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Campus Map


ARO Dept. Office Location


Driving Directions

From the San Bernardino Freeway (Interstate 10):
Take Kellogg Drive (Exit 42) which exits onto campus and is located just west of the intersectionof the 57 and 210 freeways. Turn onto Kellogg Drive at the bottom of the off-ramp. Go straight ahead at the first stop sign. Stay on Kellogg Drive past the second stop sign and turn right into the Visitors Information Center. Parking passes are available at the booth for Lot D, or there are metered parking spaces. The Aerospace Engineering Department is located on the second floor of Building 17.

From the Foothill Freeway (Route 210):
Follow the freeway until it becomes Route 57 (south). Take the first exit past the interchange, Temple Avenue. Turn right (west) at the exit and proceed down the hill, over the railroad tracks and across Valley Boulevard. Turn right at the first signal onto South Campus Drive. Turn left at the first signal onto Kellogg Drive, proceed past a parking lot and then turn left into the Visitors Information Center. (If you reach the stop sign at Red Gum Lane before you spot the Visitors Information Center you have gone a bit too far. Turn around.) Parking passes are available at the booth for Lot D, or there are metered parking spaces. The Aerospace Engineering Department is located on the second floor of Building 17.

From the Orange Freeway (Route 57):
Stay on Route 57 as it joins with the 60 Freeway east. Stay in the right lanes following Route 57 as it continues north. Take the first exit, which is Temple Avenue. Turn left (west) at the exit and proceed down the hill, over the railroad tracks and across Valley Boulevard. Turn right at the first signal onto South Campus Drive. Turn left at the first signal onto Kellogg Drive, proceed past a parking lot and then turn left into the Visitors Information Center. (If you reach the stop sign at Red Gum Lane before you spot the Visitors Information Center you have gone a bit too far. Turn around.) Parking passes are available at the booth for Lot D, or there are metered parking spaces. The Aerospace Engineering Department is located on the second floor of Building 17.

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