Louisiana State University welcomes more than one million visitors every year, and most of those visitors arrive via the interstate system.

The directions below offer the easiest routes to the campus from the interstate.

We recommend that you visit the Visitor Information Center to obtain detailed campus directions, a parking permit, and parking instructions. The Visitors Information Center is located at the corner of Highland Road and Dalrymple Drive (click here to view Campus Map ).

From I-10: View Map

Route 1: Exit at Nicholson Dr./Highland Rd. (Exit 155A). Take Highland Rd. to Dalrymple Dr. (about 1.4 miles).  
Route 2: Exit at Dalrymple Dr. (Exit 156B). Both eastbound and westbound traffic will take a right onto Dalrymple Dr. from the off-ramp. Take Dalrymple Dr. to Highland Rd. (about 0.5 mile).
Route 3: Exit at Acadian Thruway (Exit 157B). If exiting from the eastbound off-ramp you will take a right onto Acadian Thruway; if exiting from the westbound off-ramp you will take a left onto Acadian Thruway. Take Acadian Thruway (which turns into Stanford Avenue and then into LSU Avenue) to Highland Rd. Take a right onto Highland Rd. Take Highland Rd. to Dalrymple Dr. (about 1.8 miles)

Directions to the Center for Computation & Technology

Exit I-10 at Dalrymple Drive (Exit 156B), take a right onto Dalrymple Drive from the off-ramp. Keep straight, cross over Highland Road [LSU's Visitor Center is located on your right at the corner of Dalrymple & Highland]. Keep straight on Dalrymple, then veer left by the Indian Mounds--road will turn into Fieldhouse Drive. CCT is located in Johnston Hall-Room 302 (building on your right behind Tiger Stadium between the Campus Powerhouse and Hatcher Hall).

Participants who are driving their own vehicles to campus should stop at the LSU Visitor's Center on the corner of Highland Road and Dalrymple Drive. The Visitor's Center will also direct you as to where you can park. The LSU Visitor Center opens at 7:30 a.m.