We have two testing locations, one on the Northwest corner of the campus in O'Boyle Hall, and the other in Nursing/Biology building adjacent to the CUA/Brookland Metro stop. The O'Boyle location is most convenient for visitors who drive whereas the Nursing/Biology site is very convenient for those arriving by Metro. Details are provided below.
Cognitive Aging Lab
100 O'Boyle Hall
O'Boyle Hall is located in the Northwest corner of the CUA campus in Northeast Washington, DC. Driving directions and a downloadable campus map are available on the CUA web site (here). If you are traveling by Metro, take the Red Line in the direction of Glenmont to the CUA/Brookland stop (Metro maps here). Leave the station via the West (left) exit and you will emerge across from the campus. Follow the CUA map or Google map directions (here) approximately .8 miles to O'Boyle Hall. The Cognitive Aging Laboratory is located on the first floor directly ahead of the main entrance to the building.
Cognitive Aging Lab Annex
254 Nursing/Biology Building
The Nursing/Biology building is centrally located on the CUA campus in Northeast Washington, DC, adjacent to the CUA Metro stop (see campus map here). Take the Red Line in the direction of Glenmont to the CUA/Brookland stop (Metro maps here). Leave the station via the West (left) exit and you will emerge across from the campus. Walk about 100 ft. onto the campus and past the entrance to Nursing on the left (Gowan Hall) and enter the building via the second entrance on your left. Turn left through the double doors and go up one flight where you will see a large 3 on the wall. You are actually on the 2nd floor of Nursing/Biology. Pass through the double doors on the left and over the glass passage to our "annex" room midway down the hall on the right (Rm 254).