Altgeld Hall

Building Information:

  • 1409 West Green Street
    Urbana, IL 61801

  • Building #26
  • Located on northwest corner of the Quadrangle.

Graphical Map: (click on building to see floor plans)

Altgeld Hall

Graphical Key:

North Arrow symbol North Solid Arrow symbol Automatic Doors outlined arrow symbol Accessible Entry bus symbol MTD Bus Stop

Textual Key:

North is Up.
Outlined Arrow denotes Accessible Entry, Solid Arrow denotes Automatic Door, Yellow Star denotes MTD Bus Stop.

Textual Map:

Textual Map for Altgeld Hall

Accessibility Information:

Accessible Entries:

Automatic doors are located at the northwest corner of the building. Be aware that there is a stairwell to the south immediately upon entering the building.

Parking:

Unrestricted metered parking is available along Wright Street. There is 1 unrestricted metered parking space in lot C13.

Contact the Division of Campus Parking and Transportation at (217)333-3530, FAX (217)244-6863 or http://www.parking.illinois.edu/.

Interior Access Route:

Enter through the northwest entry and continue down the ramp going east. At the end of the hall turn south, continue to the end of that corridor and turn west. The entrance to the elevator is 12 feet after the end of the stairway on the north. Enter through a VERY LOW doorway, the elevator is in the corner on the west wall.

Restrooms:

The accessible restroom for men is located in room 119 on the lowest level in the north end of the building.
The accessible restroom for women is located in room 115 on the lowest level in the north end of the building.

Elevators:

An elevator is needed and is provided to change floors in this building. The elevator is located in the southwest corner of the building. See Interior Access Route.

Assistive Listening Systems:


Lecture hall 314 on the third floor is provided with an assistive listening system.

Floor Plans:

Floor Plans

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
This page was created by John Maynerich in the Office for Planning, Design & Construction.
Last modified: Thursday, September 2, 2004