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Directions to the Norbert Wiener Center

The Norbert Wiener Center is located in the Mathematics Building on the University of Maryland College Park campus. The Mathematics Glenn L. Martin Institute of Technology building is the only building on campus with a dome (not to be confused with the Glenn L. Martin engineering building next door), and the Norbert Wiener Center occupies the second floor of the main rotunda.


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Driving to Campus

  • From I-95/495, take exit 25 (US-1, College Park) to US-1 South
  • From the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (295), take the exit Greenbelt to MD-193 West and then US-1 South.

Parking on Campus

  • The campus has two kinds of visitor parking spots: meters (few in number and really only good for very short stays) and pay station spots. There are two nearby pay station locations, both shown in the map below in color.
    • Paint Branch Drive Visitor Lot, labeled 'P' on the map below.
    • Regents Drive Garage, near the Fieldhouse Drive entrance.
  • Weekdays after 4pm and all day Saturday and Sunday parking is free for everybody at many unrestricted lots. Double check the sign at the entrance of the parking lot!

math building parking map

College Park Metro Station to Campus

  • Take the Green Line to the College Park/Univ. of Maryland station - Map of the DC Metro System
  • From the College Park Metro station take the free Shuttle UM bus leaving from the EAST side of the Metro station (main exit). Please see the Shuttle UM bus schedules for more details.
  • You can also walk to campus from the Metro station (about .8 mile, 20 minutes). Take the underpass to the WEST side of the Metro station and walk west on College Avenue.  Following College Avenue (which becomes Regents Dr. after crossing Route 1) will take you the traffic circle with the big "M" where the Math building is located.

Airports to Campus

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)
  • Take the Metro Yellow Line in the direction of Mt. Vernon Sq./7th St.
  • At L'Enfant Plaza, Gallery Place, or Mt. Vernon Square, switch to the Green Line, which runs along the same track, in the direction of Greenbelt. 
  • Get off at the station College Park/University of Maryland.
  • Follow the directions above College Park Metro Station to Campus.
Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
  • The Metrobus line B30 departs about every 30 minutes. See the schedule and map (PDF). The bus takes you to the Greenbelt Metro. $6 fare (exact change only).
  • From there take the Green Line to the College Park/University of Maryland station. 
  • Follow the directions above College Park Metro Station to Campus.
  • SuperShuttle vans can take you to the Campus or a nearby hotel. Go to the SuperShuttle ticket counter on the lower level.
Dulles International Airport (IAD)

The opening of the new Silver Line provides the cheapest and fastest method to Campus from Dulles International Airport.

  • Take the Dulles International Airport Silver Line Express Bus from the airport to the Wiehle-Reston East Metro Station. Busses depart every 20 minutes with a $5 fare.
  • Take the Silver Line Metro Rail in the direction of Largo Town Center
  • At L'Enfant Plaza, transfer to the Green Line in the direction of Greenbelt.
  • Get off at the College Park/University of Maryland and follow the directions above College Park Metro Station to Campus.

More comfortable method, takes about 1 hour:

  • SuperShuttle vans can take you to the Campus or a nearby hotel. Go to the SuperShuttle ticket counter on the lower level.

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Norbert Wiener Center
Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
Phone: (301) 405-5158
The Norbert Wiener Center is part of the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences.