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Tuesday, February 4, 2014
6:30–8:30 p.m.
The Haverford School
Upper School Building-lower level
Ball Auditorium
450 Lancaster Ave.
Haverford, PA 19041

Directions

The University of Vermont Admissions event is in the Upper School Building, Ball Auditorium, located on Lancaster Avenue. Parking is available immediately in front of the building. Additional parking can be found by turning right out of the main entrance onto Lancaster Avenue. Follow Lancaster Avenue for approximately 600 feet and turn right onto Station Street. Then take a quick right onto Railroad Avenue. Take next right into the Railroad Street entrance and parking lot. Parking will be on your right, near the Centennial Hall Performing Arts Center. Please look for signs to the Upper School Building.

To Haverford by Car:

From Center City Philadelphia: Take the Route 76 West (Schuylkill Expressway) toward Valley Forge. Approximately 4 miles from Center City, take the left lane exit to City Ave (Rt. 1) heading South. Travel almost 3 miles (past St. Joseph's University on the left) and look for St. Charles Seminary on the right, make right turn onto Lancaster Ave. (Rt. 30). Travel 3.3 miles through Ardmore and past Haverford College on the left -- The Haverford School's Lancaster Avenue entrance is on the left past Railroad Avenue.

From the Pennsylvania Turnpike: Exit the Turnpike to the Norristown Exit. Take Route 476 (the Blue Route) South, toward Chester. Get off at the Route 30 St. David's Exit (No. 13); turn right onto Route 30 East. Haverford is three miles, on the south side of Route 30.

From West Chester: Follow Route 3 (West Chester Pike) to Route 476 North. Follow 476 North for 12 miles to the Route 30 St. David's Exit (No. 13); turn right onto Route 30 East. Haverford is three miles, on the south side of Route 30.

To Haverford by Public Transportation:

Via Septa's Regional Rail Line: The Haverford Station is on the R5 Line, a five-minute walk from school. The R5 originates in Downingtown and ends in Doylestown, transiting through Suburban Station in Center City.

Via Septa's The Norristown High-Speed Line: Route 100 runs from 69th Street Station in Upper Darby to Norristown. There is a stop -- Haverford Station, Route 100 -- 0.3 miles from campus.

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Last modified February 10 2014 09:48 AM