Join us for these upcoming events at St. Olaf College in Northfield.
March 7, 2020, 8 p.m.
Beethoven's Seventh Symphony: What Makes it Great? with Rob Kapilow
St. Olaf is located in Northfield, Minnesota, approximately 35 miles south of the Twin Cities.
From I-35 (from the north or south)
•Take I-35 to Hwy. 19 East (Exit 69, Northfield exit)<br> •Travel east on Hwy. 19 for approximately 6 miles into the Northfield city limits.<br> •The main entrance to the college will be on your left. Enter the campus here.<br>
From Hwy. 77 (Cedar Avenue/CR23) (from the north)
•Follow Hwy. 77 south through Apple Valley<br> •Leaving Apple Valley, Hwy 77 turns into Co. Rd. 23<br> •Follow Co. Rd. 23 into Northfield; the campus will be on your right<br> •As you enter the Northfield city limits, go right (south) on Lincoln<br> •Turn right (west) on St. Olaf Avenue toward the St. Olaf campus<br>
From US-52 (from the north or south)
•Take US-52 to Hwy. 19 (in Cannon Falls)<br> •Travel west on Hwy. 19 into Northfield, which will include several stop signs and turns.<br> •Continue west on Hwy. 19 until you reach the western edge of Northfield<br> •The main entrance to the college will be on your right. Enter the campus here. <br>
Parking is ample on the St. Olaf campus. The most centrally located parking lot is north of the Buntrock Commons. Park in any spot marked "Faculty/Staff/Visitor Parking." You do not need a parking pass for a visit to St. Olaf for short amounts of time, but if you are a commuting or continuing education student, you should inquire at the Public Safety and Parking Office for a temporary permit.