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McVey Hall

165 Funkhouser Drive

Who's Here:

UK Computing Center
Center for Computational Sciences

Accessible Entries:

There are two accessible exterior entries. Adjacent to the north side of McVey is a ramp to an entrance to the ASTeCC building that provides access to the interior of McVey. The south side entrance from Funkhouser Drive is a ramp to a basement entrance and elevator.


The parking lot behind the Gillis building has 13 accessible spaces. Two of these are van accessible. There are also parking options inside Gate #3, along Library and Funkhouser Drives, with a total of 14 spaces. There are also four spaces behind Funkhouser Building (#54), 9 spaces behind the Slone Building (#53), and 11 spaces are located around the Mineral Industries Building (#51). All spaces require a UK disabled parking permit.

Exterior Access Route:

From Funkhouser Dr. and Graham Ave., there are sidewalks leading to a ramp to the automatic door at the side of ASTeCC (north side of McVey). From Library Dr., take the sidewalk beside Kastle and McVey Halls to the ASTeCC. A ramp from Funkhauser Drive provides access to the basement level entrance and elevator.

Interior Access Route:

After entering the ASTeCC Building, McVey Hall is located to the left of the corridor. All floors are accessible.

Rest Rooms:

Accessible rest rooms are available at the north end of the building in the adjacent ASTeCC building.


An elevator is available on the south side of McVey. The most accessible elevator is in the adjacent ASTeCC building on the north side of McVey.

For Assistance:

There is no information about assistance at this time.

Other Notable Aspects:

There is no information about other notable aspects at this time.

Picture of the entrance to McVey Hall via the ASTeCC Building.

Picture of the south-side entrance to McVey Hall.

For general questions about the UK campus, contact Public Relations.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the accessibility map, contact: Jerry Weisenfluh, Kentucky Geological Survey.

If you have suggestions or find errors on the Building Information Pages, contact: Bethany Overfield, Kentucky Geological Survey.

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