Directions to Campus
Whether you are flying, driving or traveling by bus or train, see these directions to campus to help you find your way.
The University of Illinois' Willard Airport is five miles south of Champaign, just off US 45. Airlines link the community to major hubs across the U.S. where passengers can make connections to destinations worldwide. If you are flying into Chicago, Bloomington, Indianapolis, or Saint Louis, be sure to see the link above for directions to Champaign-Urbana.
Train and Bus Service
Illinois Terminal, just one mile from campus, offers three Amtrak trains daily to Chicago and Carbondale, and intercity buses to various destinations
On Campus and Around Town
Getting where you neet to go
There are many options for getting around easily on campus. See the list of campus maps to help locate building, parking lots, bus stops, etc.
Biking on Campus
Biking on campus is easy and affordable. In October 2011, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign was recognized as a bronze-level Bicycle Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists. Beyond campus, both the City of Champaign and the City of Urbana have also been recognized as bronze-level Bicycle Friendly Communities by the League. See more information about biking on campus.
BUS Service - Mass Transit District (MTD)
Many Champaign-Urbana MTD bus routes pass through campus for transportation to and around campus. Use your i-card to ride any MTD bus without paying a fare.
Driving on Campus
If you are driving to campus, Campus Parking has information about parking lots, passes for purchase and metered parking. Additionally, in the campus area the city of Champaign has metered parking and parking lots and the city of Urbana has metered parking in the campus area.
Zipcar is a car sharing program with car locations on campus and in the community that allows participants to reserve cars by the hour or by the day.
The Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) offers transportation services for qualified students, staff, faculty, and visitors who have temporary or permanent disabilities. See the DRESS website for more information.