AT THE CENTER
Matthew Scherer on 9/11, the Financial Crisis, and Climate Change as Conversion Events (Full Screen)
CENTER NEWSMay 23, 2013
Faith Leaders Helping Heal US-Pakistan Relations
May 22, 2013
Evidence Does Not Support Fears of Islam in the West
May 21, 2013
Tom Farr Quoted on Religious Freedom and Extremism by FrontPage Magazine
May 21, 2013
Tim Shah Featured in Deseret News Story on State Department Religious Freedom Report
May 21, 2013
Sin, Corruption and What Religions Can Do About It
May 20, 2013
Tom Farr's Presentation at the Common Word Conference on April 24
May 20, 2013
Roger Trigg Explores the Links between Philosophy of Religion and Religious Marginalization
May 20, 2013
Roger Trigg's Address to the Iona Institute Conference on "What We Owe Christianity"
May 16, 2013
Junior Year Abroad Network Annual Report
May 10, 2013
The Faith of the Novelist
May 7, 2013
Providing Relief by Need, not Creed
May 2, 2013
Article by Roger Trigg Claims Religious Freedom is Not Just Special Pleading
April 29, 2013
Timothy Shah Presents Paper on Religious Freedom, Democratization, and Economic Development
April 29, 2013
New Video: Tom Farr Addresses Religious Freedom and Terrorism with EWTN's Raymond Arroyo
April 29, 2013
The Terrorists Next Door?
Directions to the Center
BERKLEY CENTER for Religion, Peace & World Affairs
3307 M Street, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20007
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Georgetown University Campus Map and Parking Information
Parking at the Berkley Center
Street parking in Georgetown is limited and available for two hours without a residential parking permit. Metered spaces are available on M Street. There is a parking garage on Bank Street (located between 33rd and 34th Streets, and only a few steps from the Berkley Center), which has daily parking spaces available at the following rates:
One hour rate: $7.00
Over one hour to all day rate: $15.00
From VA: Cross the Key Bridge and turn right onto M Street NW. Turn left onto Bank Alley (this is not a protected left turn) and the parking garage is on the right. Take the elevator to the first floor and have the security guard take you to the second floor.
From MD: Drive south on Wisconsin Avenue and turn right onto M Street, NW. Cross over 33rd street and turn right onto Bank Alley. The parking garage will be on the right. Take the elevator to the first floor and have the security guard take you to the second floor.
Getting to the Berkley Center via Public Transportation
Metro: Take the Blue/Orange line to Rosslyn station. At the station entrance, take the 38B metrobus toward Farragut Square. You can also turn left and walk one block to the DC Circulator bus. The 38B departs Rosslyn approximately every 10-20 minutes during the week (full schedule available here) while the Circulator leaves roughly every 10 minutes (estimated arrival times available here). For both buses, exit at 34th Street, cross to the north side of M Street and walk to 3307 M Street (between 34th and 33rd Streets). Ask the security guard to take you to the second floor. The entrance to the Berkley Center is located directly next to CB2.
We are also approximately a 15-minute walk from the Rosslyn metro station. Simply exit the metro station, turn left for half a block then right on 19th Street; one block later, turn left on N Lynn Street, and take the sidewalk across the Key Bridge. When you reach M Street, cross to the north side and walk to 3307 (between 34th and 33rd Streets).
Parking at Georgetown
Street parking around campus is limited and strictly monitored. Most streets require a Zone 2 residential permit issued by the District of Columbia for parking for longer than two hours. A limited number of metered spaces are available on Reservoir Road, 37th Street and Prospect Street.
A limited number of daily parking spaces are available in the Southwest Garage and can be reached by entering campus from Canal Road, via M Street:
From DC: Drive west on M Street, which becomes Canal Road after the Key Bridge. Turn right at the sign for Georgetown University, and enter the garage on the right.
From VA: Cross the Key Bridge and turn left onto M Street, which becomes Canal Road. Turn right at the sign for Georgetown University, and enter the garage on the right.
From MD: Drive south on Wisconsin Avenue and turn right onto M Street. Drive past the Key Bridge, where M Street becomes Canal Road. Turn right at the sign for Georgetown University, and enter the garage on the right.
Hourly Parking Rate $3.00
Daily Parking Rate $20.00
Daily Parking Rate (after 3pm) $12.00
Getting to Georgetown via Public Transportation
Georgetown University runs shuttles to both the Rosslyn (Blue/Orange line) and Dupont Circle (Red line) metro stations:
Rosslyn: Exiting the station, turn left and walk one block to the GUTS stop - a shared stop with the DC Circulator. On campus, the GUTS stop is at the end of Library Walk near the Southwest Garage.
Dupont Circle: At the Q St exit, turn left and walk 1 block down 20th street to the GUTS stop at the corner of 20th St NW and Massachusetts Ave NW. On campus, the GUTS bus stop is on the north side of the Kober Cogan building, past the bridge to the Leavey Center and across from Henle Village.
Georgetown University is also a 20-25 minute walk from Rosslyn station. Simply exit the metro station, turn left for half a block then right on 19th Street; one block later, turn left on N Lynn Street, and take the sidewalk across the Key Bridge. When you reach M Street, cross to the north side and continue 3 blocks up 34rd St NW. Turn left at O Street NW and walk 4 blocks to the main gates.
Directions to Copley Hall
From Southwest Garage: Walk uphill on Library Walk toward the main gates of the University, located at 37th and O Streets. Turn left at Healy Hall (the large gothic building located directly across from the front gates) and continue down the sidewalk past the statue and toward Copley Hall, the building located immediately to the left. The entrance to Copley Formal Lounge is at the far end of the building and up a small staircase, adjacent to Red Square, an open brick plaza.
From Main Gates: Follow the diagonal sidewalk across the front lawn. The entrance to Copley Formal Lounge is located at the end of the walkway on the left-hand side. There is a small staircase leading up to the door on the side of Copley Hall, directly adjacent to Red Square, an open brick plaza.
Directions to Hariri Building (including Fisher Colloquium and Lohrfink Auditorium)
From Southwest Garage: Exit Southwest Garage and walk up the hill to the left of the football field. The Hariri Building is at the far end of the field. Turn right and walk in the main door to Hariri.
From Main Gates: Follow the diagonal sidewalk across the Front Lawn. Walk through Red Square, an open brick plaza, and up a short flight of stairs. Continue to walk straight ahead, passing Reiss Science Building, and proceed up the stairs to the Leavey Center on the left. From the doors of the Leavey Center, walk to the left, past the Uncommon Grounds coffee shop, and through Sellinger Lounge. Turn right and enter the double doors. Near the end of the hall, walk through the door located to the left and across the patio into the 2nd floor of the Hariri Building. Fisher Colloquium is located in the center of the building on the 4th floor. Lohrfink Auditorium is located on the 2rd floor, to the far left of the patio entrance.
Directions to Riggs Library
From Southwest Garage: Exit Southwest Garage and walk uphill on Library Walk toward the main gates of the University. Turn left towards Healy Hall as you approach Lauinger Library. Enter Healy Hall through the first entrance on the left side of the building. Go up a short flight of stairs and turn left to find the elevator. Take the elevator to the third floor and turn right to reach Riggs.
From Main Gates: Walk straight ahead and enter Healy Hall. Turn left and go to the end of the hall. Turn right for the elevator and take the elevator to the third floor. Turn right to reach Riggs. Alternatively, take the stairs at the end of the hallway to the third floor.
Directions to ICC Auditorium
From Southwest Garage: Exit Southwest Garage and walk uphill on Library Walk. Turn left at Healy Hall and follow the path until you reach Red Square, an open brick plaza. Enter the Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC), the red brick building in the middle of the square, and walk to the end of the galleria. Walk down the stairs to the right to reach the auditorium. There are also elevators located in the back of the galleria and to the immediate left of the front doors to the building. The auditorium is located on the second floor.
From Main Gates: Follow the diagonal path to the right until you reach Red Square. Enter the Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC), the red brick building in the middle of the square, and walk to the end of the galleria. Walk down the stairs to the right to reach the auditorium.
More Information on Transportation
For more information on alternative transportation to Georgetown's campus, disability parking, and directions to campus, please see the webpage for the Office of Transportation Management (OTM).