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The Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics
USC Gould School of Law
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0071
Phone: (213) 740-5714
Email: saksinstitute@law.usc.edu

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Driving Directions to Figueroa Street Parking Structure (formerly PS2) - University Park (Main) Campus

The Figueroa Street Parking Structure is located on the northeast corner of Figueroa Street and Exposition Blvd.

110 (Harbor) North
To park in the Figueroa Street Parking Structure take the Exposition exit. Go straight through the 37th Street light. Keep left. Go under the freeway bridge. Cross Flower at the light and turn right at Figueroa. Turn right into the structure entrance (by Radisson Hotel).

110 (Harbor/Pasadena) South
To park in the Figueroa Street Parking Structure take the Exposition exit. Cross Flower at the light and turn right at Figueroa. Turn right into the structure entrance (by Radisson Hotel).

10 (Santa Monica) East
To park in the Figueroa Street Parking Structure take the Hoover exit, turn right at the light. Go all the way to where Hoover ends at Jefferson. Turn left on Jefferson then right on Flower. Turn right into the structure.

10 (Santa Monica) West
To park in the Figueroa Street Parking Structure take the Hoover exit. Turn left on Hoover and go all the way to where Hoover ends at Jefferson. Turn left on Jefferson, right on Flower and then right into the structure.

Information about additional USC parking lots and directions can be found here.

A general map of the USC campus can be found here.

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