ADA Building Access and Gender Neutral Restrooms

ADA Access by Building

Building Access
MacLean
112 S. Michigan Ave.
The building's automatic entrance door is located 2 doors south on Michigan Ave and can be opened with SAIC keycard swipe or tap the numbers on the panel. This elevator takes riders to the 1st floor where security desk check-in with photo ID is required. To reach the MacLean Ballroom from the security desk, take the main bank of elevators to floor 2M.
Lakeview Building
116 S. Michigan Ave.
The building is equipped with an automatic entrance door leading to elevators to all floors. All buildings at SAIC require security desk check-in with photo ID.
280 Building
280 S. Columbus Dr.
The building is equipped with an automatic entrance door. All floors are accessible via the elevator or wheelchair stair lift. All buildings at SAIC require security desk check-in with photo ID.
Sullivan Center
36 S. Wabash Ave.
Public access to the Sullivan Center Galleries is through the State Street entrace at 33 S. State St. The building is equipped with an automatic entrance door at both the Wabash and State St. entrances. All buildings at SAIC require security desk check-in with photo ID.
33 S. State Street, 7th Floor The building is equipped with an automatic entrance door. All buildings at SAIC require security desk check-in with photo ID.
Sharp Building
37 S. Wabash Ave.
The building is equipped with an automatic entrance door next to the revolving doors. Neiman Center gallery and lecture spaces are on the first floor. Upper floors can be accessed by elevators located just past the security desk. All buildings at SAIC require security desk check-in with photo ID.
Spertus Institue, 610 S. Michigan The building is equipped with an automatic entrance door. All buildings at SAIC require security desk check-in with photo ID.
Homan Square, 906 S. Homan Square The south side of the building is equipped with an automatic entrance door with a call box to alert the security desk to activate the door.
Museum, Rubloff, 230 S. Columbus Dr. Entry from 230 S. Columbus Dr. does not have an automatic entrance door, but staff are stationed at the doors for events. The auditorium is wheelchair accessible and and hearing assisted devices are available. Sign language interpretation is available upon request for any public lecture or gallery talk.
Museum, Fullterton Hall Fullterton Hall is accessible via the main (Michigan Ave) entrance of the museum. All museum auditoriums are equipped with designated wheelchair areas, and hearing assisted devices are available. Sign language interpretation is available upon request for any public lecture. All auditoriums are equipped with an assistive listening system that includes t-coil compatibility. Devices are available free of charge in the back of each auditorium. Earpieces are provided, and each device supports a standard 3.5mm connection for personal headphones or adaptive devices.

Gender Neutral Restrooms

Building Floor Single Stall Locations Multi Stall Locations
MacLean
112 S. Michigan Ave.
1 115  
  3
320
321
 
  4 427  
  13 1309  
Lakeview Building
116 S. Michigan Ave.
2 208  
  8 810  
  10 1016  
  13 1322  
  14 1430  
162 Residences
162 N. State St.
4  404  
280 Building
280 S. Columbus Dr.
2    213, 216
Sullivan Center
36 S. Wabash Ave.
12 1254  
Sharp Building
37 S. Wabash Ave.
2 250  
  3 341  
  6 608  
  10   1004
Jones Hall
7 W. Madison Ave.
3 309  
  15 1502C