Parker University is located in the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Metroplex, a community of nearly seven million people, providing students with numerous housing and work options, an adequate base of patients for chiropractic interns, as well as hospitals and imaging centers for our associate health programs, and career options for Parker graduates. The University’s convenient location in North Dallas and near Irving/Las Colinas makes it accessible from all major highways, and it is close to the finest living, shopping, entertainment, recreational, cultural, and business areas for which the DFW area is famous.
DFW is one of the fastest growing areas in the nation, attracting major corporate, government, research, healthcare, and educational interests that keep the unemployment rate low and competitive. For students and for spouses who wish to relocate at Parker University, this means a wide range of job opportunities, part-time or full-time.
There are two airports within 10-15 minutes from Parker University – Love Field in Dallas and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport ,which is centrally located in the Metroplex. DFW Airport is the fourth largest in the US making DFW accessible to any other city or country on the globe.
Numerous apartment complexes and thousands of suburban homes are spread throughout North Dallas. Within 15 to 20 minutes driving time, the suburbs of Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison, Richardson, Plano, Irving, and Las Colinas provide ample student and faculty housing.
Directions to Campus
Parker University is located about ten minutes north of downtown Dallas and is just 3 blocks east of the Walnut Hill Lane exit off I-35E North (Exit 438) with exit ramp signs. The I-35E thoroughfare connects with all other major highways linking Dallas to the surrounding communities, as well as DFW Airport, making the University easy to reach from anywhere in the Metroplex.