters.

    Parking: Admissions provides in the RSVP confirmation email an access code for a complimentary parking pass from the kiosk machines located in the garage elevator lobby. If you misplace the code or don't RSVP in advance, you can also purchase a parking pass for $2.00/hour at at the kiosk. Any car without a pass could be ticketed.

    Enter the law school garage at 4300 Nebraska Ave. NW. In the garage take an immediate left turn down the ramp to level P2.
     
  • By Uber/Taxi Please instruct the driver to drop you across from 4001 Yuma St. NW. This will bring you by the Capital Atrium entrance, then follow directions above regarding Enter the building marked Capital Atrium.

Check out our exciting Upcoming Events

May 29 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel: The Struggle for Justice in International and Domestic Jurisdictions: Is the glass half-empty or half-full? May 31 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel: The Recurrence of Sexual Violence in Conflict and Other Situations of Generalized Violence: The Legal and Political Challenges to Prevent its Commission June 06 12:30PM-1:30PM Warren Building - NT01 Health Law and Policy Program: Summer Lunch and Learn Series - Top Health Care Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities June 06 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel: The Inter-American Court of Human Rights at 40: Achievements and Challenges Ahead June 07 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel - The Colombia Peace Process: Current Challenges in Securing Justice June 12 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel - Human Rights and Human Mobility: Protecting the Vulnerable in a Time of Populism June 14 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel - Business and Human Rights: Recent Developments in this Complex Relationship June 15 12:30PM-2:00PM Warren Building - NT01 Human Rights Month 2018 Panel - Regional Human Rights Mechanisms in Times of Crisis: An Update on the Inter-American, European and African Systems July 12 8:00AM-5:00PM Washington College of Law SIEL 6th Biennial Global Conference: "International Economic Law in Unsettling Times" July 13 8:00AM-5:00PM Washington College of Law SIEL 6th Biennial Global Conference: "International Economic Law in Unsettling Times" July 14 8:00AM-5:00PM Washington College of Law SIEL 6th Biennial Global Conference: "International Economic Law in Unsettling Times"
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