Parking, Driving Directions & Special Needs Seating DE
DIRECTIONS TO THE DELAWARE CAMPUS FROM WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND OHIO
Pennsylvania Turnpike east to Exit 23 Downingtown. Take Route 100 south to Route 202 south. Follow Route 202 south to Pennsylvania-Delaware border. The Delaware Campus is on the left, two miles past the state line.
DIRECTIONS TO THE DELAWARE CAMPUS FROM PHILADELPHIA
I-95 south to Exit 8/Route 202-Concord Pike. Take Route 202 north, following signs for West Chester. The Wilmington Campus is on the right, five miles north.
DIRECTIONS TO THE DELAWARE CAMPUS FROM EASTERN MARYLAND AND WASHINGTON, D.C.
I-95 north to Exit 8/Route 202-Concord Pike. Take Route 202 north, following signs for West Chester. The Wilmington Campus is on the right, five miles north.
Parking is available on campus in designated lots on a first come basis. When the lots on cam-pus are filled, the entrances will be closed. Additional parking is available next door in the Scrimmages parking lot and behind the DoubleTree Hotel.
TOBACCO FREE CAMPUS
Widener University has adopted a Tobacco Free Policy on all campuses. Use of any tobacco product is prohibited on campus.
SPECIAL NEEDS PARKING AND SEATING
Seating and parking are available for family members and guests using wheelchairs or for those who have other conditions that prohibit them from walking to their seats on the lawn. Forms to obtain tickets to the special seating area are available at the Registrar’s Office or on the website. Completed forms must be returned by Friday, May 11, 2012. Upon receipt of the completed form, the graduate will exchange two white tickets for a pass to present at commencement in order to gain access to the designated parking and seating areas. Requests received late will be honored on a space-available basis. Due to the limitations of seating space, we cannot guarantee that entire families will be seated in the special needs section but will permit one additional person to be seated in that area with each special needs request. Wheelchairs and ushers are available to assist guests with difficulty walking from the special needs drop-off point to the seats. Due to a limited number, the wheelchairs are not avail-able for use as seating during the ceremony. A live video feed of the entire ceremony will be viewable from all rooms in Polishook Hall. Guests with special needs and families with very young children are particularly encouraged to make themselves comfortable in Pol-ishook Hall, if outdoor conditions are not favorable.