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Directions to OIT Buildings

Coming to a meeting with the Office of Information Technology? Here's how to find our offices.

  • 200 Dyer entranceAddress / Map: 200 Dyer Street, Providence RI 02903 
  • To enter: The main entrance, located right on Dyer St, requires card access or entry via intercom. The reception desk is immediately on your left as you enter. 
  • Shuttle: Medical School / 200 Dyer stop, Brown Express and Daytime Connector Route. A Brown ID is required to ride the shuttle.
  • Bike parking: A bike rack is located the back of the building.
  • Parking: Metered parking (quarters, credit card, or app) is available along part of Dyer and throughout Downcity, to the north of the building. Visitors can also pay to park in the lot adjacent to 200 Dyer (hourly rate) as well as at the South Street Landing Parking Garage (entrance on Eddy Street  - hourly rate) and 222 Richmond Street Parking Garage (entrances on Elm and Eddy Streets - hourly rate).
  • 180 George StreetAddress / Map: 180 George Street
  • To enter: Limited by card access; the person you are meeting with will let you in.
  • Shuttle: School of Engineering Stop, Brown Connector Route
  • Bike parking: A bike rack is available in front of the building.
  • Parking: Metered parking (quarters, credit card, or app) is available. For parking longer than two hours, there is a visitor parking lot on the corner of Thayer and Power (map) that is about a ten minute walk.
  • Dyer HouseAddress / Map: 150 Power Street
  • Shuttle: Brook & Power stop, Connector Route
  • Bike parking: There is a bike rack behind the building.
  • Parking: Free parking is available on nearby streets. For parking longer than two hours, there is a visitor parking lot on the corner of Thayer and Power (map) that is about a three minute walk.
  • Page Robinson HallAddress / Map: Corner of Brown and Waterman St., 5th floor
  • To enter: The door is on Brown Street.
  • Shuttle: Hillel House Stop, Brown Express Route
  • Bike parking: A bike rack is available in front of the building.
  • Parking: Metered parking (quarters) is available on nearby streets. For parking longer than two hours, there is a visitor parking lot on the corner of Thayer and Power (map) that is about an eight minute walk.