Warriors on the Road to Success

As a commuter student, you are a vital piece of the Merrimack community with the opportunity to take part in all student involvement and campus life activities. Our goal is to help you navigate your college experience and help you feel connected to campus.

Visit Office of Commuter Engagement

Get Involved


Become connected to campus by taking part in student involvement and campus activities. See what Merrimack has to offer, like the Commuter Student Association.

Commuter Student Association

Dining Choices


Explore our on-campus dining and meal plan options for commuter students.

Sodexo Dining

Parking and Vehicle Regulations


All commuter students are guaranteed on-campus parking. Review Merrimack’s motor vehicle regulations and complete your parking application in myMack for additional information.

Parking and Transportation

Off-Campus Housing Resources


Looking to live off-campus but not sure where to start? Check out our off-campus housing information.

Living Off Campus

 

Merrimack College's commuter student lounge Commuter Student Lounge 

The commuter student lounge is located on the second floor of Sakowich. It is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. After-hours swipe access is also available to commuters.

Have a question? Ask the professional staff housed in the commuter lounge, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m - 4 p.m.

You’ll find everything a commuter student needs for comfort and convenience here, including:

  • Professional staff and Commuter Advisors to support you
  • Kitchenette with a fridge, microwave and places to eat
  • Lockers
  • Private and group study areas that can be reserved by asking staff
  • Apple AirPlay
  • Printing
  • Lounge furniture to relax on in between classes

Commuter Advisor

Each new commuter student will be matched with a Commuter Advisor (CA). A CA is someone that helps our new commuter students transition into their college experience. CAs check in with our new commuters to see how they are doing, connect with them, as well as plan programs to help commuters connect with one another.