The University of Central Florida
12601 Aquarius Agora Dr.
Orlando, FL 32816-0066
Phone: (407) 823-3544
Fax: (407) 823-2355
Monday through Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm
Classroom Building 1, Room 207
Printable driving directions
From University Drive, turn left (north) on Alafaya Trail (aka SR 434). Turn right on Gemini Boulevard, which is at the second stoplight (there's a BP gas station nearby) and follow this curved road around to Parking Garage H on the right. Turn into it through either entrance, park anywhere, but obtain a parking permit from the automated vending machines located on each level. It's $5 for an all-day pass. Return it to your windshield before you head for our building.
We are in room 207 of Classroom Building One, which is located immediately south of Parking Garage H and Classroom Building Two and immediately north of the Student Union. If you park in Parking Garage D, you'll head away from the street you were just driving on, exiting the parking structure toward a large grass field. Two buildings loom in front of you. Directly ahead (maybe slightly to the left) is the College of Health and Public Affairs. More to the right is the Classroom I building, where we are on the second floor in room 207.
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