Directions

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Project SEED is located in the Seay building on the University of Texas campus. It is a large, five-story, orange brick building on the northwest corner of Speedway and Dean Keeton. You can park in the Speedway garage, 105 E. 27th Street. Please pull a ticket, as we will validate your garage ticket for free parking.

Directions from Mopac (Loop 1) when traveling NORTH (from the South)
Take the 35th Street exit. Turn right on 35th Street and continue to Guadalupe. Turn right onto Guadalupe Street and continue to the stoplight at 27th Street and turn left. Continue to the stop sign at Speedway and turn right. Park in the Speedway garage, 105 E. 27th Street. Pull a ticket as you enter the garage, as we will validate the ticket.

Directions from Mopac (Loop 1) when traveling SOUTH (from the North)
Take the Windsor Road exit. Turn left onto Windsor Road. Windsor Road turns into 24th Street. Take 24th Street to Guadalupe Street and turn left. Continue to the stoplight at 27th street and turn right. Continue to the stop sign at Speedway and turn right. Park in the Speedway garage, 105 E. 27th Street. Pull a ticket as you enter the garage, as we will validate the ticket.

Directions from I-35 when traveling NORTH (from the South)
Take Exit 235A University of Texas/MLK/15th Street. Take a left onto MLK Blvd.  After crossing over IH35, immediately veer right onto Red River. Continue to the stoplight at Dean Keeton (formerly 26th Street) and turn left. Drive under the walkway overpass to the stoplight on Speedway and turn right. Park in the Speedway garage, 105 E. 27th Street. Pull a ticket as you enter the garage, we will validate the ticket.

Directions from I-35 when traveling SOUTH (from the North)

Take Exit 235A University of Texas/MLK/15th Street. Turn right on MLK Blvd. Stay to the right. Immediately veer right onto Red River. Continue to the stoplight at Dean Keeton (formerly 26th Street) and turn left. Drive under the walkway overpass to the stoplight on Speedway and turn right. Park in the Speedway garage, 105 E. 27th Street. Pull a ticket as you enter the garage, we will validate the ticket.

Directions to the first floor of the SEAY (campus abbreviation SEA) Building on the University of Texas campus

Please note that the SEA building on the UT campus can be confusing to navigate if you have never been there. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call us (512) 981-5397. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you are walking from within the University of Texas at Austin campus
The SEA building is located on the corner of Dean Keeton and Speedway on the UT campus. (Note: some campus maps mislabel the building as the Psychology Building)
We recommend entering the building at the NORTHERNMOST DOORS ON THE LEFT AS YOU WALK NORTH ON SPEEDWAY (i.e., away from the UT Tower).
When you walk inside, you should see a large sign that reads Priscilla Pond Flawn Child and Family Laboratory (if you don’t, you’re in the wrong part of the building; please exit the building, walk to Speedway, and head north to the last entrance on the left).

If you are driving to campus
The SEA building is located on the corner of Dean Keeton and Speedway on the UT campus.

This is what the SEA building looks like (at intersection of Speedway and Dean Keeton):

We recommend that you park in the parking garage JUST NORTH of the SEA building on SPEEDWAY.

Be sure to bring in your parking ticket so we can validate it for you (i.e., we pay your parking costs).

This is what the parking garage looks like as you approach it (heading NORTH on SPEEDWAY).

When you exit the parking garage, head SOUTH on SPEEDWAY. You’ll see a children’s playground and a walkway that is covered by vines.

When you walk inside, you should see a large sign that reads PRISCILLA POND FLAWN CHILD AND FAMILY LABORATORY (if you don’t, you’re in the wrong part of the building; please exit the building, walk to Speedway, and head north to the last entrance on the left).

If you get there early, please have a seat and one of the study staff will be with you shortly. Thanks for participating. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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