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McVey Hall

165 Funkhouser Drive

Who's Here:

UK Computing Center
WUKY
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.

Parking:

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.

Elevators:

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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