Location and Directions

The Meltzer Center is located on the first floor of the Psychology Building at The George Washington University. The street address is 2125 G Street.

By Metro

We are a short walk from the Foggy Bottom Metro Station, which is on the Blue and Orange lines. Access the Contact page to view a map.

When you come up from the escalator, you will be on 23rd Street. Make a right and walk approximately 2 letter blocks to G Street and make a left. Follow G Street past 22nd Street. The Meltzer Center will be located on your left at 2125 G Street.

By Car

From North

Interstate 95 south to Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway) toward Silver Spring/Northern Virginia. Take exit 33, heading south on Connecticut Avenue for about 9 miles. Turn right onto Florida Avenue (just past the Washington Hilton) and turn left immediately onto 21st Street, NW. Continue on to G Street and turn right. The Meltzer Center is located on the right at 2125 G Street.

From Northwest

Interstate 270 to Interstate 495 (Capital Beltway) toward Silver Spring. Take exit 33, heading south on Connecticut Avenue for about 9 miles. Follow directions as given in From North.

From West

Interstate 66 and Route 50 both connect with the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge. Cross the bridge and exit left at E Street, then again at Virginia Avenue. Bear left, following signs for 23rd Street, NW. Turn right on 23rd Street NW and continue a few blocks to campus. Turn right on H Street. Continue on H Street until 21st Street NW and make a right. Make an immediate right onto G Street and The Meltzer Center is located on the right at 2125 G Street.

From South

Interstate 95 to Interstate 395 Arlington Memorial Bridge exit. Cross the bridge and bear left at the Lincoln Memorial. Turn left onto 23rd Street, NW, and follow directions as given in From West.

Parking Options

There are GWU parking lots located at:

  1. Elliot School - 1957 E Street
  2. Funger Hall Garage - 2201 G Street
  3. University Garage - 2211 H Street

Note: Parking in these lots does tend to get expensive, metered street parking is also an option. All meters take quarters only.