The campus visit is an important part of the decision making process. We hope you will come to campus to experience Scranton for yourself. Please choose a visit option below or call the Visitor's Center at 570-941-6654 to schedule a visit. We offer the following visit opportunities:
Graduate Information Receptions: This session will provide you with the opportunity to meet with staff from the Office of Graduate & International Admissions as well as faculty from your program of interest. You will learn the application and admission process and speak with faculty on the academic details of your program. Information receptions are hosted once a month within the Office of Graduate & International Admissions.
Personal Appointments: This half hour individual appointment with a member of the Graduate Admissions staff is non-evaluative and will provide you with information on the application and admission process. Personal appointments are offered based on the availability of the staff.
Directions & Parking
The University of Scranton is easily reached by car and air. Located off Interstate 81 in Northeastern Pennsylvania, driving time from New York City, Philadelphia and Syracuse is just two hours, with Trenton and Hartford less than three hours away.
- GPS Address of Parking Pavilion:
820 Mulberry Street, Scranton, PA 18510
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From the North:
I-81 South to Exit 185*
From the West:
I-80 East to I-81 North to Exit 185*
From Connecticut and New England:
I-84 West to I-81 South to Exit 185*
From New York and Northern New Jersey:
I-80 West to I-380 North to I-81 South to Exit 185*
From Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey:
Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike
(I-476) to Exit 115, then I-81 North to Exit 185*
From Baltimore and Washington:
I-83 North to I-81 North to Exit 185*
*From I-81 Exit 185 (Central Scranton Expressway):
Follow signs to campus (on right). Before the first traffic signal, turn sharply right onto Madison Avenue. Proceed 2 blocks and turn right at the light onto Mulberry Street. After 1 block, turn right into the main entrance (level 2) of the Parking and Public Safety Pavilion, and park in Visitor Parking. Campus maps and visitor parking permits are available in the Public Safety Office on Level 2 of the Pavilion.
Scranton's 58-acre hillside campus is in the heart of Scranton, a community of 75,000 within a greater metropolitan area of 750,000 people. Click on the 3-D map icons below to access interactive maps with zoomed-in views of the selected area.
From our campus, you can walk downtown to eat, shop, watch a movie, visit a museum, or see a show. Download a copy of our Downtown Walking Tour map.