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Map of the Purdue Campus

ABE — Agricultural and Biological Engineering
ADDL — Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab
‡AEMS — Agricultural Engineering Machine Storage Building
‡AERO — Aerospace Science Laboratory
AGAD — Agricultural Administration Building
AHF — Animal Holding Facility
AR — Armory
ASTL — Animal Sciences Teaching Laboratory
‡AT — Aviation Technology Building
BCC — Black Cultural Center
BCHM — Biochemistry Building
BRWN — Brown (Herbert C.) Laboratory of Chemistry
BSG — Building Services and Grounds
CA1-5 — Creative Arts, Buildings 1 through 5
CARL — Coating Applications Research Laboratory
CDFS — Child Development and Family Studies Building ē
‡CHAF — Chaffee Hall
CHME — Chemical Engineering Building
CIVL — Civil Engineering Building
CL50 — Class of 1950 Lecture Hall
‡COMP — Composites Laboratory
CS — Computer Science Building
DMNT — DeMent (Clayton W.) Fire Station
DOYL — Doyle (Leo Philip) Laboratory
‡DYE — Pete Dye Clubhouse
EE — Electrical Engineering Building
EEL — Entomology Environmental Laboratory
EHSB — Equine Health Sciences Building
ELLT — Elliott (Edward C.) Hall of Music
ENAD — Engineering Administration Building
EXPT — Exponent
FOOD — Food Stores Building
‡FOPN — Flight Operations Building
FORS — Forestry Building
FPRD — Forest Products Building
FREH — Freehafer (Lytle J.) Hall of Administrative Services
FS — Food Science Building
FWLR — Fowler (Harriet O. and James M., Jr.) Memorial House
GCMB — Golf Course Maintenance Barn
GDRH — Golf Course Driving Range
GSMB — Golf Storage Maintenance Building
GRIS — Grissom Hall
GRS — Grounds Service Building
HANS — Hansen (Arthur G.) Life Sciences Research Building
HEAV — Heavilon Hall
HERL — Herrick Laboratories
‡HGR4-6 — Hangars, Numbers 4 through 6
HGRH — Horticulture Greenhouses
HIKS — Hicks (John W.) Undergraduate Library
HORT — Horticulture Building
HOVD — Hovde (Frederick L.) Hall of Administration
HPN — Heating and Power Plant-North
IAF — Intercollegiate Athletic Facility
JNSN — Johnson (Helen R.) Hall of Nursing
KCTR — Krannert Center for Executive Education and Research
KNOY — Knoy (Maurice G.) Hall of Technology
KRAN — Krannert Building
LAEB — Liberal Arts and Education Building
LAMB — Lambert (Ward L.) Fieldhouse and Gymnasium
— Library, Main (see HIKS)
LILY — Lilly Hall of Life Sciences
LMSB — Laboratory Materials Storage Building
LSA — Life Science Animal Building
LSPS — Life Science Plant and Soils Laboratory
LSR — Life Science Ranges (Greenhouse and Service Building)
LYNN — Lynn (Charles J.) Hall of Veterinary Medicine
MACK — Mackey (Guy J.) Arena
MATH — Mathematical Sciences Building
ME — Mechanical Engineering Building
MGL — Michael Golden Engineering Laboratories and Shops
MMDC — Materials Management and Distribution Center
MMS1 — Materials Management Storage Building 1
MOLL — Mollenkopf Athletic Center F3
MSEE — Materials and Electrical Engineering Building
MTHW — Matthews (Mary L.) Hall
NUCL — Nuclear Engineering Building
‡OLMN — Ollman (Melvin L.) Golfcart Barn
PFEN — David C. Pfendler Hall of Agriculture
PFSB — Physical Facilities Service Building
PHYS — Physics Building
PMU — Purdue Memorial Union (includes Visitor Information Center Kiosk [VICK])
PMUC — Purdue Memorial Union Club
POAN — Poultry Science Annex
POTR — Potter (A. A.) Engineering Center
POUL — Poultry Science Building
PRCE — Peirce Hall
PRNT — Printing Services Building

PSYC — Psychological Sciences Building
PUSH — Purdue University Student Health Center
RAIL — American Railway Building
REC — Recitation Building
RSC — Recreational Sports Center
RHPH — Heine (Robert E.) Pharmacy Building
SC — Stanley Coulter Hall
SCCA-E — South Campus Courts, Buildings A through E
SCHL — Schleman (Helen B.) Hall of Student Services
SCPA — Slayter Center of Performing Arts
SEAN — Service Building Annex
SERV — Service Building
‡SIML — Holleman-Niswonger Simulator Center
SMTH — Smith Hall
SOIL — Soil Erosion Laboratory, National
SSA1 — Student Services Annex-One
‡SSOF — State Street Office Facility
STDM — Ross-Ade Stadium
STEW — Stewart Center
STON — Stone (Winthrop E.) Hall
Student Health Center (see PUSH)
‡TERM — Terminal Building
TEL — Telecommunications Building
TERY — Terry (Oliver P.) Memorial House
‡TH1-6 — Tee-Hangars 1 through 6
TMB — Transportation Maintenance Building
UNIV — University Hall
VA1 — Veterinary Animal Isolation Building 1
VA2 — Veterinary Animal Isolation Building 2
VCPR — Veterinary Center for Paralysis Research
VLAB — Veterinary Laboratory Animal Building
VLAS — Veterinary Laboratory Animal Storage Building
‡VOIN — Voinoff (Samuel) Golf Pavilion
VPRB — Veterinary Pathobiology Research Building
VPTH — Veterinary Pathology Building
Visitor Information Center (VIC) and Parking Services (see PGNW). Visitor Information Center Kiosk (VICK) (see PMU).
WADE — Wade (Walter W.) Utility Plant
‡WEST — Westwood (President’s Home)
‡WGLR — Women’s Golf Locker Room
WSLR — Whistler (Roy L.) Hall of Agricultural Research
WTHR — Wetherill (Richard Benbridge) Laboratory of Chemistry
‡ēZL1 — Combustion Research Laboratory
‡ēZL2 — Gas Dynamics Research Laboratory
‡ēZL3 — High Pressure Research Laboratory
‡ēZL4 — Propulsion Research Laboratory
‡ēZL5 — Turbomachinery Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
501H — 501 Hayes Street

Residence Facilities

CARY — Cary (Franklin Levering) Quadrangle F4
*DUHM — Duhme (Ophelia) Residence Hall E7
ERHT — Earhart (Amelia) Residence Hall D7
HARR — Harrison (Benjamin) Residence Hall C7
HAWK — Hawkins (George A.) Graduate House H8
HILL — Hillenbrand Residence Hall C7
HLTP — Hilltop Apartments E3
MCUT — McCutcheon (John T.) Residence Hall C7
MRDH — Meredith (Virginia C.) Residence Hall D7
OWEN — Owen (Richard) Residence Hall E4
PVAB — Purdue Village Administration Building D9
PVCC — Purdue Village Community Center C9
PVIL — Purdue Village B, C, D8, 9, 10
*SHLY — Shealy (Frances M.) Residence Hall E7
SHRV — Shreve (Eleanor B.) Residence Hall D6, 7
SMLY — Smalley (John C.) Center for Housing and Food Services Administration D6, 7
TARK — Tarkington (Newton Booth) Residence Hall E5
*VAWT — Vawter (Everett B.) Residence Hall E6
*WARN — Warren (Martha E. and Eugene K.) Residence Hall E7
WILY — Wiley (Harvey W.) Residence Hall E5, 6
*WOOD — Wood (Elizabeth G. and William R.) Residence Hall E7
YONG — Young (Ernest C.) Graduate House H8

Parking Garages
PGG — Parking Garage, Grant Street H, I7
PGGW — Parking Garage, Grant and Wood Streets H8
PGM — Parking Garage, Marsteller Street G, H8
PGMD — Parking Garage, McCutcheon Drive C6, 7
PGNW — Parking Garage, Northwestern Avenue (includes Visitor Information Center and Parking Services) H5
PGU — — Parking Garage, University Street F6, 7

* — Windsor Residence Halls
ē — Part of Maurice J. Zucrow Laboratories
‡ — Buildings not appearing on map


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