Directions, Maps, Parking & Transportation
From Interstate 75
From exit 387 (old exit 76), go east approximately 2.75 miles on state Route 26 (Newberry Road/University Ave.) to state Route 26A (Southwest 2nd Avenue). Continue east to Southwest 25th Street (Village Drive). The law school is located at Southwest 2nd Avenue and Southwest 25th Street (Village Drive).
From US 441 (West 13th Street)
Go west approximately 0.8 miles on state Route 26 (University Avenue). Turn left on Southwest 2nd Avenue (26A). Continue to Southwest 25th Street (Village Drive). The law school is located at Southwest 2nd Avenue and Southwest 25th Street (Village Drive).
From Gainesville Airport
Turn right (west) and go 0.8 miles on Northeast 39th Avenue to state Route 24 West (Waldo Road). Turn left and go approximately 2.5 miles to state Route 26 (University Avenue). Turn right and go west approximately 2.5 miles to State Route 26A (Southwest 2nd Avenue). Turn left. The law school is at Southwest 25th Street (Village Drive) and Southwest 2nd Avenue.
The address for Levin College of Law for a GPS device is: 309 Village Drive Gainesville, FL 32611
Parking & Transportation
In addition to UF parking, there are approximately 90 parking spaces available at the Campus Church of Christ, a few blocks from the Law School on SW 2nd Avenue. Campus Church has an application on their website www.campuscofc.org under COMMUNITY> COLLEGE. Go to the bottom of the page. The church charges $50 each for fall and spring semesters and $30 for the summer semester. Call at 352-378-1471.
“All Decal” facilities (meaning anybody with a valid UF decal may park) are commonly referred to as “Park and Ride” due to the shuttle service running from these facilities to the core of campus. Visit the Regional Transit System website for campus bus routes and scheduling information.
Visitors requiring parking accommodations at the Levin College of Law during hours of decal restriction (7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, unless signage in the area indicates otherwise) must display a one-day parking decal from the rearview mirror. The one-day parking decal can be obtained at the UF Law Office of Student Affairs, 164 Holland Hall, during regular business hours. In order to obtain a one-day parking decal, you must provide a license tag number and the color, make and model of the vehicle.
For more information go to UF Visitor Parking.
There is an extensive network of bike lanes, paths, and trails on campus that allow for safe and quick travel. There are bike racks all over campus so you can always find somewhere to lock your bike.
If you ride a bike, you will need a few important accessories:
- A “U-shaped” lock for security.
- A headlight and a rear taillight if you plan to ride after dark. It’s the law.
When riding a bicycle on campus exercise caution and follow the state of Florida bicycle laws.
The City of Gainesville has an extensive bus system that covers both the city and UF campus. Students and employees may ride any Regional Transit System (RTS) bus fare-free by showing the driver your UF Gator One ID card. Most RTS buses are equipped with bike racks.
The bus routes cover nearly all of the apartment complexes in Gainesville and run at fairly brief intervals. Routes #5, #34 & #43 have stops near the law school, while many other routes go to the Reitz Union. See routes and schedules.
The Levin College of Law offers carpool services for students. A carpool can consist of two students if both live outside Alachua County; or three students if one or more lives inside Alachua County. The benefits of carpooling include: designated reserved parking areas at the law school, three emergency individual parking permits per semester, and reduced costs of parking per person (because only one decal must be purchased).
Download car pool sign-up instructions
To finalize the car pool process:
1. You must fill out a form with the information of your car pool group. Download the car pool form.
2. All students in the carpool group must complete the Car Pool Authorization Form, but only one student needs to return the forms to the Office of Student Affairs Office. A staff member in the office will verify the addresses and provide an official copy of each student’s course schedule.
3. The completed and verified Car Pool Authorization Form must be taken to Transportation and Parking Services to purchase the proper decal. All carpool participants (two students if both live outside Alachua County or three students if one or more lives inside Alachua County) must be present with the verified Car Pool Authorization Form and a current Gator 1 Card in order to purchase the carpool decal. One commuter decal covers all the carpool participants. If a student in the carpool group has a commuter decal, the decal must be returned to Parking Services before the carpool decal will be issued. For more information, contact the Office of Parking Services at 392-7275.
If you or anyone else in your carpool group has a commuter decal, you will need to return it to Parking Services before you get a carpool decal issued to your group. For more information, contact the Office of Parking Services at 392-7275.