Maps/Directions

Know where you are going?  THATCamp Chicago will be held at Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.

Kresge Hall/Campus


The Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities is located in Kresge Hall, room 2-360.

For an interactive map of Northwestern’s Evanston campus, click here.

For a traditional map in pdf form, suitable for printing, click here.

Kresge Hall has two wheelchair accessible entrances.

Getting to Northwestern

Driving: Northwestern’s general driving directions offer directions to the intersection of Chicago and Sheridan. Alternatively, to use Google Maps to find your way to Northwestern’s Lakeside Parking Structure, click here.

Parking: Parking in the Lakeside Parking Structure is free to the public after 4PM on weekdays, and all day Saturday and Sunday. The Lakeside Parking Structure is a short (approximately 5 minutes) walk from Kresge Hall. The Locy parking lot is closer to Kresge Hall, and also free after 4 on weekdays and all weekend, but it is a smaller lot, and can fill up quickly. Additional Northwestern parking information can be found here.

Public Transit: To reach Kresge Hall via public transit, take the Purple Line of the ‘L’ to the Foster stop, which is a 15 minute walk from campus. For more information on the Purple Line or general information on riding the Chicago Transit Authority, visit the CTA web site.  To find directions from a specific address, you can use this Google Maps link, which will direct you to the entrance of campus at Foster & Sheridan, from which Kresge Hall is a 5 minute walk. Click here for a map that shows the walk from the Foster station to Kresge Hall.

Walking: THATCamp participants staying in Evanston, especially those downtown, can easily walk to campus. For walking directions, click here.

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