CLSP is located in Hackerman Hall (formerly known as CSEB, the Computational Science and Engineering Building). This is Building 11 near the left of this Campus Map. You can recognize it by the large square walkway that cuts through the building to connect the Decker Quad to the Wyman Quad. The CLSP main office is Hackerman 226. Our weekly seminars are held in Hackerman B17 (the basement auditorium).
Directions to the Johns Hopkins University (Homewood Campus) are here.
Park in the South Garage (right below CLSP), and follow signs to the elevator for Hackerman Hall. Alternatively, metered street parking is available around the perimeter of the campus.
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