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Coming from the North
Minneapolis, Wausau

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

Coming from the Northeast
Green Bay, Fox River Valley

  1. South on US 151
  2. US 151 becomes E. Washington Ave.
  3. Follow E. Washington Ave. and turn right on E. Johnson St.
  4. E. Johnson St. becomes E. Gorham St.
  5. E. Gorham St. becomes W. Gorham St.
  6. W. Gorham St. merges into University Ave.
  7. Follow University Ave. and turn left onto Randall Ave.
  8. Take the second right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the East
Milwaukee

  1. West on I-94
  2. I-94 becomes state highway 30
  3. Follow WI 30 and take the E. Washington Ave. exit
  4. Follow E. Washington Ave. and turn right on E. Johnson St.
  5. E. Johnson St. becomes E. Gorham St.
  6. E. Gorham St. becomes W. Gorham St.
  7. W. Gorham St. merges into University Ave.
  8. Follow University Ave. and turn left onto Randall Ave.
  9. Take the second right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Southeast
Chicago, Rockford, Janesville, Beloit

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

Coming from the South
Oregon, Beltline

  1. On US 12/18 Beltline
  2. Exit onto Park St. north
  3. Follow Park St. and turn left onto Regent St.
  4. Follow Regent St. and turn right onto Randall Ave.
  5. Follow Randall Ave. and turn left onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Southwest
Dubuque

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

Coming from the West
La Crosse, Middleton

  1. East on US 14
  2. US 14 becomes University Ave.
  3. Follow University Ave. and continue on Campus Dr.
  4. Follow Campus Dr. and turn right onto Randall Ave.
  5. Follow Randall Ave. and take first right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Northwest
Wisconsin Dells

  1. South on US 12
  2. Take University Ave. exit east
  3. Follow University Ave. and continue on Campus Dr.
  4. Follow Campus Dr. and turn right onto Randall Ave.
  5. Follow Randall Ave. and take first right onto Engineering Dr.

Coming from the Dane County Regional Airport

  1. Take International Ln. out of terminal
  2. Turn left onto Packers Ave.
  3. Packers Ave. will merge into E. Johnson St.
  4. E. Johnson St. becomes E. Gorham St.
  5. E. Gorham St. becomes W. Gorham St.
  6. W. Gorham St. merges into University Ave.
  7. Follow University Ave. and turn left onto Randall Ave.
  8. Take the second right onto Engineering Dr.

Entering the Engineering Campus

  • 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.
Máquina sculpture fountain

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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.

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Date last modified: 15-Jan-2014
Date created: 10-Nov-1998