Cedarville is located in the middle of a triangle formed by Interstates 70, 71, and 75.
From the North
I-75 south to I-70 east; travel approximately 24 miles to the Springfield/Cedarville exit (Rt. 72); travel south 11 miles on Rt. 72 to the campus.
From the South
I-75 north to Cincinnati; merge with I-71; take I-71 north to the Sabina/Jamestown exit 58 (Rt. 72); follow Rt. 72 north to Cedarville. Proceed through Cedarville three blocks to the campus.
From the East
I-70 west to the Cedarville/Springfield exit 54 (Rt. 72); travel south 11 miles on Rt. 72 to the campus.
From the West
I-70 east to the Cedarville/Springfield exit 54 (Rt. 72); travel south 11 miles on Rt. 72 to the campus.
US-35 through Xenia; Rt. 42 (north) to 72 (north) which is Main Street. Proceed through Cedarville, three blocks to the campus.
Traveling by Air
Cedarville University is located in southwestern Ohio with easy interstate highway access from three international airports. The nearest commercial airport is Dayton International Airport (DAY), a 35 minute drive from Cedarville's campus. The Port Columbus International Airport (CMH) is 65 minutes and the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) is 85 minutes from campus.
Traveling by Bus
Both Greyhound and Trailways Bus Lines have terminals in Springfield.
Note: There are no reasonably priced shuttle services from these particular airports to Cedarville, Ohio. Cedarville University does not provide transportation to and from the airports. Consequently, conference participants must plan on rental car transportation if using air travel.
EQRC is hosted on the campus of Cedarville University; the conference takes place in the Stevens Student Center, Building #18.