Access to the Immaculata University campus can be made from two entrances off of King Rd, Gillet Drive and Alumnae Drive. The Immaculata Drive entrance at King Rd. will be closed to all traffic.
- Should be used by attendees who wish to drop off passengers at the entrance to the Commencement ceremony. Take Gillet Drive to Immaculata Drive and turn left. Follow the signs to the Passenger Drop Off.
- Should be used by faculty, members of the Board of Trustees and special guests to access the Reserved Parking Area (Lot D).
- Should be used to drop off graduates at Great Hall (Lourdes Hall)
- To access the various open campus parking lots.
Commencement Ceremony Entrance
The entrance into the Commencement ceremony for family and guests is on Immaculata Drive at Nazareth Circle. This is also the location for passenger drop off.
Open Campus Parking Areas
Lot A - Located between Immaculata and Alumnae Drives.
Lot B - Alumnae Drive at the athletic fields.
Lot C - Loyola Drive.
Lot F - Loyola Circle
Lot G - Alumnae Drive
Lot H - Loyola Drive
Lot I - Alumnae Drive
Person with Disability Parking
Parking Lot A will have designated spaces available for vehicles with an official ‘Person with Disability’ license plate or placard.
Overflow Parking Areas
When the campus parking lots are full, the following overflow parking lot will be used:
Villa Maria House of Studies (HOS)
The House of Studies is located on the south side of King Rd. The entrance driveway is just east of Immaculata University’s Gillet Drive.
*NOTE: Shuttle buses will transport guests from designated stops in campus parking lots and the overflow parking areas before and after the ceremony. Shuttles will cease operations one hour after the end of the ceremony.
Restricted Parking Areas
Lot D - Reserved for Faculty, members of the Board of Trustees, and Special Guests.
Lot E - Reserved for University staff.
Parking is not permitted along any of the campus roadways. Parking on these roadways will restrict the smooth flow of traffic. More importantly, parked vehicles may impede the access of emergency vehicles.