The University of Texas at Austin is in the heart of the city of Austin, north of downtown and the State Capitol. Main thoroughfares bordering campus include Guadalupe Street to the west, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (MLK) to the south, Red River Street to the east and Dean Keeton Street (26th Street) to the north. Click here to view an area map of the university.
Directions to the campus follow based on your route:From Interstate Highway 35 (IH-35)
From MoPac Expressway, which is also known as Texas State Highway, Loop 1 (MoPac)
Take the Windsor Road exit heading east. At Lamar Boulevard, Windsor Road becomes 24th Street, which dead-ends into Guadalupe Street, the western border of campus.
From Texas State Highway 71
From the east, take IH-35 northbound and follow directions given above. From the west, take MoPac and follow directions given above.
From U. S. Highway 290
From the east, take IH-35 northbound and follow directions given above. From the west, follow the directions for Highway 71 given above.
From U. S. Highway 183 is also known as Research Boulevard (183)
From the north, take MoPac southbound and follow directions for MoPac listed above.
From the south, take Airport Boulevard northbound to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (MLK). Head east on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (MLK) and campus will be on your right.
For those traveling to Austin by means other than automobile, the following resource links may be of assistance.