Directions to LSU - Himes Hall
From the West
Enter Baton Rouge on I10. Cross the Mississippi River Bridge and go toward New Orleans as you exit the Bridge onto I10. Ignore the sign immediately off the bridge that says "LSU" (that is the slow/old way). The 2 nd exit, where you want to get off, is the Dalrymple drive exit. Get off and go to the right. Once on Dalrymple Drive, not counting the light at the exit ramp, you will drive through 3 lights until you reach the major intersection at the corner of Dalrymple and Highland Road.
From the East and South
Enter the area on I10 or I12. When they join take the 3rd exit (just past the lakes) which is Dalrymple Drive. Go to the right when you exit the interstate. Once on Dalrymple Drive, not counting the light at the exit ramp, you will drive through 4 lights until you reach the major intersection at the corner of Dalrymple and Highland Road.
You will see on your left front a large open field, the LSU Parade Ground. Farther
across the parade ground, you will see the LSU clock tower. On your right immediately
across the intersection, you will see the LSU visitor’s center.
If you are coming to campus between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. turn into the visitor’s center for further directions on where to park.
If you are coming on a weekend or after 4:00 p.m. you may park in any legal parking space except a blue curb (disabled) or a purple curb (reserved at all hours for VIP’s).
Himes Hall Directions
After 4p, continue across the intersection staying on Dalrymple Drive. Take the first left turn onto Tower Drive. Now the Parade Ground will be on your left and the Tower will be on your right. Park your car and get out facing the Tower. Our building Himes Hall is across a short concrete patio at the back left corner of the Tower. Our Office is in Room 51 and the testing labs are in Rooms 137 and 52.
Room 137: National Standardized testing.
Room 52: LSU Testing Lab
Room 51: The Main office and reception desk (not open during non-business hours).
GPS coordinates: 30°24'50.4"N 91°10'45.6 "W (30.414000, -91.179341 )