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Building 300

300-300

Building 300, Main Quad

Building 300 is located on the southeast side (Escondido Mall side) of the outer Main Quad.  From the Oval, use the ramped path to the right of the steps to reach the arcade level. Continue along the pathway heading towards Memorial Church. Once at the front of Memorial Church, turn left and continue until the end of the arcade. Turn right at the outer arcade and then right again at the corner of Building 260. Continue past Building 260 and Building 300 is located on the right.

Change from previous years

Please note that the location of this year's workshop is 300-300. In previous years, it has been held in Cordura Hall.

A map of the main quad

Searchable map

Building 300 is located on the southeast side (Escondido Mall side) of the outer Main Quad.

Parking and Transportation

The Marguerite shuttle stop is directly in front of the Main Quad on Serra Mall. Disabled parking is located at the top of the Oval on either side for closer access to the front of the Main Quad. For closer access to buildings along the back end of the Main Quad, the closest parking is available at the end of Santa Teresa Street, near Duena Street or in a small parking lot near Duena Street and Panama Mall. There is a limited amount of disabled parking located behind MemChu via Duena Street (gate access code required). Contact the Diversity and Access Office at (650) 725-0326 for details.

For more information about visitor parking, click here.

Accessible Entrance

There are two accessible entrances along Escondido Mall, with one entrance equipped with a power-operated door.  The power-operated door leads directly to a large classroom. Wheelchair access is limited to the 1st floor as there is no elevator in Building 300.

Restrooms

Wheelchair accessible single-occupancy, all-gender restrooms are located on the 1st floor.

A map showing Building 300

Accessibility map

There are two accessible entrances along Escondido Mall, with one entrance equipped with a power-operated door.