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University of Wisconsin - Madison College of Engineering

We're growing! Watch for extensive building and road construction on the engineering campus.

Coming from the North
Minneapolis, Wausau

  • South on I-90/94
  • Take US 151/E. Washington Ave. exit heading south
  • Follow E. Washington Ave. and turn right on E. Johnson St.
  • E. Johnson St. becomes E. Gorham St.
  • E. Gorham St. becomes W. Gorham St.
  • W. Gorham St. merges into University Ave.
  • Follow University Ave. and turn left onto Randall Ave.
  • Take the second right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Northeast
Green Bay, Fox River Valley

  • South on US 151
  • US 151 becomes E. Washington Ave.
  • Follow E. Washington Ave. and turn right on E. Johnson St.
  • E. Johnson St. becomes E. Gorham St.
  • E. Gorham St. becomes W. Gorham St.
  • W. Gorham St. merges into University Ave.
  • Follow University Ave. and turn left onto Randall Ave.
  • Take the second right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the East
Milwaukee

  • West on I-94
  • I-94 becomes state highway 30
  • Follow WI 30 and take the E. Washington Ave. exit
  • Follow E. Washington Ave. and turn right on E. Johnson St.
  • E. Johnson St. becomes E. Gorham St.
  • E. Gorham St. becomes W. Gorham St.
  • W. Gorham St. merges into University Ave.
  • Follow University Ave. and turn left onto Randall Ave.
  • Take the second right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Southeast
Chicago, Rockford, Janesville, Beloit

  • North on I-90
  • Take US 12/18 exit (US 12/18 is also called the Beltline)
  • Exit onto Park St. north
  • Follow Park St. and turn left onto Regent St.
  • Follow Regent St. and turn right onto Randall Ave.
  • Follow Randall Ave. and turn left onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the South
Oregon, Beltline

  • On US 12/18 Beltline
  • Exit onto Park St. north
  • Follow Park St. and turn left onto Regent St.
  • Follow Regent St. and turn right onto Randall Ave.
  • Follow Randall Ave. and turn left onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Southwest
Dubuque

  • North on US 18/151
  • Continue past beltline onto Midvale Blvd.
  • Take right onto Nakoma Rd.
  • Nakoma Rd. merges into Monroe St.
  • Monroe St. merges into Randall Ave.
  • Follow Randall Ave. and turn left onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the West
La Crosse, Middleton

  • East on US 14
  • US 14 becomes University Ave.
  • Follow University Ave. and continue on Campus Dr.
  • Follow Campus Dr. and turn right onto Randall Ave.
  • Follow Randall Ave. and take first right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Northwest
Wisconsin Dells

  • South on US 12
  • Take University Ave. exit east
  • Follow University Ave. and continue on Campus Dr.
  • Follow Campus Dr. and turn right onto Randall Ave.
  • Follow Randall Ave. and take first right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Dane County Regional Airport

  • Take International Ln. out of terminal
  • Turn left onto Packers Ave.
  • Packers Ave. will merge into E. Johnson St.
  • E. Johnson St. becomes E. Gorham St.
  • E. Gorham St. becomes W. Gorham St.
  • W. Gorham St. merges into University Ave.
  • Follow University Ave. and turn left onto Randall Ave.
  • Take the second right onto Engineering Dr.

Entering the Engineering CampusPhoto of Máquina sculpture fountain.

  • Parking in Lot 17 — Straight ahead. Turn left to the attendant's booth.
  • Engineering Centers Building — the glass entry is straight ahead.
  • Engineering Hall — on your left: the building with silver pillars directly across from the fountain
  • Computer-aided Engineering — on your right: a two-story building at the corner of Randall Ave. and Engineering Dr.
  • Engineering Research Building — on your right: just past Computer-aided Engineering and the fountain.
  • Materials Science and Engineering — on your right: just behind (north) of the Engineering Research Building.
  • Mechanical and Industrial Engineering — on your right: just past the Engineering Research Building.

Visitor Parking

  • Parking in most lots requires a permit.
  • The university's Campus Map shows parking and building locations.
  • Lot 17 on the engineering campus is booth staffed. Daily and hourly rates are available for visitors.
  • Visit the university's Visitor Parking page for more information.