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College of Marin mailing address & driving directions from Highway 101
Kentfield campus       Kentfield Campus Map (PDF, 800 KB) indian valley Campus       Indian Valley Campus Map (PDF, 700 KB)

Address: 835 College Avenue
Kentfield, CA 94904
Tel: (415) 457-8811

Address: 1800 Ignacio Blvd.
Novato, CA 94949
Tel: (415) 457-8811

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Marin Transit   Marin Transit to Kentfield Campus (2013 Services Changes)
  Click on route to see schedule: 22 - 29

Marin Transit   Marin Transit to Indian Valley Campus (2013 Services Changes)
  Click on route to see schedule: 257 - 251 - 151

GoldenGateTransit logo   Golden Gate Transit to Kentfield Campus
  Click on route to see schedule: 18 - 24

 

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From Highway 101, take the San Anselmo exit (northbound) or the Sir Francis Drake Blvd. exit (southbound) and follow Sir Francis Drake Blvd. to College Ave. (seventh stoplight).

  • For Diamond Physical Education Center, Austin Science Center, Learning Resources Center (library and bookstore) and the Student Services Building (Admissions and Records), turn left on College Avenue.
  • For Performing Arts Building (James Dunn Theatre and Fine Arts Gallery), Fine Arts Building, and Fusselman Hall, stay on Sir Francis Drake Blvd., turning left on Laurel Ave. Park in college parking lots.

From Highway 101, take Ignacio Blvd. exit and continue on Ignacio Blvd. west (approx. two miles) to the Indian Valley Campus.

  • For Buildings 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 27 park in Lots 1 and 2.
  • For Fiscal Services, Buildings 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, park in Lots 3 and 4.
  • For Building 20, the pool, and the Organic Farm, park Lots 5 and 6.

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Parking - Kentfield Campus and Indian Valley Campus

Parking permits are required in student lots at all times, including evenings (Saturdays, Sundays and holidays excepted).

Semester Parking Stickers
The semester parking sticker may be purchased for $40 (subject to change) at the Offices of Admissions & Records Office at the Kentfield and Indian Valley Campuses. Proof of enrollment and valid identification required (only one permit per person). Summer session permits are $25 (subject to change).

Now currently enrolled students can order parking permits online with Parking Plus* and the term permit will be mailed to you.
*$3.50 processing fee applies to online order; payment by credit or debit card only.

Daily Parking Permits
As an alternative to purchasing a parking sticker, you may pay a $3.00 (subject to change) daily parking fee through parking permit dispensers (which only accept quarters) located throughout the parking lots at both campuses. Daily permits must be visible on the dashboard.

Stickers must be attached inside the vehicle on the lower left side of the front windshield. All vehicles improperly parked will be ticketed.

Disabled Students Parking
No parking permits are required for disabled students. A disabled placard or license plate issued by the State of California Department of Motor Vehicles must be displayed.

Financial Aid Students Parking
Students receiving Financial Aid are permitted to purchase parking stickers at half price.

Information
Student police cadets, when available, will escort staff and students from and to their cars at night. To arrange for a cadet escort, call 415.485.9455. The cadets also assist regular patrol officers with traffic and parking problems.

For further information, contact the Campus Police.
Kentfield Campus: 415.485.9455          
Indian Valley Campus: 415.883.3179

Bike to School

Marin County has many bike paths to help make biking to college easier. College of Marin has bike racks around campus for safe parking. More information about Marin County bike paths is available online.

 

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