DST4L 3 Facilities Information

Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (Phillips Auditorium)

Behind the Phillips Auditorium, located in the courtyard, is a ramp for wheelchair access. The auditorium requires additional outlets. Wireless access is available. Seating capacity is listed at 110.

Parking: On Saturday/Sunday, parking is not enforced by HU. There is ample parking located at 60 Garden Street, and spots are located next to Phillips Auditorium. To pay for “Observatory Lot Weekdays” Monday – Friday parking, visit the Harvard University Parking Permits Online Purchase System.  Weekday permits are $15.00/day.

Bathrooms: Gender neutral bathrooms are available (upstairs) and an accessible, gender neutral bathroom right next to the auditorium.

Food: For full day events at Phillips Auditorium, catering will be available via Crimson Catering.

*Contact Chris Erdmann if you need further assistance.

Harvard Business School (Aldrich/Cumnock)

The Aldrich/Cumnock classrooms have outlets, wireless and good sight lines. There will be plenty of space. The rooms seat different capacities with the smallest having a capacity of 75 (note, 40 participants will be allowed into the course).

Bathrooms: Many bathroom options. Aldrich/Cumnock have accessible bathrooms and there are 1-person bathrooms in the Spangler building next door.

Elevators: Both Aldrich and Cumnock have elevators.

Food: Aldrich has vending machines in the tunnel level. Spangler (HBS’s cafeteria) has not posted their fall semester hours but it is open until 7pm on weekdays and on Saturday for coffee/food options.

Parking: HBS has a lot which is the domain of HU parking services so it is a pay to park lot but there is usually room. The iLab parking lot is metered parking which is an option and there is very limited street parking on Western Ave. as well as N. Harvard St.

*Contact Barbara Esty if you need further assistance.

Lamont Library

See the Lamont Library’s website for more information.

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