Directions & Maps

The 2017 South-Central Conference on Mesoamerica will be hosted by Tulane University. Talks will be held in Richardson Memorial Hall. The Friday Reception will be held in Dinwiddie Hall.

To learn more about these locations, you can view an interactive map of Tulane’s Uptown campus (or click here to download a pdf version).

Getting Around

Visitors can take the St. Charles streetcar line to the south end of the Tulane campus.  There is a stop in front of Dinwiddie Hall. Richardson Memorial is directly to the north of Dinwiddie Hall, with talks located on the second floor.

If you arrive by taxi, you may wish to instruct the driver to drop you off at the Cowen Circle on St Charles Avenue.

On-campus Parking

There are several on-campus parking options.

1) For Saturday or Sunday, parking on-campus is free except in permanent reserved spaces, all of which are marked as such. For weekdays, visitors may purchase a one-day parking pass from the Traffic office during business hours and from Public Safety after hours. Vehicles parked on campus must display a permit between 8am and 5:30pm, Monday through Friday.

2) Visitors may also pay to park on the ground level of the Diboll Complex or use parking meters located throughout campus. Parking permits are not required when parking in timed or metered spaces, provided the time limit (posted on each meter) is obeyed and the parking meter is not expired.

3) Free parking is available at the University Square during the day. A free shuttle will drop riders at the central part of campus. The University Square shuttle service operates Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. and runs approximately every twenty minutes. For additional parking information call 504.865.5381.

4) It is sometimes possible to find street parking in the neighborhood surrounding campus. Be aware that much of the street parking has a two hour limit (look for signs).

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