Bloomsburg University Campus Map

Life as a Husky is full of adventure. When you enroll at Bloomsburg, you’ll join a vibrant, active, inclusive community and build relationships that last a lifetime.

The official 2020 Baseball schedule for the Bloomsburg University Huskies. The official 2020 Baseball schedule for the Bloomsburg University Huskies. Media From the AD's Desk 'Beyond the Bench' Interview Series Cheerleading Club Sports Intramurals Visitors' Guide Directions Campus Map Ticket Information Tailgate Zone Roongo Roongo Request. North of Bloomsburg: From the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area, take I-81 south to I-80 west to Exit 236A south The Williamsport area: Take I-180 south to I-80 east to Exit 236. From Exit 236, take Route 487 south and follow signs to campus, approximately one mile.

Bloomsburg University Visitor Map and Directions ADMISSIONS: 570-389-4316 UNIVERSITY POLICE: 570-389-4168 GENERAL DIRECTIONS: Use Exit 236 from I-80. Travel about 1 mile south on Route 487 (Lightstreet Road). Enter Bloomsburg University at traffic light (Swisher Drive). Follow road until you pass Chestnut Street. Bloomsburg University overlooks the town of Bloomsburg, and is situated a few hundred yards from the community's business district. Geisinger-Bloomsburg Hospital is across the street from a cluster of residence halls.

You’ll Feel Right at Home

Our 366-acre campus includes seven residence halls, three apartment buildings, one all-suite-style high rise, 14 places to grab a meal, and countless ways to feel right at home.

The town of Bloomsburg, at the foot of campus, offers an ever-expanding array of dining, entertainment, lodging and shopping options for every need and taste. The nearby Susquehanna River plays host to endless outdoor fun, such as biking, hiking and boating.

Bloomsburg University Campus Map

Get ready to have the time of your life!

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Bloomsburg Campus Map

With clubs and organizations ranging from community service to the arts to business to entertainment, you’ll have endless opportunities to develop your leadership skills, flex your creativity, and grow both professionally and personally.

As a Husky, you can make the most of your time outside the classroom.

When visionary leader Henry Carver came to Bloomsburg, he saw something in the hardworking residents of a small town in eastern Pennsylvania. So he carved out a spot on a hill to make a place where education would be accessible, work ethic would be non-negotiable, and Huskies would always have a home.

Welcome to Bloomsburg, the only ‘town’ in Pennsylvania and the home of Bloomsburg University – where small-town charm bumps right into big city opportunities.

Just a short walk from campus you’ll be in downtown Bloomsburg and on historic Main Street. That’s where you’ll find a variety of boutique shops, galleries, eateries and office buildings as well as the Town Hall, County Courthouse, Public Library and U.S. Post Office. And don’t forget to visit the 44,700-square-foot Greenly Center, home of the Office of Corporate and Continuing Education, the Bloomsburg University Foundation and the Sekisui Professional Experience Lab.

Need to get away from the hustle and bustle of campus, head down to the Town Park and enjoy some time relaxing by the river. Looking for a professional live theatre, the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble has you covered. Or maybe you’re into fairs and carnivals like the annual Renaissance Jamboree and of course the famous Bloomsburg Fair – the largest fair in Pennsylvania.

What's nearby?

Within about five miles of the Bloomsburg University campus you'll find several shopping and dining locations including:

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  • Major retailers
  • Grocery stores
  • Home improvement centers
  • Pharmacies
  • Restaurant chains
  • Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine
Bloomsburg University Campus Map

Bloomsburg University Campus Map

Whatever you’re into you’ll find the town of Bloomsburg is in the sweet spot. You’ll have all the perks of a small town where you can focus on your academics but still be in close proximity to different perspectives and exciting events in major cities like Philadelphia, New York City, Baltimore and Washington, D.C.