Useful Information

Transportation:

Kean University is in a great location - metropolitan Union County. The campus is a short distance from Newark Liberty International Airport, NJ Transit trains and major highways.

You have easy access from the Garden State Parkway, NJ Turnpike and Routes 1&9, 22 and 78. No wonder so many students choose to commute to Kean.

Park your car and enter the 150-acre campus dotted with woods, streams and open space, an ideal environment for learning and living. The classroom does not end at the edge of the campus. Kean's faculty takes full advantage of the University's proximity to the New York/New Jersey's metropolitan area with its wealth of cultural and intellectual activities.

  • Garden State Parkway
  • Northbound: Take Garden State Parkway to Exit 140, keep right and follow signs for Route 82 East towards Elizabeth (Morris Avenue East). Stay on Morris Avenue (Route 82 East) and Kean University Campus will be 2 miles down on your right.

    Southbound: Take Garden State Parkway to Exit 140-A onto Route 22 West. Keep right and follow signs to Elizabeth (Route 82 East). Turn right on Morris Avenue (Route 82 East). Stay on Morris Avenue (Route 82 East) and Kean University Campus will be 2 miles down on your right.

  • Train
  • From Union Station: Located at 900 Green Lane in Union, N.J., the station is directly across the street from Kean’s main campus. Union Station is on NJ Transit’s Raritan Valley line, which runs northeast to Newark Penn Station, and southwest to High Bridge in Hunterdon County.For a Raritan Valley line train schedule, click here.

    From the Elizabeth Station: Elizabeth Station is located on West Grand Avenue, one block west of Broad Street in Elizabeth, N.J., which is just two miles from campus by bus or taxi. The NJ Transit Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast line trains stop there. The Northeast Corridor line runs northeast to Newark Penn Station and New York Penn Station, and southwest to Trenton. The North Jersey Coast line runs northeast to Newark’s Penn Station and New York City and southeast to Bay Head in Ocean County.

  • Bus
  • NJ Transit #52 and #26 between Elizabeth and Springfield pass the Campus on Morris Avenue. NJ Transit #113 between Plainfield and Port Authority Bus Terminal, New York, stops at Salem Road and Morris Avenue.

    VISA:

    Please note that the invitation letter will be issued only after the successful registration. Should your application be denied, PRAI committee cannot change the decision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, nor will PRAI committee engage in discussion or correspondence with the MOFA or the Embassy on behalf of the applicant. The registration fee cannot be refunded when the VISA application of individual being denied.