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EAPS Black & Golden 50th Jubilee


Parking Map for the B&G Jubilee

On September 21 and 22, paid visitor parking is available in the Grant Street Parking Garage (PGG).  The Northwestern Parking Garage (PGNW) does not contain spaces for visitor parking.  Two-hour parking is also available throughout campus on surrounding side streets.  After 5 p.m. and before 7 a.m., parking in all parking garages is free of charge. 

Please keep in mind that CityBus, the local bus service, does serve the campus area, as well as the ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft.  If you are parking at PGG and would rather not walk across campus, we would recommend taking the Silver Loop (13).  There are bus stops at the Purdue Memorial Union (PMU), as well as the Physics Building (PHYS) and Armstrong Hall (ARMS), both of which are very close to Hampton Hall (HAMP), where the EAPS Department is located.  See the map below for bus stops.  This bus also has a stop at the Stewart Center (STEW), which is very close to the Wilmeth Active Learning Center (WALC), the location of Thursday’s special seminar.

Purdue is currently undertaking a large construction project on State Street.  Work on State Street in the area shown in the map is scheduled to be completed by the time of the Jubilee.  However, we urge registrants to check the Purdue Physical Facilities website prior to coming, in case there are delays in the completion of the project.  For all parking information related to the Homecoming Football Game on Saturday, visit the Purdue Sports website.

This information is also available as a pdf file.

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