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Enrollment: More than 1,400 students from 29 states from Maine to Alaska and 30 countries including Ghana, India, Ukraine, Ecuador, Germany, Peru and South Africa
Campus: 84-acres; nationally registered arboretum with more than 130 species of trees
Faculty: 10:1 student-faculty ratio; 73 full-time professors
Class Size: Average class size of 20
Nearby: One hour from Philadelphia; less than two hours from New York City; three hours from Washington, D.C. More than 24,000 college students at eight private and public colleges and universities within 30 minutes of campus
Cedar Crest College is easily accessible via Route 22, Interstate 78, Route 309, and the Northeast Extension (I-476 N, formerly PA Route 9) of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The campus is one hour from Philadelphia and less than two hours from New York City.
From around the Lehigh Valley, take Route 22 to the Cedar Crest Blvd. Exit. Turn left onto Cedar Crest Blvd. and travel through four traffic lights. Turn left onto the campus.
From the Pennsylvania Turnpike, take the Northeast Extension (I-476 formerly PA Route 9) to Exit 56 (Formerly Exit 33 Lehigh Valley). Follow Route 22 East to Cedar Crest Blvd. Turn left onto Cedar Crest Blvd. and travel through 4 traffic lights. Turn left onto the campus.
From Route 309 and Interstate 78 (309 and 78 merge together) follow 309/78 to Cedar Crest Blvd. Exit 55. If traveling 309 S/78 E turn left on Cedar Crest Blvd. and travel through 5 traffic lights. Turn right onto campus. If traveling 309 N/ 78 W turn right onto Cedar Crest Blvd. and travel through 4 traffic lights. Turn right onto campus.
The office of residence life at Cedar Crest College provides a safe, comfortable and educational living environment for resident students. Furthermore, our staff is committed to the overall growth, development and academic success of students in the residence halls.