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Discover Merrimack

Visit Options

Merrimack 360°

Gain a 360° perspective of life at Merrimack by touring campus and attending a comprehensive information session led by an admission representative and a current student.


Fall for Merrimack -
Open House

Sunday, November 6, 2016

It’s your all-access pass to everything Merrimack has to offer, including an academic fair, academic breakout sessions, financial aid workshops, and a campus tour.


Transfer Tuesdays

Meet with a transfer counselor to gain insight into Merrimack’s transfer admission and credit policies. On-the-spot decisions available.


Group Visit

Are you a group or organization looking to visit Merrimack? Group visits are a great way to get a private campus tour and learn more about what our campus has to offer.



Interviews are a great way for our admission counselors to get to know high school senior and transfer applicants.


How to get here


Merrimack College is accessible from Route 93 and Route 495.

Directions to Merrimack

Using a GPS?  Flaherty Road, North Andover, MA 01845. Follow signs to Admission/Welcome Center Parking (Lots C & D).

Commuter Rail

From North Station in Boston, MA, take the Haverhill commuter rail line to either the Andover Station (2 miles from campus) or the Lawrence Station (3 miles from campus).


Boston Logan International Airport: 27 miles
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport: 35 miles

We’re here to help!

The Welcome Center is located in the McQuade Library

Phone: 978-837-5100 (press - 1)

Plan your visit

Andover, MA

With its funky boutiques, coffee shops, and bookstores, downtown Andover is approximately one mile from campus and is a great place to browse, stroll, and shop with your friends and visitors.

Boston, MA

The economic and cultural hub of New England, Boston is home to champion sports teams, extraordinary museums, world-class hospitals, and some of the nation’s most famous historical landmarks. While in the city, you can shop on Newbury Street, dine in the famous North End, or catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Our students also frequently complete competitive internships and co-ops in Boston at some of the most renowned companies in the city, such as Massachusetts General Hospital, State Street Corporation, CBS Boston, and Ernst & Young. Graduates continuously land well-paying jobs at esteemed organizations such as Boston Children’s Hospital, Channel 7 News (WHDH), Boston Herald, and Fidelity Investments. A bit further away, you can hit the beaches of Cape Cod or the slopes in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine to experience all of the beauty and excitement that New England has to offer.