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Parking at HCIL

Directions from Baltimore Ave (US Route 1):
From Route 1 turn onto Campus Drive. Follow Campus Drive until the traffic circle around the M. Take the first right off of the traffic circle onto Regents Drive. Take the next left onto Field House Drive. Regents Drive Garage will be on your right.

There is visitor parking on your right when you enter the garage. Remember your parking space number (you need it to pay when you park, and later to add more time if needed). Parking is $3.00/hr ($15/day maximum on weekdays.) (Warning: The parking pay machines are fairly poorly designed, and it is easier to pay with a credit card.)

Allow yourself 5+ minutes to walk to Hornbake Bldg. Walk back along Field House Drive, making the right on Regents Drive. Turn right onto Campus Drive at the traffic circle. Hornbake Building (classroom wing) will be the second building on your right. After taking the elevator to the 2nd floor, walk through the large glass doors. The lab and offices will be to the right.

If the visitor parking spaces in Regents Drive Garage are full, you can use the Union Lane Garage. Exit Regents Drive Garage the way you came in by turning left on Field House Drive. Make your first right onto Regents Drive. Then turn right again onto Campus Drive. Drive up the hill past the Student Union, and turn right onto Union Lane. Take your 1st left into the Union Lane Parking Garage.

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