The Martin Luther College campus is located on the west end of New Ulm at the intersection of Center Street and Summit Avenue, across from the Hermann Monument. New Ulm is about 28 miles northwest of Mankato or about 90 miles southwest of the Twin Cities.

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From the North or East

Highway 169 South to St. Peter; From St. Peter take Highway 99 west; turn right (west) on Highway 14 to New Ulm. Turn left on County Road 37; at the lights turn right on Broadway. At the second set of lights (Center St.) turn left and follow it to the top of the second hill. MLC should be visible. You can enter campus from Summit Avenue.

From the South

From I-90 take Highway 15 north. At the third set of stop lights in New Ulm, turn left (west) on Center St. and follow it to the top of the second hill. MLC should be visible. You can enter campus from Summit Avenue.

From the West

Take Highway 14 into New Ulm at the fourth set of stop lights turn right (west) on Center St. and follow it to the top of the second hill. MLC should be visible. You can enter campus from Summit Avenue.

Detours

Starting in 2018, MnDOT is addressing intersection safety, aging bridges, poor pavement conditions, and occasional road flooding around New Ulm. Watch this video to see the 2018 detour route. New Ulm will be open for business and festivals during this two-year construction project.

Learn more at: dot.state.mn.us/d7/projects/14newulmtonmankato/