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The University of Scranton is located in Northeastern Pennsylvania in the center of the city of Scranton.  The campus is 2 hours from New York City and 2 hours from Philadelphia and is easily accessible by car, bus or air.  The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre International Airport (AVP) is only a fifteen minute drive from campus. The OISSS offers a complimentary pick-up service for new international students arriving at the Scranton airport/bus terminal so that they are escorted to The University. 

Bus

The University of Scranton has contracted with the County of Lackawanna Transit System (COLTS) to give students, faculty and staff access to all 31 COLTS routes. Through the COLTS Campus Connections service, members of The University community are able to ride all COLTS buses for free with their student ID cards.

Scranton is conveniently located 2 hours away from major cities, such as New York and Philadelphia. Students are able to take a bus at the Martz Bus Terminal, which is located in downtown Scranton on 23 Lackawanna Avenue. Martz Trailways runs many schedules to and from New York City and Philadelphia throughout the course of the day.