Getting Here & Parking | Bastyr University


Getting Here & Parking


We advise that you park in the main parking lot in front of the pillars at the building entrance, or in a lot nearby.

Parking is free for our Bastyr guests. However, a guest parking pass (pdf) must be displayed on your dashboard. Those without a pass risk being towed.  With a guest pass displayed on your dash you can park in any spot that is not reserved for a special population (i.e., handicap, carpool, faculty, board members and the president).

There are various ways to obtain a guest parking pass:

  • Participants of a continuing education seminar: Print a parking pass (pdf) and place it on your dash. Should you forget your parking pass, your seminar host can give you a pass upon check-in at the classroom.
  • Visitors to campus Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Stop at the reception office for a guest pass. Reception is located under the pillars at the building entrance.
  • Contact the continuing education department: Email continuinged[at]bastyr[dot]edu or call (425) 602-3152, and we will email you a pass that you can print out at home.

Transportation from Sea-Tac Airport

The Bastyr campus is a 40 to 90 minute drive from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, depending on time of day and traffic. Shuttle Express (1-800-487-7433) offers door-to-door service, as do commercial taxis. Although there is bus service to Bastyr, the route involves many transfers and there can be long waits.

Locate Your Class

The location for your class can be found in your registration confirmation email.

We recommend that you check the website prior to attending class for any classroom location changes.

We advise you to enter campus through the pillars at the main entrance. Under the pillars on the right is an electronic reader board that will list events and classes on campus along with classroom numbers.  Immediately below the reader board is a floor plan of the building.

On the day of the class, we will display colorful signage around campus directing you to your classroom.