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Emerson Center is located at E509 Emerson Hall. The street address is 1521 Dickey Dr. (used to be Pierce Dr.), Atlanta, GA 30322. It is identified as Building #2041 on the Emory Campus Map.

Dobb University Center (DUC) is marked #1010 on the map. It is adjacent to Cox Hall to the north and PE center to the west. Car traffic is blocked on Ashbury Circle, thus we encourage visitors to park on the surface parking lot (Peavine Lot) on Dickey Dr. (just west of the athletic fields, #1402). Visitor's parking is also available at Emory Hospital at Clifton/Lowergate, see building #3250 on the map. The entrance to Harland Cinema Hall is most convenient from the East side of the DUC building, off Means St, where a registration desk will be set up. Entering DUC from the West side (at Asbury Cir.) will require some navigating through the halls and going up one level to the auditorium. Signs with directions will be posted to help visitors orient in the DUC.

White Hall is located at 301 Dowman Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322. The building is next to Emerson Hall from the Emerson Hall's Dowman Drive entrance. It is identified as building #1380 on the Emory Campus Map.

Atwood Hall (Chemistry Department) is adjacent to Emerson Hall and the street address is 1515 Dickey Drive, Atlanta, GA 30322. Atwood Hall is identified as building #2040 on the Emory Campus Map.

Math & Computer Science building is located accross Atwood Hall on Dowman Drive and marked as building 1131 on the map.

If you are coming from Interstate 85 (I-85) going south, please get off at Clairmont Road (exit 91) and turn left at the light onto Clairmont Road. Drive about 3 miles until you see North Decatur Road and turn right onto N. Decatur. Drive about 1 mile and pass Clifton Road, the next major intersection is the main entrance to Emory University, which is a fork shaped/5-street intersection. Take your closest right from N. Decatur, which is Dowman Drive., and you are entering Emory Campus. The third building you see on your right is Atwood Hall (tall, concrete building), and connected by a walking passage to Atwood Hall is Emerson Hall, with red-tiled roofs. Dowman Drive connects to Dickey Drive at the bottom of the hill as it winds toward the back of the Chemistry Buildings. You should turn right onto Dickey Drive and make a left at Fraternity Row. Peavine Visitor Parking lot should be on your left immediately after the turn.

If you are coming from Interstate 85 (I-85) going north, please exit at North Druid Hills Road (Exit 89). Take a right at the exit onto N. Druid Hills and drive half a mile to Briarcliff Road and turn right. Follow Briarcliff until you see Clifton Road (approximately 2 miles; you should pass the intersection for Lavista Road first.) Turn Left onto Clifton Road and you will be entering the Emory Campus. Drive through campus until you see N. Decatur Road and turn right onto N. Decatur. You should see a fork-shaped intersection in less than 1/2 mile. Take your closest right from N. Decatur, which is Dowman Dr., and you are entering Emory Campus. The third building you see on your right is Atwood Hall (tall, concrete building), and connected by a walking passage to Atwood Hall is Emerson Hall, with red-tiled roofs. Dowman Drive connects to Dickey Drive at the bottom of the hill as it winds toward the back of the Chemistry Buildings. You should turn right onto Dickey Drive and make a left at Fraternity Row. Peavine Visitor Parking lot should be on your left immediately after the turn.

If you are coming in from Interstate 75, Interstate 20 or Georgia Highway 400, the easiest thing is to change to I-85 north at downtown Atlanta and follow directions above. Otherwise, you can follow the driving directions on the Emory University website and then refer to the attached Emory Campus Map for how to get to Emerson Center/Chemistry Department.

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