About the CIB (Cyberinfrastructure Building)

The Cyberinfrastructure Building, located at the intersection of Tenth Street and the State Road 45/46 Bypass in the IU Technology Park East, houses the offices of most UITS departments at Indiana University Bloomington.

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Official street address

2709 E. Tenth Street
Bloomington, IN 47408-2671

Phone and fax

  • Phone: 812-855-9255
  • Fax: 812-855-8299

Public access and guest badges

The lobby area of the CIB is open to the public, and includes a cafe.

To access the rest of the building, visitors must sign in at the front desk to receive a temporary visitor's badge to be worn at all times while in the secure areas of the building. You'll need to be accompanied in these areas by a UITS employee of the group you're visiting. When you have finished your business, return your visitor's badge to the receptionist and sign out.

Parking

For the most convenient access to the CIB, enter the technology park through the Tenth Street entrance. Metered visitor spaces are available in the parking lot at this entrance; you can also access EM-P and EM-S permit spaces near the CIB, or EM-P, EM-S, and ST spaces in the lots immediately to the east of the University Gym and the Innovation Center. If you have difficulty locating available visitor spaces, contact the CIB receptionist at 812-855-9255.

The parking lots accessed from the Bypass (via Range Road/Fourteenth Street) have permit spaces; these lots do not connect internally to the Tenth Street lots.

Public transit

The CIB is on Bloomington Transit's Route 6 (Campus Shuttle), between the stops for Fountain Park Apartments and Eigenmann Hall. In addition, Route 9 (IU Campus/College Mall/Campus Corner) stops nearby at Tulip Tree Apartments. All IU students ride free with a student ID card. Faculty and staff may request a free bus pass from Campus Card Services; see Bus Pass Information. For route maps, schedules, and other information, see Bloomington Transit.

Note:
Current campus cards, including CampusAccess, Jagtag, UCard, and others, are being replaced by CrimsonCard, the new official photo ID card for all IU campuses. For details, see About CrimsonCard.

Maps

You can see the location of the CIB on the IUB campus map. For directions from your location, see the CIB on Google Maps.

Directions

From the south (Third Street)

  1. From E. Third Street, turn north onto SR 46, and continue for 1/2 mile.
  2. From SR 46, turn right onto Tenth Street (SR 45).
  3. At the first entrance on the left, turn into the technology park. For parking closer to the CIB, turn left in front of the University Gym.

From the north (SR 37)

  1. From SR 37, turn east onto the SR 45/46 bypass and continue for 3.3 miles.
  2. From the SR 45/46 bypass, turn left onto Tenth Street (SR 45).
  3. At the first entrance on the left, turn into the technology park. For parking closer to the CIB, turn left in front of the University Gym.

From the west (Tenth Street)

  1. Head east on Tenth Street from campus.
  2. Continue straight from Tenth Street onto SR 45 N (crossing over SR 46).
  3. At the first entrance on the left after the intersection with the Bypass, turn into the technology park. For parking closer to the CIB, turn left in front of the University Gym.

From the east (Tenth Street)

  1. Head west on Tenth Street toward campus.
  2. Pass Pete Ellis Drive. The entrance to the technology park is the next right, just before the intersection with SR 46.
  3. After turning right into the technology park, for parking closer to the CIB, turn left in front of the University Gym.

E-book about the move to the CIB

Co-creating Change, an e-book by Laurie Antolovic' and Jan Holloway about the process of transitioning staff from their previous work areas to the open, flexible workplace model of the CIB, is available via IUScholarWorks.

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Last modified on 2017-02-21 13:46:43.

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