DIRECTIONS TO KING’S COLLEGE
From Northern New Jersey, New York, and vicinity
Take I-80 West to the Delaware Water Gap and continue to either of the following routes:
- Follow I-80 West to Exit 277, the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Route 476) exit. Continue North on 476 to the first exit (exit 105, Wilkes Barre). Follow Route 115 north into Wilkes Barre. (See Entering Wilkes Barre)
- Follow I-80 West to Exit 284 (Blakeslee). Follow Route 115 north into Wilkes Barre. (See Entering Wilkes Barre)
From Central New Jersey
Follow I-287 North to I-80, then follow #1 or #2 above.
From New England
Follow I-84 West to I-380 West to I-81 South to Exit 170B (Route 115). (See Entering Wilkes Barre)
From Harrisburg, PA; Washington, DC; Maryland
Follow I-81 North to Wilkes Barre, Exit 170B (Route 115). (See Entering Wilkes Barre)
From Delaware, Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
Follow I-476 North (the Northeast Extension of the Philadelphia Turnpike) to Exit 105, Wilkes Barre. Follow Route 115 North. (See Entering Wilkes Barre)
From Western Pennsylvania
Follow I-80 East to I-81 North to Exit 170B (Route 115). (See Entering Wilkes Barre)
From Southern and Central New York State (Binghamton, Syracuse, etc.)
Follow I-81 South to Exit 170B (Route 115). (See Entering Wilkes Barre)
Entering Wilkes Barre
Route 115 North becomes Route 309. Follow Route 309 North to Exit 3 (Wilkes Barre/Plains). Follow the exit ramp to the traffic light and turn left onto North River Street. Follow North River Street for approximately 1.5 miles. You will come to a traffic light at which you will see the Luzerne County Courthouse on your right. Go throughthis light and take the next left onto West Jackson Street. (Do not go as far as the next light – there is no traffic light at West Jackson Street.) Go through the stop sign and to the light. Turn right onto North Main Street. You are now in front of Esseff Hall. Pull into a parking space (you may need to put money in the parking meter if you arrive before 6:00 p.m.) and come into Esseff Hall lobby to register.
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