Humanities Center is located at 424 Santa Teresa Street. It is behind the Faculty Club and across
the street from the Fire Truck House.
Stanford Humanities Center is devoted to research and programming in the area of
human history and culture. The Center provides workshops, fellowships, and
lectures with the purpose of assisting scholars (from undergraduates and
graduate students to professors) as they seek to better understand the
humanities. Office space is located on the 1st and
2nd floors and conference rooms and meeting rooms are located on the
main entranceis located on the north side of the building, along Santa
Teresa Street, and is equipped with a power-operated door. There is another accessible entrance on
the south side of the building (Faculty Club side) and on the west side of the
building (near the Black Community Services Center). There is no elevator in the
accessible men's and women's restrooms are located off
of the main lobby. After entering the main lobby, turn left down the first
hallway and the restrooms will be on the left.
Parking & Transportation:
closest disabled parking is located in the L-37 parking lot at the corner of
Lomita Drive and Santa Teresa Street near the west side of the Humanities
Center. The closest Marguerite
shuttle stop is located at the corner of Lomita Drive and Santa Teresa
Points of Interest:
Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden is located near the Humanities Center. Tresidder Union is also located near the Humanities Center
and is home to several eateries.
For disability access information about any building not listed in the Campus Access Guide, please contact the Diversity and Access Office, (650) 725-0326, firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome your feedback about the Mobility Guide and requests for further information.