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Campus Visit Guide


Welcome to Campus! Thank you for scheduling a visit to our campus at _______ (a.m./p.m.) on _____________. Please report to Miller Hall, Room 108 (Admissions Office) when you arrive. You will find a campus map and directions in this brochure, as well as other information that may be useful to you. If you have any questions, or need to change your visit time/date, contact Admissions at 1-(800) 225-7393.

Parking and Checking In

Park in the visitor lot next to Miller Hall (number 17 on map), or in any other designated visitors parking area. Use the attached parking pass in this lot.

What to expect when you visit • Guided tour of our campus • Admissions information session with an admissions counselor (fall sessions may be in a group format) • Arrangements can be made to attend a class, eat in our dining hall, or meet with a professor in your field of interest. If you have not already done so, please let us know what you are interested in doing while you are her, and we will be glad to help you make arrangements.

Special Visitation Days Also, consider visiting during one of our special Visitation Days. Held in the spring, summer and fall, Visitation Days include group tours, information sessions with faculty and staff, and the opportunity to learn about financial aid, service learning, athletics, study abroad, and other topics. Call 1-800-225-7393, or visit waynesburg.edu to get the dates for this year’s Visitation Days.


Getting Here

Places to Stay

By Car

Waynesburg

Morgantown

Washington

Comfort Inn (800) 225-5150

Hampton Inn (800) Hampton

Days Inn (800) 325-2525

Econo Lodge (800) 553-2666

Holiday Inn (800) Holiday

Hampton Inn (724) 222-4014

Micro Hotel (724) 627-0310

Ramada Inn (800) 2-Ramada

Ramada Inn (800) 2-Ramada

From the north: Take I-79 South to Exit 14, approximately 20 miles south of the intersection with I-70. Follow the directions below to our campus. From the south: Take I-79 North to Exit 14, approximately 15 miles north of the border of Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and 20 miles north of the intersection of I-79 and I-68 in West Virginia. Follow the directions below to our campus. From the east: Take I-70 West to I-79 South. Take I-79 South to Exit 14. Follow the directions below to our campus, or take I-68 West to I-79 North. Take I-79 North to Exit 14. Follow the directions below to our campus. From the west: Take I-70 East to I-79 South in Washington, PA. Take I-79 South to Exit 14. Follow the directions below to our campus. Directions to our campus from Exit 14: Take Exit 14 off Interstate 79. At the end of the ramp, make a right onto Rt. 21 West. Go approximately 1 mile to a “T� and traffic light. Make a right at the light, remaining on Rt. 21. Continue five more traffic lights - approximately 1.2 miles - then make a right onto Washington Street (the courthouse will be on your left). At the next stop sign, enter the campus by continuing straight up the hill. Continue two blocks, and turn left onto College Street. Miller Hall is the second building on the right. Continue to the end of the block, and turn right onto Morris Street (one-way). Make the next right into the Miller Hall parking lot.

By Air

Waynesburg is located approximately one hour from Pittsburgh International Airport. Car rentals are available at the airport. To get to Waynesburg from the airport, take I-376 toward Pittsburgh. Follow I-376 to I-79 South toward Washington. Take I-79 South toward Morgantown to Exit 14. Then follow the directions to our campus.

Super 8 Motel (800) 800-8000

Springhill Suites by Mariott

Hampton Inn (800) Hampton

(888) 287-9400

Restaurants

Waynesburg offers a variety of family, pizza, fast food, ethnic and other restaurants. For information, contact us: Waynesburg University 51 West College St. Waynesburg, PA 15370

Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/ Southpointe (724) 743-5000 Doubletree by Hilton PittsburghMeadowlands (724) 222-6200 Cambria Suites by Choice Hotels (724) 223-5555

1.800.225.7393 www.waynesburg.edu admissions@waynesburg.edu Waynesburg University admits students of any race, color, sex, disability, religion and national or ethnic origin. It is the policy of Waynesburg University not to discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs, admissions policies, activities or employment, as required by Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments.


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Athletic Field Complex

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Benedum Hall Fine Arts Center Buhl Humanities Building Burns Hall* Carl D. Johnson Commons Center for Research and Economic Development (CRED) CSI Center Denny Hall* Eberly Library Fitness Center Fountain Park Goodwin House Goodwin Performing Arts Center (GPAC) Hanna Hall Marisa Field House/Gymnasium Marine Biology Lab Martin Hall* Miller Hall/Admissions Office

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Monument Park Paul R. Stewart Museum Paul R. Stewart Science Hall Physical Plant Pollock Hall* President’s Home Ray Hall* Roberts Chapel Stone Guest House Stover Campus Center Student Health Services Thayer Hall* University Relations Office Veterans Memorial Plaza West-South-East Halls* Willison Residence Hall* Permit Parking Visitor Parking Residence Halls

Erie

90

Cleveland

Ohio

Akron

Binghamton

79 80

Youngstown

Pittsburgh Harrisburg Wheeling Washington 76

Morgantown

Athens

50

Parkersburg 77

Huntington

79

68

West Virginia Staunton 81 64

Virginia

Hartford 84

78 76

Philadelphia 95

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79

Charleston 77

81

New Jersey

Baltimore 66

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New York City

Pennsylvania

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Scranton

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Columbus

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Albany

New York

Delaware

Washington, D.C.

Maryland

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Richmond 64

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Place in dash of vehicle

cut along line and place on dash board

Visitor Parking Pass


at-a-glance

16 annual

internation and domestic

service trips

70+

1,400

undergraduate students

undergraduate programs

1,000 graduate

& professional students

13:1

1 hour south of Pittsbugh

Study Abroad

opportunities

18

student to faculty ratio

Men’s & Women’s NCAA Division III varsity teams

Waynesburg University is a private, comprehensive Christian University founded in 1849, founded by Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Unviversities.

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institutions in Pennsylvania to offer the Bonner Scholar program


51 West College Street Waynesburg, PA 15370

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