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The interactive map below can identify and provide directions to campus destinations, and even note nearby parking lots. Just click on an building, type your initial location, and click "Get Directions". Or navigate alternate campus views such as the Walkabout map or Parking map by clicking its box at the top of the map.
UD's main campus is in Newark ("New Ark"), which offers the charm of a small college town, with easy access to major metropolitan areas. UD also has campuses in Wilmington, Dover, Georgetown, and Lewes, Del., and facilities in London and Paris.
Paradee Center/Kent County Cooperative Extension
Paradee Center/Kent County Cooperative Extension
Located near the northern tip of Delaware in Newark, the University is convenient to East Coast cities, including:
New York City:
2 1/2 hrs
From the north: Take I-95 South to Delaware Exit 1-B — Route 896 North, which becomes South College Avenue at the intersection of Route 4. Continue straight on South College Avenue for approx. two miles, past such landmarks as the Bob Carpenter/Sports Convocation Center, Delaware Stadium, and the Delaware Field House. Continue going straight through the intersection of South College Avenue and Park Place until you reach the Visitors Center and the entrance to Visitors Parking Lot #41 on your left. After parking, walk north to the intersection of Kent Way and South College Avenue. Cross the intersection and resume walking a short distance north. Hullihen Hall will be on your right.
From the south: Take I-95 North to Delaware Exit 1 — Route 896 North, which becomes South College Avenue at the intersection of Route 4. Continue straight on South College Avenue for approx. two miles, past such landmarks as the Bob Carpenter/Sports Convocation Center, Delaware Stadium, and the Delaware Field House. The Visitors Center and entrance to Visitors Parking Lot #41 will be on your left. After parking, walk north to the intersection of Kent Way and South College Avenue. Cross the intersection and resume walking a short distance north. Hullihen Hall will be on your right.
From the west: Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike East to Route 283 South. Continue on Route 283 South, which becomes Route 30 East outside of Lancaster, to Route 896 South. As you reach campus and cross the railroad tracks, immediately turn left onto Delaware Avenue and right (at the second traffic light) onto South College Avenue. Continue straight on South College Avenue to Visitors Parking Lot #41. Turn right into Visitors Parking Lot #41 (adjacent to the Visitors Center). After parking, walk north to the intersection of Kent Way and South College Avenue. Cross the intersection and resume walking a short distance north. Hullihen Hall will be on your right.
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL): Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is an airport serving one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States. Owned by the City of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Airport System (comprised of Philadelphia International Airport and Northeast Philadelphia Airport) is operated by the Department of Commerce's Division of Aviation. The Airport consists of seven (7) terminals (A-West, A-East, B, C, D, E and F) and four runways (9R/27L - 10,500 ft.; 9L-27R - 9,500 ft.; 17/35 - 5,500 ft.; 8/26 - 5,000 ft.)
Located seven (7) miles from downtown Philadelphia, the Airport is easily accessible from Interstates 76, 95, and 476.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) : Operated by the Maryland Aviation Administration, Maryland Department of Transportation. It is 1.976 million square feet (45.4 acres); 5 concourses (4 domestic, 1 international/swing); 69 jet gates, 9 gates dedicated to commuter aircraft
SEPTA (Regional Rail)
AMTRAK: AMTRAK operates a nationwide rail network, serving more than 500 destinations in 46 states on 21,000 miles of routes, with nearly 19,000 employees. The name "AMTRAK" is the blending of the words "America" and "track." It is properly used in documents with only the first letter capitalized. The railroad is also known as the National Railroad Passenger Corporation.
SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority): The Pennsylvania General Assembly established the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) to provide public transit services for Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties. SEPTA is the nation’s fifth largest public transportation system, with a vast network of fixed route services including bus, subway/elevated, trackless trolley, light rail, and commuter rail serving a 2,200 square mile service region.
UD Shuttle Bus Service
Newark Unicity Bus System
831-1187(UD Transit) or 366-7030
DART (Delaware Bus)
Newark Unicity Bus System: The UNICITY Bus System is a service of the CITY OF NEWARK and UD TRANSIT of the University of Delaware, with funding assistance from the State of Delaware. 831-1187(UD Transit) or 366-7030 (Newark Planning)
Buses operate Monday through Friday EXCEPT New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
DART (Delaware Transit Corporation): Transit information, maps, and schedules. Serves the public transit needs of the entire state of Delaware. The mission of DART First State and the Delaware Transit Corporation, an operating division of the Delaware Department of Transportation, is to design and provide the highest quality public transportation services that satisfy the needs of the customer and the community.
Greyhound: Founded in 1914, Greyhound Lines, Inc. is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving more than 2,300 destinations with 13,000 daily departures across North America. It has become an American icon, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to nearly 25 million passengers each year. The Greyhound running dog is one of the most-recognized brands in the world.