LEARN ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
Architecture | Graphic Design & Art History
Landscape Architecture | Urban & Regional Planning
Learn how students can design the future at the College of Environmental Design's Open House! The day's highlights include department tours; one-on-one chats with ENV faculty, student representatives and club officers; one-stop information sessions on academic advising, admissions, housing and financial aid; and a variety of interactive activities.
The College of Environmental Design is located in Building 7, adjacent to Parking Lot J, near the corner of University Drive and Camphor Lane.
From the 210 freeway (east or west)
Take the 210 freeway and follow the junction to the 57 freeway south. Exit on Temple Avenue and turn right (down the hill). Turn right on University Drive and follow the road. Building 7 is on the right.
From the 10 freeway (east or west)
Exit at Kellogg Drive. Stay in your left lane, you should be on the left side of the large electronic marquee that welcomes visitors. Follow Kellogg Drive and pass through three intersections – University Drive, Palm Drive and Red Gum Lane. Turn at University Drive, driving past Building 1, the College of Agriculture Building and Student Health Services Building. Building 7 is on the left-hand side.
From the 60 freeway traveling east
Follow the junction onto the 57 freeway north. Exit at Temple Avenue and turn left (down the hill). Turn right on right on University Drive follow the road. Building 7 is on the right.
From the 60 freeway traveling west
Exit at Diamond Bar Boulevard and turn right. Turn left on Temple Avenue, right on University Drive follow the road. Building 7 is on the right.
Lot J is the nearest parking lot to Building 7. A daily permit is required to park on campus. Daily permits are $7, and can be purchased from the yellow parking permit stations located in each lot. The permits are valid in student lots only and must be displayed face-up on the driver's side dashboard. Permits are not valid in Faculty/Staff, Reserved, Rideshare, meters and time-controlled areas such as 30-minute zones.