The Northeast Philadelphia Campus is our main location in Philadelphia and the surrounding region. Northeast serves as home of the traditional undergraduate program, but also offers many courses in our graduate program. Additionally, this facility has student housing for full-time undergraduates. Located in a quiet, park-like suburban setting less than a mile from Bucks County, the campus provides ready access to the amenities of a major cosmopolitan center. With easy access to regional rail lines, city bus routes, and nearby expressways, the University serves as a gateway to Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love.
From I-95 North
Take the Academy Road exit (Exit 32). Turn right at first light onto Frankford Avenue. Holy Family is at Grant Avenue on the right.
From I-95 South
Take the Woodhaven Road exit (Exit 35) and follow signs for Bristol Pike/U.S. 13 South. Turn right at the light (Rt. 13 becomes Frankford Ave South). Proceed along Frankford Avenue, and the campus will be on your left.
From the Pennsylvania Turnpike Extension (I-276)
Take Exit 351 for Philadelphia. Follow U.S. Route 1 South (stay in the inner lanes) and turn left onto Grant Avenue. Follow Grant Avenue to Frankford Avenue and turn left.
From Tacony/Palmyra Bridge
Take the 2nd right at the end of the bridge onto State Road. Continue to I-95 North and follow above directions.
From Burlington Bristol Bridge
Take State Road south to Grant Avenue. Turn right onto Grant Avenue and proceed to Frankford Avenue.
Via Public Transportation
SEPTA Route 66 and Route 84 buses both have stops at Frankford and Grant Avenues. The SEPTA R7 regional rail line stops at the Torresdale Station (Grant Avenue and State Road). This is within walking distance of the University.