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Driving Directions

Located on a beautiful campus just south of Lake Oswego, Oregon, on Highway 43, Marylhurst University is easy to reach from any direction.

Parking on our campus is free.

 

Public Transportation

Tri-Met bus number 35 serves Marylhurst University. Visit Tri-Met's site  for current bus route, schedule and fare information.

Driving

Use Mapquest to get directions from an exact location.

From Portland International Airport: (PDX)

  • Leave the airport on NE Airport Way
  • Take Interstate 205 SOUTH (toward Salem) and drive about 16 miles
  • Take EXIT 8 (West Linn-Lake Oswego)
  • Turn RIGHT onto Highway 43 (toward Lake Oswego)
      • The campus is approximately 3 miles down Highway 43, on the right side of the road

From Downtown Portland:

  • Go SOUTH on Macadam Avenue (Hwy 43)
  • Continue through Lake Oswego on State Street (Hwy 43)
  • Veer LEFT after crossing over Oswego Creek, continuing on Highway 43
  • The campus is approximately 1 mile south of downtown Lake Oswego on the left side of the road

From Salem and other points south:

  • Take I-5 NORTH
  • Take I-205 NORTH
  • Take EXIT 8 (West Linn-Lake Oswego)
  • Turn LEFT onto Highway 43 (toward Lake Oswego)
  • The campus is approximately 3 miles down Highway 43, on the right side of the road

From Vancouver and other points north:

  • Take I-5 SOUTH
  • Take EXIT 299A (Lake Oswego - Hwy 43)
  • Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto Highway 43
  • Continue through Lake Oswego on State Street (Hwy 43)
  • Veer LEFT after crossing over Oswego Creek, continuing on Highway 43
  • The campus is approximately 1 mile south on the left side of the road

From Beaverton and other points west:

  • Take Highway 217 SOUTH
  • Continue on Kruse Way (Hwy 217) until it ends at Boones Ferry Road
  • Turn LEFT on Boones Ferry
  • Turn RIGHT onto Country Club Road (toward downtown Lake Oswego)
  • Continue STRAIGHT on Country Club Road as it becomes A Avenue
  • Continue on A Avenue until it ends at State Street
  • Turn RIGHT on State Street (Hwy 43)
  • Veer LEFT after crossing over Oswego Creek, continuing on Highway 43
  • The campus is approximately 1 mile south of downtown Lake Oswego on the left side of the road

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