Parking & Venue

A page within Physical Electronics Conference (PEC)

Location: July 31, 2023

Entertainment Cafe, Lower Level
Student Union
521 East Avenue North
La Crosse, WI 54601

Location: August 1–3, 2023

Room 1300
Centennial Hall
308 16th Street North
La Crosse, WI 54601

UW-La Crosse campus map

UWL maps, building floor plans and directions

PEC parking at UW-La Crosse

You are responsible for purchasing your own parking pass. You may purchase a parking pass in advance at the following rates:

  • $20, PEC Conference: July 31–August 3, 2023

Purchase Parking Pass

General parking information

Any citations issued by the UW-La Crosse Parking and Transportation Office or City of La Crosse Police are your responsibility. Please direct any questions, comments, citation appeals to the appropriate agency:

About UW-La Crosse

U.S. News & World Report has promoted UWL to its “Top Public Schools Among National Universities.” The 2023 rank lists UWL the No. 1 public university in Wisconsin with less than 25,000 students. The magazine also lists UWL among “Top Performers on Social Mobility,” identifying schools successfully assisting students from low-income families through college to graduation.

UWL is No. 1 in awarding physics bachelor’s degrees nationwide, according to the American Physical Society. UWL awarded an average of 35 degrees annually between 2015–17, making it No. 1 among bachelor’s degree-granting institutions.

UWL Physics Professor Seth King was named the 2022 Carl E. Gulbrandsen Innovator of the Year by WiSys, a state nonprofit organization that works with the UW System. The award is given to UW System faculty, staff or students who make exemplary contributions as a WiSys innovator.

UWL received the 2021 Campus-Wide Award for Undergraduate Research Accomplishments. The national Council on Undergraduate Research citation recognizes campuses providing high-quality research experiences to undergraduates.

About La Crosse, Wisconsin

La Crosse is a community of approximately 50,000 located in western Wisconsin and lies on the Mississippi River, nestled between majestic bluffs. It is often called "God's Country" due to its picturesque beauty. Scenic bluffs, coulees, woods and streams surround the city making it a favorite stop for boaters and campers in the spring, summer and fall as well as skiers and snowmobilers in the winter. La Crosse is a river town, with all the charm and romance of the steamboat era. Learn more about La Crosse, Wisconsin at: