To/From Conference Center
The conference will take place at NAU’s du Bois Center (bldg 64) on south campus. PSLLT Shuttles will depart from conference hotels Friday morning and Saturday morning. See program book for details.
You can find the du Bois entrance with this precise Google Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/nVfvidi5nWdvE7V79
Parking information for Saturday, Sept. 14
Parking is not available at the SkyDome (p66) lot on Saturday.
Please park in any “E” (Employee) or “SC” (South Commuter) lot on Saturday. No parking permit is needed. If you intend to drive during the lunch break on Saturday, we recommend that you use McConnell Drive and park in p42.
Here is a map of Saturday parking options.
Flagstaff is known as a tourist destination because of its proximity to the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon and Sedona. The Flagstaff Visitor’s Center website contains extensive information about local and regional destinations.
Sedona is a 45-minute drive from Flagstaff and offers hiking among the red rocks, creative creek-side restaurants, and a renowned artist community.
The Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is one of the world’s natural wonders. It is a 90-minute drive from Flagstaff and offers a stunning view of geology, nature, and native cultures.
Monument Valley is well known for its impressive rock formations, spires, and folklore. It is about a 3-hour drive from Flagstaff.