General Directions & Parking Information

Walking

 

If walking, access may be through the Warren Building entrance, Nebraska Avenue. Take a right at the Information Desk, walk through The Commons and you will see Claudio Grossman Hall in front of you

If walking from the Metro (Red Line – Tenleytown stop), walk south on Wisconsin Avenue for a couple of blocks. Take a right onto Yuma Street at Tenley Circle and come through the Yuma entrance. Walk past the Information Desk down to the Terrace Level (there is also an elevator), take a right at the end of the hallway and Claudio Grossman Hall is in front of you

If staying at the Courtyard Marriott Hotel, come south on Wisconsin Avenue for about 2 miles. Alternatively, you can take the Metro from Friendship Heights station (2 blocks south on Wisconsin from the hotel). Cabs are also available at the hotel

If being dropped off by cab or Uber, please also use the Yuma Street Entrance

Please note that both entrances and the parking garage open at 8 am

Parking at AUWCL

 

The entrance is on 4300 Nebraska Avenue. Anyone parking should drive to the end of either P1 or P2 level, take the bank of elevators there to the right, come up to the Terrace Level, make an immediate left and Claudio Grossman Hall is in front of you. Please ensure you have entered information into the parking machines in each elevator lobby. Parking is $2 per hour, to a maximum of $16 per day. There is no charge on a Saturday.

Please ensure you have entered information into the parking machines, located in each elevator lobby, before leaving the garage as attendants are very vigilant.

Good Neighbor Parking Policy

 

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 $200.00 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: http://www.american.edu/finance/publicsafety/parking/neighbor.cfm

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