Disability Access @ Stanford


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1. Location Tip

The Paul G. Allen Center for Integrated Systems Annex is located at 330 Serra Mall.  It is located at the corner of Serra Mall and Via Ortega, and is an extension of the Paul G. Allen Center.


2. Use/Purpose

This building houses a multitude of offices for multidisciplinary research, mostly concentrated in Electrical Engineering.  Offices, lab space and conference areas are located throughout the building. 


3. Accessible Entrance

The main entrance is located on the north side of the building (Serra Mall) and is accessible via a wheelchair ramp.  The main entrance has a power-operated door.  Once inside, the elevator is located to the left of the main entrance and provides access to all levels (B, 1, 2, 3).  There is also an interior hallway that connects the Annex to the main Paul G. Allen Center.  The auditorium is located on the 1st floor and wheelchair seating is available in the front row on the left and right side.  There is also an outdoor courtyard on the first floor, via a door on right, once inside the main entrance.


4. Restrooms

Wheelchair accessible men’s and women’s multi-occupancy restrooms are centrally located on all floors. There is also a wheelchair accessible single-occupancy all-gender restroom located on the basement level.


5. Parking & Transportation

The closest Marguerite shuttle stop is located north of the building, near the Paul G. Allen Annex on Serra Mall. Disabled parking is located at the Via Ortega Parking Garage (corner of Via Ortega and Panama Street).   


6. Points of Interest

Cafes are located in the Science and Engineering Quad (SEQ) and inside the Packard Building.


Updated: 12/2017


For disability access information about any building not listed in the Campus Access Guide, please contact the Diversity and Access Office, (650) 725-0326 voice, (650) 723-1216 TTY, disability.access@stanford.edu. We welcome your feedback about the Mobility Guide and requests for further information.