Maps and Directions
We look forward to your visit to ESF!
If you can't view maps or need assistance with directions, parking, accessible entrances, or emergency call locations, call the ESF University Police at 315-470-4996.
Preparing to Visit ESF
Please make appointments for individual visits by calling the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at (315) 470-6600 and click here to register for on-campus and virtual events.
Visitors in need of accessible parking facilities must make arrangements for on-campus parking with ESF University Police by calling (315) 470-4996.
Parking for Admissions Events
If you made an appointment for an individual visit or event, you will receive a confirmation email with directions to parking and a parking pass to be placed on the dashboard of your vehicle.
Go to the ESF Main Campus Map for the location of ESF parking lots and the Gateway Center.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is located on the second floor of the Gateway Center at the Forestry Drive end of the building.
If you have registered for a weekend event, you may park anywhere on the ESF campus.
Go to the ESF map for the location of ESF parking lots and the Gateway Center.
Check-in for weekend events will be in the Gateway Center at the Forestry Drive end of the building.
Irving Parking Garage
Refer to the Irving Parking Garage (directions) map to locate the garage entrance on Stadium Place. Once parked, walk to the ESF campus entrance via Stadium Place and E. Raynor Avenue to the ESF traffic control station.
Sustainable Transportation Methods
Keep in mind ESF’s institutional goals focus on a more sustainable future. Please consider some alternative ways to get to campus. Centro offers a network of services in the CNY area and has a Transit Hub located in downtown Syracuse. Visit their website for the most up-to-date schedules and maps. You can also learn about connecting services to Amtrak, Greyhound, MegaBus and Trailways. Additionally, to move around the Syracuse community there is an electric bike and scooter share program called Veo.