Find Your Center

Our campus is a true cultural center: a crossroads where business and progress intersect and shape society.

Not only do our students learn concrete business skills, but they also get a front-row seat to see — and experience — how business is conducted. We’re located just a few blocks away from global institutions like the World Bank and IMF, as well as thousands of global businesses and non-profits. This proximity allows for a level of involvement and activity, and our students gain access and experiences that simply cannot be matched. They’re afforded the opportunity to work as consultants, researchers, and interns throughout the city, and make an impact in politics, business, and government. It’s because of this we are able to attract business leaders like Ben Bernanke to teach and engage with students, allowing them to learn first-hand about how business can impact organizations and society.

City Map

Washington, D.C., puts you at the center of history, culture, entertainment, sports, and much more:

  • More than 20 museums, including the Smithsonian, Spy Museum, and Newseum
  • More than 20 national memorials
  • Over 180 foreign embassies
  • More than 40 performing arts venues, including theaters
  • Over 100 restaurants in D.C. alone
  • Professional baseball, football, hockey, basketball, and soccer
  • Nearly two dozen parks and more than a dozen biking trails
  • Just four hours to New York City, two hours to Philadelphia, and two hours to the beach

Driving Directions

From the 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 then turn left immediately onto 21st Street
  • Turn right on I Street
  • The visitor entrance to the Academic Center Garage is on I Street between 21st and 22nd Streets (open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
  • You may also park in the Marvin Center Garage located on H Street between 21st and 22nd Streets (open from 7 a.m. to midnight, 7 days a week)

From the 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 shown above in “From North”

From the 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
  • Turn right on 23rd Street and continue a few blocks to campus
  • Turn right on I Street
  • The visitor entrance to the Academic Center Garage is on I Street between 21st and 22nd Streets (open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
  • You may also park in the Marvin Center Garage located on H Street between 21st and 22nd Streets (open from 7 a.m. to midnight, 7 days a week)

From the 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 shown above in “From West”

Metro Access

Duques Hall is conveniently located two short blocks from the orange and blue lines at the Foggy Bottom exit. Upon exiting the station, you will be directed to the East, facing 23rd Street. Make a right and walk down 23rd Street until you reach H Street. At the light, turn left (cross over 23rd) and walk toward 22nd Street. Turn right onto 22nd Street. Duques Hall will be on your right halfway down the block. Once in Duques Hall, proceed to the 5th Floor. The F. David Fowler Career Center is located in Suite 560.