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UW Aeronautics & Astronautics

Our main offices are located in the historical Guggenheim Hall, on central campus, just east of Drumheller Fountain and south of the HUB.

Guggenheim Hall 211 (Google map)
3940 Benton Lane NE
UWAA Box 352400
Seattle, WA 98195-2400

Front desk:
Phone: 206-543-1950

Other UW buildings that house A&A programs and labs are the Aerospace Engineering Research Building, and the Aerodynamics Laboratory.

Staff directory
Guggenheim Hall (GUG) building

Guggenheim Hall (GUG)

Facilities and maps

Wide shot of ME machine shop with various tools

A&A facilities list

Explore the wind tunnels and machine shops.

Screenshot of GUG building

A&A building interactive map

Explore the Guggenheim Hall (GUG) building through this interactive map.


Administrative contacts

Department Chair
Kristi Morgansen
Assistant to the Chair 
Kim Maczko
Rachel Reichert

Advising contacts

Undergraduate advising
Erica Coleman
Graduate advising
Paul Neubert

Computing & website contacts

Computing & networking requests
Website requests and questions

Giving to A&A

Associate Director of Advancement
Caitlin Christian
Assistant Director of Advancement
Kaitlin Colleary


Getting to A&A

UW Commuter Services provides directions to the University of Washington to help you navigate parking and transportation alternatives such as buses, light rail, and biking.

By car
Parking on campus is limited to specific lots and requires a visitor's permit or one of many paid parking plans. For parking fees and more details, see Parking at the UW.

Public transit
It’s easy to reach campus by using the Link right rail (Husky Stadium stop), or by bus. Use the Husky Union Building (HUB) as your destination, which is right next to Guggenheim and the Kirsten Wind Tunnel.

The Burke-Gilman Trail runs right through the UW on the east and south sides of campus, providing several access points to the campus.