Stonehill is located within the Boston Metropolitan area, just 22 miles south of the city center, and right in the middle of the tourist triangle of Boston, Cape Cod, and Providence, Rhode Island.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are eligible to apply for parking permits and keep cars on campus.
Stonehill Shuttle Bus
The Stonehill Shuttle is your way to get to the Target plaza in Easton, the Roche Bros Plaza in Easton, the R.K. Plaza in Stoughton, the South Shore Plaza mall in Braintree, the Quincy Adams T Station for rail access to Boston, and to the movie theater in nearby Randolph.
Shuttle Guidelines & Operational Details
- The shuttle runs seven days a week. Please refer to the shuttle schedule for departure times and destinations.
- The shuttle now provides access to the Quincy Adams T station seven days a week.
- The shuttle stop on campus is located outside of Boland Hall.
- Students must show Stonehill IDs to ride the shuttle.
- Guests are allowed to ride the shuttle; if unaccompanied by a Stonehill student, the guest must tell the driver the password, "Skyhawks," to board the shuttle.
Spring 2013 Shuttle Schedule
CLICK HERE for the schedule in .pdf format. You can save the file on your smartphone/tablet and have the schedule with you whenever you need it! (Updated 1/31/13)
The finals schedule for Spring 2013 can be found here.
Logan Express Pick-Up / Drop-Off Service
- Students may request a pick-up from or drop-off at the Logan Express Bus terminal in Braintree.
- All Logan Express pick-up/drop-off requests must be submitted at least 7 business days prior to departure. We honor requests 7 days a week during established Stonehill shuttle hours.
- You may send your request via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the time you need to be picked up at Stonehill and indicate whether or not you need to be picked up at Logan Express upon return, also including the time.
Logan Express offers a bus service to get to and from Logan Airport in Boston, MA. The closest location to Stonehill is in Braintree, MA. Click this link for further information on bus schedules and costs.
MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority)
The Stonehill shuttle bus brings you to the Train Station at Quincy Adams where you can take the Red Line into Boston to hook up with other lines to travel around the city, commuter lines in order to do traveling around the south shore, or the Amtrak service, for traveling longer distances. Click this link for further information about costs, schedules, and maps for getting around on the T.
Brockton Area Transit (BAT)
The Brockton Area Transit Busses offer transportation in and around the City of Brockton. The nearest BAT stop is located close to the College entrance on Rte. 123.
There are several Amtrak stations located near Stonehill College, some of which are in Boston, MA. Students can take the Amtrak for traveling over long distances to and from the college. Taking the Stonehill Shuttle to the train station in Quincy Adams and taking the train to South Station will allow students to hook up with one of the convenient Amtrak stations. Click this link for further information on Amtrak schedules and locations.
This is Boston’s major airport. It has daily flights across the country and internationally. Visit this website for more information on flight schedules and costs for flying to and from Boston.
TF Green International Airport
This airport is located in Warwick, Rhode Island, and it has daily flights across the country and internationally. Visit this website for more information on flying in and out of Rhode Island, including schedules and costs.
Getting to Providence
In order to get to Providence, students may take the BAT bus to the Stoughton Commuter Rail Station. From there, students can board the Stoughton/Providence line and take it directly into the City.
Getting to Boston
There are several ways for students to get into Boston by public transportation. The easiest way is to take the Stonehill Shuttle to the Quincy Adams Train stop in Braintree and take the train into the city. Once in the city, there are various lines that students can take to get to different areas, including commuter lines in order to get to places outside of the city. Students can find the different routes listed online at the MBTA website.