Directions From the Interstate
From I-10 heading East ( toward San Bernardino / Palm Springs): Take exit 74, Tippecanoe/Anderson Street. Turn right onto Anderson Street. Continue for approximately .8 miles to the Loma Linda University Campus.
From I-10 heading West (toward Los Angeles): Take exit 74 Tippecanoe/Anderson Street. Turn left onto Anderson Street. Continue for approximately .8 miles to the Loma Linda University Campus.
Parking and Traffic
Due to the large attendance anticipated for commencement, campus parking will fill early. Our recommendation is that you arrive at least one hour before the scheduled commencement event. For June events at Drayson Center in particular, please note any signs regarding road closures and alternate routes that are instituted during this celebratory time to ease traffic and parking flow. Passengers may be dropped off or picked up at designated loading and unloading zones. Assistance will be available for directions to parking lots. Designated parking is shown on the Loma Linda University Map.
Tickets are not required for admission to the commencement ceremonies, but seating is limited, and available on a first come basis. Guests are encouraged to arrive with plenty of time. All guests are requested to be in their seats 10 minutes prior to the beginning of the commencement program. After that time, all saved seats may asked to be relinquished.
Please be advised that for the June ceremonies at the Drayson Center, there will be overflow seating areas for parents with small children, and to accommodate guests once the main auditorium is filled to capacity.
Free shuttle services from the designated parking lots to the commencement venue will be in operation on Sunday, May 24, from 6:30 a.m. until one hour after the conclusion of the final graduation ceremony that day; and on Sunday, June 14, from 6:30 a.m. until one hour after the conclusion of the final graduation ceremony that day. You may experience extended waiting times, as priority will be given to guests with mobility issues or special needs.