The BMW Center is situated on the fifth floor of the Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC). General driving directions to Georgetown University's main campus, as well as parking information can be found here. See below for directions to campus venues.
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Events & Communications Coordinator
BMW Center for German & European Studies
Bunn Intercultural Center, Suite 501
Washington, DC 20057-1022
Phone: (202) 687-8067
Directions to Frequently Used Venues on Campus
From the main gates of the University at 37th and O Streets NW: Walk through the gates and down the brick path to the right across the lawn. The ICC building is the brick building across the red brick square. When you enter the front doors, you will be on the third floor.
From the parking garages in Southwest Quad: Take the elevator to the ground floor. When you exit the elevator, exit through the door on the left, turn left and walk toward the sidewalk. Turn right onto North Road (runs along one end of the multipurpose sport field), cross Tondorf Road, and turn left so you are walking along the length of the sports field. Just past the Jesuit cemetery is the entrance to the ICC. You will enter on the first floor. The main entrance of the building is on the third floor.
Frequently used conference rooms in the ICC:
CCAS Boardroom in Suite 241: take the stairs or elevator down one floor, walk down the hallway and turn left. CCAS is at the end of the hall. Enter the suite and take the stairs down one flight.
ICC 302-P: on the main floor in the Asian Studies/GHI suite, next to the MUG coffee shop.
ICC 450: above the main entrance, one floor up
ICC 462: walk across the atrium past MUG and take the stairs or the elevator one floor up.
ECR 7th Floor Boardroom: take the middle or left elevator up to the 7th floor and walk across the lounge to the right. At the end of the hall, turn right and ECR will be on the left.
From the main gates of the University at 37th and O Streets NW, walk straight up the driveway past the statue of John Carroll. Healy Hall is the grey stone building behind the statue. Walk up the stairs and down the hallway. Turn left and walk to the end of the hallway to take the stairs or the elevator up to the 4th floor. Exit right out of the elevator into the Presidents Room and Riggs Library is straight ahead.
From the parking garages in Southwest Quad: Take the elevator to the ground floor and exit the building. Turn right and walk to the end of the path. Turn left and walk across the street and up the hill on Library Walk. At the end of the road turn left. Healy Hall is on your left. Walk up the steps to enter the building and continue up to the 4th floor.
Mortara Center for International Studies
Exit the main gates of the University at 37th and O Streets NW, and walk straight up O St NW. Turn right onto 36th St. NW, and then walk straight one block to N St NW. The Mortara Center for International Studies will be across the street on the corner. Enter through the door at the corner of N St. and 36th St., and the Mortara Center Boardroom will be ahead to your left.
From the main gates of the University at 37th and O Streets NW: Walk up the driveway past the statue of John Carroll and turn right. Copley Hall is the grey stone building on the left, and the entrance to Copley Formal Lounge is on the far end of the building facing Red Square.
From the parking garages in Southwest Quad: Take the elevator to the ground floor and exit the building. Turn right and walk to the end of the path. Turn left and walk across the street and up the hill on Library Walk. At the end of the road turn left. Healy Hall is the first stone building on your left and the second grey stone building is Copley Hall. The entrance to Copley Formal Lounge is on the far end of the building facing Red Square.
There is some guest parking available in the Southwest Quad parking garage. Click here to find more information about parking on campus.
There is also limited 2-hour parking in the area, as well as two public lots on Bank Street (between 33rd and 34th Streets NW) accessible from both M Street and Prospect Street.