Getting Here

Please note: SAS and Nashville are in the Central time zone. Chattanooga and Atlanta are in the Eastern time zone.

(To use an on-line mapping service, use the destination 290 Quintard Rd., Sewanee, TN 37375.) 

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From Nashville

Take I-24 East. We are a 1½-hour drive from Nashville and are in the same time zone (Central).

From Chattanooga

Take I-24 West. We are a 1-hour drive from Chattanooga, but are in a different time zone (Chattanooga is on Eastern Time – if you leave Chattanooga at 9 a.m. EST, you will arrive at SAS at 9 a.m. CST).

Whether coming from Nashville or Chattanooga, you can tell that you are getting close as you ascend the Mountain. On top of the Mountain, take Exit 134 (Sewanee/Monteagle Exit). At the end of the exit ramp, turn left onto 41A and travel approximately 3 miles. You will come to the yellow blinking caution light at our front entrance. Turn right. The first building on the right is St. Andrew's Chapel. The second building is Langford Hall, home to the Administrative Offices, including the Admission Office which is on the first floor. The visitors' parking area is just beyond Langford. College representatives and visitors to the SAS Gallery should continue along the drive to the large parking area adjacent to Bishop Bratton Hall.

Getting here by car

Transportation Services

Groome Transportation (800.896.9928) offers convenient transportation between nearby Monteagle and the Nashville and Atlanta airports with 10 runs each day. SAS can provide transportation from Monteagle to our campus. 

Note: Sewanee now has limited Lyft service. We encourage you to schedule ahead if you intend to use Lyft.

By Land

Atlanta, GA 165 miles
Birmingham, AL 175 miles
Chattanooga, TN 50 miles
Huntsville, AL 60 miles
Nashville, TN 90 miles

By Air

Chattanooga (CHA), Nashville (BNA), and Huntsville (HSV) all have commercial airports. Nashville is a Southwest Airlines hub. Atlanta (ATL) has many direct international flights. The Sewanee Airport welcomes smaller planes.

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