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Kansas City University of Medicine and BiosciencesD'Angelo Library1750 Independence Ave.Kansas City, MO 64106-1453
We invite you to visit our campus and see what KCUMB has to offer.
Visitor Parking: See visitor-designated parking on the KCUMB campus (blue-highlighted parking). Visitors are not required to display a permit. Clinical research participants should park in the designated patient parking at the Dybedal Center for Research.
Employee/Student Parking: Employees may park in designated employee or student parking lots. Adjunct faculty may park in any area designated for student, visitor or employees. Students and teaching assistants must park in designated student areas. Individuals needing special accommodations, such as a handicap permit, must provide documentation from an attending physician to substantiate the request.
Get directions from your location (Google maps)
From the north:I-29/I-35 southOver the Christopher Bond Bridge Take first left exit to the Paseo Blvd. Turn left on Independence Ave. (24 Hwy) Turn left on WoodlandFrom the east: I-70 westTake exit 3A (the Paseo exit—north)Turn right and go eight blocks (to the seventh stop light)Turn right on Independence Ave. (24 Hwy) Turn left onto WoodlandFrom the west:I-70 eastTake exit 2H (24 Hwy East)Turn right onto Independence Ave. (24 Hwy)Take Independence Ave. to fourth stop lightTurn left onto WoodlandFrom the southwest:I-35 north or I-670 eastTake I-70 eastMove to the left lane immediately Take 2N exit which is I-35 northTake 2H exit which is Admiral Blvd.Turn right on Admiral Blvd.Turn left onto Woodland
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