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Georgetown Campus Map
- Many buildings and place names mentioned below can be found on the Georgetown campus map.
- Off campus: Parking near and around the Georgetown campus can be problematic, especially on weekdays. Street parking around campus is severely limited and strictly enforced by DC police. Most streets require a DC residential permit for parking longer than two hours. A limited number of metered spaces are available on Reservoir Road, 37th Street, and Prospect Street, which allow parking for 3 hours at a time.
- On campus: Visitor parking spaces are available in the Georgetown Southwest Garage, for a flat rate of $20 per day. To reach this garage, you must take the Canal Road entrance to Georgetown University (see campus map at http://explore.georgetown.edu/maps/), then take the garage entrance on your right-hand side, halfway up the hill. Follow the ‘Elevator’ signs inside the garage to exit the garage on foot (elevator exits are located in Kennedy Hall and O’Donovan Hall).
- On weekends (Saturday and Sunday), the Southwest parking garage is open to visitors free of charge.
- In the Intercultural Center (ICC), our conference venue, there are a few publicly accessible Macs located in the hallway on the first and second floor.
- There are also a few Macs located in the Sellinger Lounge of the Leavey Center (outside the Uncommon Grounds coffee shop).
- Lauinger Library has Internet facilities on the first floor (Gelardin New Media Center) and the third floor (lobby). You must present an ID (e.g. driver’s license or passport) to enter the Library.
- For networks offering campus-wide internet connectivity, please see Georgetown Internet Access.
Photocopying and Printing
- On campus: Lauinger Library has self-service copiers and printers (these require that you purchase a copy card). There is also a color copier on the first floor, in the Gelardin New Media Center. For more information, please visit http://www.library.georgetown.edu/photocopy-and-print. For operating hours for the Library see: http://www.library.georgetown.edu/geninfo/hours.htm.
- Off campus: There is a Fedex Kinko store at 3329 M Street (on M Street between 33rd and 34th Street) where you can print and make copies. For general information see http://www.kinkos.com.
- On campus: Epicurean and Company offers a variety of sit-down dining choices, from sushi to pizza to salads. They also have a full bar. Please see their comprehensive website here. Hoya Court at the Leavey Center, nearly adjacent to the conference venue, features Cosi, Starbucks, Subway, Elevation Burger, and Salad Creations. See more here.
- Very close to campus: Wisemiller’s on 36th Street (1 block from the Georgetown University main gate) offers bagels, hot and cold sandwiches, coffee, snacks, and small groceries — there is no sit-down dining. Saxby’s at the corner of 35th and O Streets (2 blocks from campus) has cold sandwiches and salads as well as pastries and coffee. Booeymonger (3265 Prospect Street – about 5 blocks from campus) sells sandwiches salads, and coffee. The Tombs on 36th Street (1 block from the university main gates) is a classic meeting spot for Georgetown University students and faculty for casual dining.
- Off campus: Georgetown is one of DC’s main dining spots. A short walk down M Street, Prospect Street, or Wisconsin Avenue will take you to many restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines. Please see the Georetown buisness district website for comprehensive information on dining (and shopping) in the Georgetown area or consult Yelp! on what is good around here.
- While Georgetown is in general a safe area, Campus Security recommends that you not walk alone in unlighted areas at night. To reach the Georgetown University Department of Public Safety (DOPS): dial 202-687-4343. For on-campus emergencies, dial 202-687-HELP. US Emergency phone number: dial 911
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