Visit Williston

We're excited to host you on campus!

Once you’ve completed our online inquiry form, call the Admission office at (413) 529-3241 to schedule your appointment. The fall visit schedule will be available in August.

Visit Campus This Summer

We will be hosting visitors to campus this summer for tours starting on June 14. Visits will be available at the following times:

  • Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 9 a.m., 11 a.m, and 2 p.m.
  • Tuesday and Thursday: 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Williston requires visitors this summer to provide proof of vaccination or an on-campus antigen test. Those with proof of vaccination will be able to visit campus unmasked; please email your information to admission@williston.com or be ready to show this document upon arrival to campus. Those who are not vaccinated or fully vaccinated will be tested upon arrival, and be required to wear a mask for the duration of the visit. Please note, all members of the Williston community who are on campus not wearing masks are fully vaccinated.

Visiting FAQ

  • What will I do on my visit?

    Your visit—including a tour and an interview—will take roughly two hours. When you first arrive, a current student will take you on a tour of campus. When you return, you will interview with a member of the Admission staff. The interview is a great time for us to get to know you and for you to ask us questions about Williston. After that, your parents will also meet with a member of the Admission staff. If there is anyone else you’d like to meet with when you visit (for example, a coach or teacher of a specific subject), please let us know when you book your visit, and we will try to schedule time for it, depending on the teacher or coach’s schedule that day.

  • What should I wear on my visit? Do I need to bring anything with me?

    There is no strict dress code for visiting Williston. While you might want to dress up a bit (i.e., don’t come in sweats and a t-shirt!), you should wear what makes you comfortable. There is no need to bring anything special with you other than a mental list of the questions you want answered on your visit.

  • How do I get to campus and where should I park?

    Our campus is in the located in the heart of western Massachusetts, about 1.5 hours west of Boston. We are easy to get to from Interstate 91 and near many great restaurants and attractions. See our full visitor’s guide for more information, including a map and parking details.

    Our Admission Office is located at 28 Park Street, Easthampton, MA.

  • How do I set up an appointment for the Middle School?

    For all questions regarding our Middle School, please visit the Middle School section of this website.

Learn more before your visit

COMPASS

Williston’s COMPASS Program is an innovative, 360-degree approach that deeply engages you and prepares you for college and life.

Home Away from Home

The moment you step on campus, you will feel it: Williston is more than a school, it’s a community—a caring fellowship of teachers, advisors, coaches, and classmates. You’ll feel at home from day one.

Location, Location

Williston’s location in the eclectic arts town of Easthampton places it just a short walk from a host of appealing restaurants and bakeries, renovated mill buildings-turned-studios, bookstores, a rail-trail bicycle path, and more.

Ninth Grade Program

Ninth graders have their own social events and grade-focused presentations, and live in dorms together. This academic and social support provides a strong foundation for success at Williston.


Check Out Easthampton

If you’ve got an appetite, you’ll love Williston! We are located in the center of a vibrant arts town, which is quickly becoming a foodie destination. A short stroll away, you’ll find a James-Beard-Award-nominated restaurant, fresh sushi, store-made bagels, Hawaiian bowls, Mexican flavors, retro dishes, and a bakery with croissants to die for. Plus, you’re only a short drive from the fun college towns of Northampton and Amherst. Check it out below, or download a PDF.

Map of Easthampton, MA with points of interest

Contact an Admission Officer

Chris Dietrich Chris Dietrich

Dean of Enrollment Management

Lee Greener '06

Director of Financial Aid

Allison Marsland

Director of Middle School Admission

Ann Pickrell

Assistant Head of School

Derek Cunha

Associate Director of Admissions

Ben Farmer

Assistant Director of Admission

Christa Talbot Syfu '98

Associate Director of Admission