Moravian College has two beautiful and historic campuses located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, just a short drive from Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington, D.C. The campuses are easy to navigate and commute between.
Main Street Campus: North
The Main Street—or North—Campus is located in within eight blocks of a residential area. This campus is the center of daily life for most students, as it is home to the Reeves Library, Haupert Union Building (the HUB), and the athletics center. Nearly all students spend part of their day on “North Campus”--in classes, doing research, hanging around the Quad attending events, or participating in student clubs and activities.
Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus: South
The Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus is located eight blocks south of the Main Street Campus, in the Bethlehem Historic District. “South Campus” is home to Moravian’s music and art departments, as well as housing options for students. Concert halls, the Payne Art Gallery, art classrooms and studios, practice rooms, and creative-arts technology labs are all found here.
The Lehigh Valley is approximately 60 miles north of Philadelphia and 90 miles west of New York. Several major highways, two bus companies, and the Lehigh Valley International Airport offer plenty of opportunities to access the Valley and Moravian College.
If traveling by bus (Greyhound or Trans Bridge), your destination should be the Bethlehem Transportation Center, if available. Additionally, the Lehigh Valley International Airport is a 15-minute drive from campus. It is served by several national and regional airlines.