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All attendees are asked to park in the Greenville Avenue lot. (Lot 11)

 

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From Allentown (250 miles, 5 hours)

Go north on the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike to exit 35. At White Haven take I-80 west to exit 64. Follow directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Cleveland, OH (150 miles, approx. 2 1/2 hours)

Go east on Ohio Turnpike to exit gate 15. Follow I-80 east to PA exit 64. Follow directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Erie (100 miles, 2 hours)

Go south on I-79 to Meadville exit 36. Go east on Route 322 through Franklin to Clarion. Stay on Route 322 (Main Street) through the business district. At third light (7-Eleven Market)turn right onto Eighth Avenue. The campus is now on your left. Proceed through the next light (Wendy's) and bear left left on to Greenville Avenue (Eighth Avenue turns into Greenville Avenue at this point, there is no stop sign).

Follow Greenville Avenue, with campus on your left for approximately 200 yards. The Grunenwald Center for Science & Technology is the large brick and glass building with green copper accents.

 

From Harrisburg (200 miles, 4 hours)

Take Route 322 northwest past Lewistown. At Potter's Mills (Eutaw House Restaurant) bear right on Route 144. At Pleasant Gap turn right on Route 64 for approximately 3 miles. Turn left toward Bellefonte on Route 26 and follow to I-80. Go west on I-80 to exit 64. Follow the directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Pittsburgh-North Hills/Bethel Park Area (90 miles, 2 hours)

From I-80: Go north on I-79 to I-80. Follow I-80 east to exit 64. Follow directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Pittsburgh-Allegheny River/Route 28 (85 miles, 2 hours)

Go north on Route 28 to Kittanning. Follow Route 28/66 to New Bethlehem. In New Bethlehem turn left on Route 66 and follow to Clarion. Do not turn onto I-80. Go over I-80 and follow directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Philadelphia (300 miles, 6 hours)

Take the Schuylkill Expressway north to Pennsylvania Turnpike. Go west on Turnpike to Harrisburg East exit 19. Follow I-283 north to Route 322 west. Stay on Route 322 northwest through Lewistown. At Potter's Mills (Eutaw House Restaurant) bear right on Route 144. At Pleasant Gap turn right on Route 64 for approximately 3 miles. Turn left toward Bellefonte on Route 26 and follow to I-80. Go west on I-80 to PA exit 64 and follow the directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Wheeling, WV (150 miles, 3 hours)

Go east on I-70 to Washington, PA. Go north on I-79 to I-80. Follow I-80 east to exit 64. Follow directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Wilmington, DE (285 miles, 6 hours)

Go north on Route 202 to Pennsylvania Turnpike and follow west on I-76 (turnpike) to Harrisburg East exit 19. Follow I-283 north to Route 322 west. Stay on Route 322 northwest through Lewistown. At Potter's Mills (Eutaw House Restaurant) bear right on Route 144. At Pleasant Gap turn right on Route 64 for approximately 3 miles. Turn left toward Bellefonte on Route 26 all the way to I-80. Go west on I-80 to exit 64. Follow directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Youngstown, OH (85 miles, 1 1/2 hours)

Go east on I-80 to PA exit 64. Follow directions from I-80 exit 64.

 

From Interstate 80 (PA) Exit 64

From I-80 East (Harrisburg, Scranton, Philadelphia): Take Exit 64 right (Greenville Ave.) for about 2.5 miles. As you begin to enter campus, turn left into Parking Lot 11.  Look for brick buildings on your right and a short brick wall on your left.  Walk across the street to the Grunenwald Center for Science & Technology. It is the large brick and glass building with green copper accents.

From I-80 West (Slippery Rock, Youngstown, Erie): Take Exit 62 left (PA-68 North) for about 2 miles, then turn right at the light for Main St. (US-322) near the top of the hill. Continue through town and turn right at the light for 8th St (7/11 on the corner). Continue through one light, then veer left at the intersection. Turn right at the sign for Parking Lot 11. Walk across the street to the Grunenwald Center for Science & Technology. It is the large brick and glass building with green copper accents.