Directions to Campus

Our street address is:
464 East Walnut Street
Pasadena, California 91101
 
If you are visiting Providence, temporary street parking is available around the campus. There is also a campus parking lot at the cross streets of Los Robles Avenue and Ford Place.

There are directions from nearby airports below the map.
 

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Directions from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

Drive time is approximately 40 minutes.

  1. Head west on Century Fwy/Glenn Anderson Fwy/E Imperial Hwy/Transit Way toward California St
  2. Make a U-turn at California St
  3. Continue onto I-105 E
  4. Take the exit on the left onto I-110 N
  5. Continue onto CA-110 N
  6. Turn right onto E. Glenarm St.
  7. At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto S. Los Robles Ave.
  8. Turn right onto E. Walnut St. Destination will be on the right.

Directions from Ontario International Airport (ONT)

Drive time is approximately 50 minutes.

  1. Head east from terminals
  2. Turn left toward Archibald Ave
  3. Continue straight onto Archibald Ave
  4. Turn left to merge onto I-10 W toward Los Angeles
  5. Take exit 42 for CA-57 N toward Interstate 210 Fwy
  6. Merge onto CA-71 N
  7. Merge onto CA-57 N
  8. Take exit 25C to merge onto Foothill Fwy/I-210 W toward Pasadena
  9. Use the right lane to take exit 26B toward Lake Avenue.
  10. Take a left on N. Wilson Ave.
  11. Take a right on Walnut St.
  12. Continue driving until you reach the campus. Destination will on your left.

 

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