Hotels & Accommodation   

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Metrobus or Metrorail Service

Washington's Metrorail system opens at 5am on weekdays, 7am on Saturday, and 8am on Sunday, closing at 11:30pm Monday through Thursday, 1am on Friday and Saturday, and 11pm on Sunday. The closest Metro stop to The American University is Tenleytown/AU on the Red Line. Public Metro buses run on regular schedules from several areas around DC and Maryland. Metro can give you information on specific routes and timetables for its buses and subways. Call its information service at (202) 637-7000 or visit the website of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.

The Washington College of Law campus is located one block (0.3 miles) east of the Tenleytown-AU Metro station. From the Metro station, walk east on Wisconsin Avenue one block to Tenley Circle, turn right onto Tenley Circle, and right again at Nebraska Ave. The pedestrian entrance will be on the right. Enter through the Warren Building entrance.

From the Tenleytown/AU Metro stop you can also take the American University Shuttle for trips between Tenleytown, WCL and main campus. Board the AU shuttle at Tenleytown Metro stop. Tenley Campus is the 1st shuttle stop. Enter through the Warren Building pedestrian entrance located directly in front of the AU shuttle stop. See the shuttle tracker for live bus information, or the shuttle schedule for operating hours and frequency. For more information please call (202) 885-3302.

Taxi/Uber Information

When taking a taxi or ride-share service to the law school, please instruct the driver to drop you across from 4001 Yuma St. NW. and enter the building through the Capital Atrium or Yuma entrances.

Parking Information and Regulations

The cost for parking is $2 per hour, $16 full day and the entrance is on 4300 Nebraska Avenue NW. For more information on parking please contact the Facilities office at 202-274-4357.

As a reminder, American University’s Good Neighbor Parking Policy remains in effect for all faculty, staff, students, contractors and visitors. Parking is prohibited on all neighborhood streets, including at parking meters, while attending class, working or visiting any university property. University-affiliated vehicles parked on neighborhood streets are subject to a $100.00 fine. The Good Neighbor Policy was developed to comply with D.C. Zoning Commission orders. The university must comply with the requirements detailed in these orders as a condition of its Campus Plan, which authorizes the university to build important new facilities critical to our mission and strategic goals. Every member of the AU community plays a role in meeting these requirements through their personal responsibility and actions. The Good Neighbor Parking Policy is available at: