When at Amherst, you will know you are there Amherst College has only one PVTA stop (the one with the bus shelter at the bottom of the hill after turning the big bend and passing Converse Hall on your right)
For Kirby Theater (pictured below left): walk up and over the big hill to your right, past the yellow octagonal building on your right, and find Kirby on your left side at the hill’s bottom
For Webster Hall studios (pictured below right): walk up the same big hill but continue along the peak toward the left, hugging the outermost building of South South Hall. Once the bushes on your right clear, behold, Webster Hall.
Parking at Amherst College
Five College Students should find alternative transportation or park legally on town roads or metered areas. All parking on campus requires you to obtain a parking permit. See more information on parking.
All parking on campus requires you to obtain a parking permit. Non–Hampshire College students enrolled in classes at Hampahire who are requesting a parking decal must complete a proof of registration form and bring it to the central records office on the first floor of the Lemelson Center for Design to obtain a signature. Bring this signed form, your student ID, and your vehicle registration to the parking office at the rear of the library to obtain a parking decal. These decals are free of charge. The Five College student decal is valid for any Hampshire College student parking lot.
Student vehicles must be parked in the designated student parking lots identified by a parking sign that reads "student parking only.
Student vehicles will be ticketed when parked in other parking lots/spaces. Each student lot has a section for faculty/staff and visitors. These are not student parking spaces. Only registered student vehicles can be parked in the student parking spaces. Students should not park in areas marked "snow removal.