Directions to USC Parking Structure A, and walking instructions to SCEC:
From the Harbor Freeway (110) South or North, exit at Exposition Blvd. Continue WEST on Exposition; turn RIGHT into Gate #1 at Watt Way. Tell the guard that you are attending a meeting at the Southern California Earthquake Center and you will be given a parking pass. Turn LEFT after the guard shack and turn right at the next intersection (McClintock). Park in Parking Structure A, which will be on your left before Downey Way. After parking, exit the building and walk EAST along Bloom Walk to Trousdale Parkway (both are wide walkways) which intersect at the Zumberge Hall of Science (formerly the Science Building). Turn LEFT and walk NORTH along the building to an arched entrance. Turn LEFT into the archway and then go UP the stairs on the RIGHT. The SCEC main office is room 169. If you have questions, please call 213-740-5843.
Directions to USC Parking Structure X, and walking instructions to SCEC:
From the Harbor Freeway (110) Exit at Exposition Blvd. (Southbound: see yellow dots on the map. Northbound: go across 37th st., past the DMV, then bear left and go under the freeway - see blue dots). Continue to Figueroa St. and turn RIGHT, then turn LEFT into USC Entrance 3 (see green dots). If you reach Jefferson you have gone too far. Once at the parking booth, tell the attendant you are attending a meeting at SCEC.
After parking, exit the building at the SOUTHWEST corner (far corner of where you drove in). Turn LEFT and then quickly RIGHT along the south side of a large open grass area (see the red stars on the map). After passing Doheny Library on your left, take the diagonal path, around a water fountain, and to a large concrete plaza. Walk past the large water fountain and down Trousdale Parkway.
Our building (Zumberge Hall) is after the construction fences, on your RIGHT. Enter the building at the corner, under the "Physics Biology" arch. The SCEC main office is room 169, the double doors down the hall to your LEFT at the top of the stairs. If you have questions, please call 213-740-5843.
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