College is about finding yourself--and sometimes about finding yourself somewhere else. Whether you prefer the big city or the middle of nowhere, you won't have to travel far.
Pittsburgh is a short and easy drive (it may as well be our home city). One of America's truly great cities, Pittsburgh has the National Aviary, a prestigious theatre district, professional baseball, football, and hockey teams, festivals for the arts and ethnic celebrations, and many breathtaking churches. There is always something worth doing in Pittsburgh.
Closer to home, Steubenville boasts a life-size reproduction of Fort Steuben, an early post-Revolution army outpost in the Northwest Territories, and many large outdoor murals throughout the city that tell the story of Steubenville and the Ohio Valley region.
To get away from the concrete jungles of the urban centers, spectacularly scenic state parks in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia are nearby, offering hiking, fishing, camping, golfing, and other activities. The foothills of the Appalachian Mountains hide many natural treasures around every green bend.
Commercial Flights: Pittsburgh International Airport is an easy 30 minute drive away for those flying commercial (driving directions below). Private Jets: The Jefferson County Airpark offers a convenient and pleasant welcome if you'd like to fly in yourself. Free use of a hangar may be possible upon request.
If you are a new student attending Spring 2012 Orientation, you can contact the Student Life Office to arrange to be picked up by the Orientation Transportation team on Thursday, January 12, 2012 at email@example.com or call 740-283-6470.
Here are some options for transportation to and from the airport.
- 50¢ toll road.
From North (I-80, PA or OH Turnpikes)
From points South--to the East or West (I-70):
From East (I-76):
Information for Future: