Aerial photograph of the Immaculate Conception Chapel

Directions to the School of Law

Located two miles from downtown Dayton and bordered by a quiet, suburban neighborhood, the University of Dayton is easily accessible. So schedule your visit, pack your bags and select your favorite method of travel. We look forward to seeing you!

From I-75, southbound (from Toledo)

Exit I-75 at #51 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard. Turn left and follow Edwin C. Moses Boulevard east to Stewart Street. Turn right and continue on Stewart Street to the University of Dayton entrance at College Park Avenue. Follow College Park Avenue to the Visitor Parking Information Center, and stop for a parking permit.

From I-75, northbound (from Cincinnati)

Exit I-75 at #51 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard. Turn right and follow Edwin C. Moses Boulevard east to Stewart Street. Turn right and continue on Stewart Street to the University of Dayton entrance at College Park Avenue. Follow College Park Avenue to the Visitor Parking Information Center, and stop for a parking permit.

From I-70, westbound (from Columbus)

Exit I-70 at I-675. Proceed southbound to state route 35. Take state route 35 west (toward Dayton) to I-75. Take I-75 south one exit to #51 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard. Turn left and follow Edwin C. Moses Boulevard east to Stewart Street. Turn right and continue on Stewart Street to the University of Dayton entrance at College Park Avenue. Follow College Park Avenue to the Visitor Parking Information Center, and stop for a parking permit.

From I-70, eastbound (from Indianapolis)

Exit I-70 at I-75 south. Proceed southbound through Dayton and exit at #51 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard. Turn left and follow Edwin C. Moses Boulevard east to Stewart Street. Turn right and continue on Stewart Street to the University of Dayton entrance at College Park Avenue. Follow College Park Avenue to the Visitor Parking Information Center, and stop for a parking permit.

Getting to UD by Plane

Prefer to fly? The Dayton International Airport is conveniently located 15 miles north of the center of Dayton and is served by most major carriers.