UMIACS is headquartered in the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering on the University of Maryland campus at 8125 Paint Branch Drive, College Park, Maryland 20742. UMIACS administrative offices and the director's office are located on the third floor.

The closest metro station to the University of Maryland campus is the College Park–U of MD station on the Green Line. A free UMD shuttle bus (104) takes passengers from the metro station to campus every 15 minutes. Get off at the very first stop on campus—the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel Building—and walk two minutes to the Iribe Center.

The closest parking lot to the Iribe Center is located diagonally across the street next to The Hotel. Payment is accessible through the QR code signs on site, and costs $4 per hour or $15 per day.

The closest visitor parking on the UMD campus is in Regents Parking Garage, which is about a 15-minute walk to the Iribe Center. Visitor parking starts at $3.45 an hour or $15 per day, and is accessible at pay stations or through the Parkmobile app. More Information on visitor parking at UMD is here.

Regional Trains
To reach the UMD campus via Amtrak, visitors can get off at the New Carrollton Metro/Amtrak Station and take the F6 bus to College Park. Amtrak also services Union Station in Washington, D.C., which is accessible via the red and green metro lines by transferring at the Fort Totten station.

The MARC Camden line also stops at the College Park-U of MD station Monday–Friday during commute hours.

Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) is located about 30 miles north of the university. Driving time is approximately 45 minutes depending on traffic. A taxi would cost around $80.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is located in Arlington, Virginia about 20 miles from College Park. Approximate driving time is 45 minutes depending on D.C. rush hour. A taxi directly from the airport is about $90. You can also take the Washington Metro from the airport. Board the Yellow Line toward Fort Totten/Greenbelt. The Yellow Line terminates at Convention Center stop, where you must exit and switch to a Green Line train toward Greenbelt.

Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located in Dulles, Virginia about 40 miles from College Park. Driving time is approximately one hour. A taxi will cost at least $100. The silver line goes from Dulles into Washington, D.C, where you will need to transfer to Green Line train heading toward College Park.

Super Shuttle provides van service and discounts for more than one person traveling together.