Campus Map - Keck Geology Consortium



Campus Map - Keck Geology Consortium
Our one-semester undergraduate program combines the
academic excellence of Williams College with the
coastal and historical setting of Mystic Seaport. Our
interdisciplinary courses of literature, history, policy,
and science focus on the ocean, and are offered to
students of every major. We also travel on field
seminars to the Mississippi River Delta, the Pacific
Coast, and voyage to sea aboard a tall ship for 11 days.
Directions to Williams-Mystic:
Mystic Seaport:
The Museum of America and the Sea is located
on 17 acres and has a staff of about 300 people.
Each semester, up to 24 Williams-Mystic
students live in 19th-century houses on the
museum grounds.
Our community of about 10,000 residents is
spread around the banks of the Mystic River
estuary. This body of water divides the towns of
Stonington and Groton.
From 1-95 take Exit 90 for Rt.27 South. Follow signs
to Mystic Seaport. Labaree House, the WilliamsMystic main office, will be on your left, on the corner
of Bruggeman Place and one block before the Visitor
Reception Center and parking.
Williams-Mystic is a 1 hour drive from Providence or
Hartford. Amtrak has a station in Mystic. Flights to
Boston or Newark can be easily connected to an
Amtrak train to Mystic or New London, but check the
Amtrak schedule before you buy a plane ticket.
The Maritime Studies Program
of Williams College & Mystic Seaport
PO Box 6000, 75 Greenmanville Avenue
Mystic, CT 06355
P: 860-572-5359 F:860-572-5329
[email protected]
1. Mystic Seaport Security
Williams-Mystic Offices:
2. Labaree House: Williams-Mystic Main Office
3. Dickerman House: Faculty and Staff Offices
Student Houses:
4. Kemble House
5. Carr House
6. Johnston House
7. Albion House
8. Mallory House* (37 Greenmanville Ave, Mystic, CT 06355)
Williams-Mystic Classrooms:
9. Craig Cottage
10. Marine Science Center (Lab)
11. G.W. Blunt White Library
Museum buildings:
12. Visitor Reception Center (VRC): Parking across the street
13. Boat Shed
14. Youth Training Building (YTB)
15. Clift Block: Museum Interpretation
16. Planetarium
17. Greenmanville Church (Meeting House)
18. Seamen’s Inne Restaurant
19. Collections Research Center (CRC)

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