Welcome to Newtown Campus
- More than 90 programs of study available, including two-year associate degrees and shorter-term certificates, plus continuing education and business and industry training.
- Facilities include library, computer labs, science labs, teleconference center, art studios and workshops, TV studios, auditorium, fitness center, and gymnasium
- Located adjacent to Tyler State Park, minutes from Interstate 95
Directions to Newtown Campus
From Lower Bucks:
Route 413 North through Langhorne Boro to the Newtown/Route 413 Bypass (traffic light after George School). Left onto Bypass and follow signs to College (approximately 3 miles on left).
From I-95: (I-295 East from Philadelphia/ I-295 West from New Jersey)
Take Exit 8 on I-295 - Newtown - Route 332. Proceed West towards Newtown and follow this road straight to the College entrance, approximately 5 miles on left. From the Pennsylvania Turnpike: PA Turnpike to Exit 28- Philadelphia. Proceed to Route 1 North to Route 413 North and follow directions from Lower Bucks.
From Upper Bucks (Doylestown and Quakertown):
Route 313 South to Route 263 North (Buckingham). Follow Route 263 North for 2.5 miles (Buckingham) to Route 413 South. Turn right and proceed for approximately 9 miles. At a "T" Intersection of Durham Road (Route 532), turn right and proceed to the next traffic light. Right onto Swamp Road. The College is 1/2 mile on the left.
From Upper Bucks (Riegelsville, Bethlehem, Easton):
Take Route 611 South (towards Doylestown) to Route 413 South. At a "T" Intersection of Durham Road (Route 532), turn right and proceed to the next traffic light. Right onto Swamp Road. The College is 1/2 mile on the left.
From Warminster, Warrington Area:
East on Street Road (Route 132) to Second Street Pike (Route 232). Left and go North on Second Street Pike to Route 332 East (Richboro/Newtown Road.) Turn right and proceed approximately 3 1/2 miles to Newtown/Route 413 Bypass. Left onto Bypass and at the next light continue straight ahead to Swamp Road. The College is approximately 1/2 mile on the left.
Septa's 130 Bus Route runs through Lower Bucks County to the College's Newtown campus five days a week, Monday through Friday.
For a schedule, visit Septa's Web Site.