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Pemberton Campus
601 Pemberton Browns Mills Road
Pemberton, NJ 08068
609-894-9311

Access to the Pemberton Campus
The Pemberton Campus is located at the intersection of Pemberton Parkway and Pemberton-Browns Mills Road (County Route 530). It is easily accessible from Routes 38 and 206, and NJ Transit and Burlink bus routes.

From the North
Take New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 7. Take Route 206 South to the intersection with County 530. Turn left and follow 530 through Pemberton to the college.

From the South and West
Use the Benjamin Franklin Bridge from Philadelphia to New Jersey 38 or the Walt Whitman Bridge to Interstate 295. New Jersey 38 becomes County 530 in Mount Holly (See North). Interstate 295 intersects with New Jersey 38 (See North). From the South, use the Delaware Memorial Bridge to Interstate 295 (Same as previous).

From the East
Use New Jersey 72 West to the circle intersecting State routes 70 and 72. Head toward New Lisbon on Four Mile Rd. (County 646) from the circle until it ends at County 530. Turn left at the water tower. The college is the first driveway on your left.

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