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Directions and Parking

Ely Meyerson Continuing Education Hall
777 Glades Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33431
Phone: 561-297-3171 or 561-297-3185
Fax: 561-297-3481or 561-297-1028

Directions

From I-95 Northbound or Southbound: Exit at Glades Road and go east. FAU's Boca Raton Campus is approximately 1/2 mile on the left. Enter the campus at the main entrance (West University Dr. Entrance) and proceed to the left while staying on West University Dr. The Ely Meyerson Continuing Education Hall (Bldg. #31D) is located to the right of the first traffic light and Parking Lot 12 is located to the left of that traffic light.


From the Florida Turnpike: Exit at Glades Road and go east approximately 4 miles. The entrance to FAU will be on the left, approximately 1/2 mile east of I-95. Enter the campus at the main entrance (West University Dr. Entrance) and proceed to the left while staying on West University Dr. The Ely Meyerson Continuing Education Hall (Bldg. #31D) is located to the right of the first traffic light and Parking Lot 12 is located to the left of that traffic light.


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Parking Information

Regardless of whether you are attending a multi-week series, a one-time event, or purchasing a guest pass, the Lifelong Learning Society has included the cost of parking in your ticket price. However, you must register your license plate and state of registration with the Lifelong Learning Society. Even if you are attending only one lecture, you must note your license plate and state of registration a give the information to a staff member in the lobby. Failure to have your license plate and state of registration on file with the Lifelong Learning Society will result in a parking citation.

All lecture series attendees are required to park in COMMUTER SECTIONS ONLY (Identified as Blue Lots.) DO NOT PARK IN A RED DESIGNATED SECTION. FAU parking rules are in effect twenty-four hours, every day of the year.

Disabled tags allow you to use disabled spaces, but you still must register your license plate
and state of registration
with the Lifelong Learning Society.

Pay stations and meters are reserved for visitors only, not LLS patrons.

Vehicles are required to park “nose-in” in parking spaces. Backing in or pulling through spaces is not permitted when parking a vehicle.

In order to secure parking, which at times may be difficult, you are encouraged to arrive at your lecture or event at least one-half hour prior to starting time.

Parking lots: (see map)

  • Lot 12 is the lot designated for parking for the occasional courtesy shuttle bus to/ from the Friedberg Auditorium. As a convenience and service to our patrons, door-to- door shuttle service is provided on certain days at specified hours, depending on enrollments. The schedule of shuttle service is available in the Gilman Lobby of the Friedberg Auditorium or on the LLS website at www.fau.edu/lls, under "Shuttle Service Schedule."

    To get to Lot 12: From the main FAU entrance on Glades Road go past Lot 15 and the Friedberg Auditorium. At the 2nd light (Volusia St.), there is signage for Lot 12. Make a left turn and follow signs to Lot 12. From the Spanish River Blvd. entrance, make a right-hand turn at the football stadium stoplight. After going through the next stop light, there is signage for Lot 12 on the right, make a right turn at Volusia Street, go to the end past the gym. Signage for Lot 12 will be ahead.

  • Lot 15 - across from the Friedberg Auditorium, if space is available.
  • Lot 16 - south of the Friedberg Auditorium, if space is available.
  • Garage 1 - on Volusia Street, if space is available.
  • Lot 10 - north of lot 15, if space is available.

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