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Directions to the Law School

For Google Maps, use the law school's street address of 160 Ridge Road in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

From I-40 (from Raleigh and points east)

  • Take Exit 273-A (NC 54 West) towards Chapel Hill
  • Continue for 4 miles to the top of the hill
  • Turn left at traffic light onto Country Club Road
  • Go 100 feet, and then turn right onto Ridge Road
  • Go 1/4 mile, and then turn right into UNC School of Law parking lot

From Interstate 85 (coming from Greensboro and points west)

  • Take I-40 East towards Raleigh
  • Exit 273 and turn right at the end of the exit ramp
  • Continue straight for 4 miles to the top of the hill
  • Turn left at traffic light onto Country Club Road
  • Go 100 feet, and then turn right onto Ridge Road
  • Go 1/4 mile, and then turn right into Carolina Law parking lot.

From Interstate 85 (from Durham and points north)

  • Follow I-85 to intersection with US 15-501 South
  • Follow 15-501 South toward Chapel Hill; the highway will divide
  • Remain on 15-501 South (Bypass) bearing left, away from Franklin Street
  • Turn right at NC 54 Exit toward UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Continue to the top of the hill
  • Turn left at traffic light onto Country Club Road
  • Go 100 feet, and then turn right onto Ridge Road
  • Go 1/4 mile, and then turn right into UNC School of Law parking lot.

Traveling from Raleigh/Durham Airport

Depending on traffic, it usually takes 20 to 30 minutes to drive from Raleigh-Durham Airport to campus. Taxi cab rides between the airport and campus will cost approximately $35.00 one-way.

Parking

Parking is available in either of two nearby visitor pay lots. The rate for each lot is $1.50 per hour. Both are located within five minutes walking distance of the law school.

Rams Head Parking Deck, located on Ridge Road

Coming from the side of Rams Head facing Ridge Road, take a left, walking towards the law school. You will soon see the circular drive leading to the law school building. This is the law school's main entrance.

The Hwy 54/Raleigh Road Visitor Parking Lot

From the lot, walk towards campus on Raleigh Road, then take a left onto Country Club Road. From Country Club, take the first right onto Ridge Road, and you will soon see the circular drive leading to the law school building. This is the law school's main entrance.

Please note that the law school cannot issue you a permit to park in the visitor spaces next to the law school building. Parking in these visitor spaces will most likely result in you receiving a parking ticket. Additional parking information can be found on the Transportation & Parking website.

Public Transportation

The town of Chapel Hill operates fare-free public transportation. UNC School of Law is conveniently located on the RU route. For more information, visit the Chapel Hill Transit Services Web Site. Other helpful pages on the site include the Campus Transit Map and NextBus, a real-time, GPS-based system that indicates when the next bus will arrive.

Alternative Transportation

UNC has Zipcars avaiable, plus an unoffical community bike loan program. For more information on alternative campus transportation, visit the Office of Sustainability's Transit Options Web site.

UNC School of Law | Van Hecke-Wettach Hall | 160 Ridge Road, CB #3380 | Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3380 | 919.962.5106


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