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Official Name:

William R. Hewlett Teaching Center



Location Tip:

The William R. Hewlett Teaching Center is located at 370 Serra Mall. It is adjacent to the Packard Building and is across from the Gilbert Biological Sciences building.


The Hewlett Center, informally known as the Regional Teaching Center (RTC), is primarily used by the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology departments. The elevator provides access to all floors (1, 2). The building is home to two large auditoriums/classrooms, featuring sophisticated technological capabilities for students and faculty alike.

Accessible Entrance:

There are two accessible entrances to the building, both equipped with power-operated doors. The main entrance is located along the northeast side of the building (Serra Mall) via an accessible pathway leading to a ramp in front of the building. Another accessible entrance is located at the rear of the building via an accessible pathway along Via Pueblo. The elevator is located directly to the right once inside the main entrance. There is wheelchair accessible seating in each of the two classrooms, which are located on the 1st and 2nd floors.


Wheelchair accessible men’s and women’s multi-occupancy restrooms are centrally located on the 1st floor.

Parking & Transportation:

Marguerite shuttle stops are located on Serra Mall near the front of the Hewlett Teaching Center. The nearest parking is located on North Service Road behind the Gates Building. Additional disabled parking is located along Via Pueblo behind the Packard Building, and on the Oval (at the end of Palm Drive). The Via Ortega Parking Garage is located at the corner of Via Ortega and Panama Street and offers ample disabled parking.

Points of Interest:

Bytes Café is located inside the Packard Building and an outdoor courtyard is located near the main entrance. 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, disability.access@stanford.edu. We welcome your feedback about the Mobility Guide and requests for further information.