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School of Business and Economics FSU Driving Directions Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 03 May 2005
Driving Directions to Fayetteville State University

 

The School of Business and Economics
1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301-4298
(910) 672-1267

  • Traveling I-95 South from Durham , Raleigh , Rocky Mount , Greenville :
    Take "Eastover" Exit 56 - to Hwy 301 (Business 95).
    At the first intersection (Sandpiper Seafood will be on the right), turn right on Grove Street which will undergo a name change at the 3rd traffic light, becoming Rowan Street . 
    After the next (or fourth traffic light from the Sandpiper) and as you go over the train overpass, get in the right lane and exit off Rowan to the right BEFORE the next traffic light you can see (which is on Bragg Boulevard).
    This is a short exit ramp to a traffic light through which you will proceed straight ahead to Murchison Road . FSU is approximately 1 mile ahead, on the right.

  • Traveling I-95 North from South Carolina , Lumberton , Whiteville:
    Take Exit 49 to Highway 53 - there is a " Fayetteville State University " exit sign.
    Turn left at the exit traffic light and follow Highway 53 ( Cedar Creek Road ) for several miles, past the Monsanto Plant, and a Winn-Dixie shopping plaza.
    At the next traffic light, proceed straight through, crossing "old" Highway 24 or Clinton Road .
    Turn left at the next light onto "new" Highway 24 which becomes Grove Street .
    Continue through the next intersection (Sandpiper Seafood will be on the right), staying on Grove Street which will undergo a name change at the 3rd traffic light, becoming Rowan Street .
    After the next (or fourth traffic light from the Sandpiper) and as you go over the train overpass, get in the right lane and exit off Rowan to the right BEFORE the next traffic light you can see (which is on Bragg Boulevard).
    This is a short exit ramp to a traffic light through which you will proceed straight ahead to Murchison Road . FSU is approximately 1 mile ahead, on the right.

  • Traveling East, Southeast from Greensboro , Chapel Hill , through Sanford :
    Approaching Fayetteville on Highway 24, continue through the town of Spring Lake .
    As you approach Fort Bragg (just past Jersey Mike's, the Biscuit Kitchen, and Dunkin' Donuts on the right), there is a major intersection with Highway 210/87.
    Take the left turn on to Highway 210/87 which cuts across Fort Bragg . This becomes Murchison Road as you enter Fayetteville city limits.
    After approximately 8 miles, and at the fifth traffic light within the city limits , you will see the FSU football field on the left at Langdon Street .

 

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