The best way to get a true sense of Proctor is to visit. Culture and community are difficult to communicate through printed words, photos, or even video. You have to experience “the Proctor magic” to understand it.
Our 2,500-acre campus extends from the top of the Proctor Ski Area, across the Blackwater River, and up the southern slope of Ragged Mountain, providing the ideal setting for our hands-on, experiential model.
Scheduling Your Visit
To schedule an in-person or virtual campus tour and interview, contact us today at (603) 735-6652 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before your in-person or virtual visit, please complete our Pre-Visit Form so that we can make your your in-person or virtual visit as meaningful as possible.
Virtual Visit and Video Experience
If you are unable to visit, we have many ways for you to explore, engage and learn about Proctor virtually:
- Immerse yourself in our virtual video experience.
- Sign up for one of our virtual events or watch recordings of our 2022-2023 event series.
- Email our Admissions Team at to ask about virtual visit options.
Planning Your Visit
Proctor’s campus is nestled in between Mount Kearsarge and Ragged Mountain and is surrounded by natural beauty, including 2,500 acres of Proctor Woodlands.
Proctor’s Admissions Office is located at 203 Main Street, Andover, NH. Visitor parking is available at our office.
If you have any questions or need to reschedule, please contact us at 603-735-6652 or email@example.com.
Explore the Surrounding Area
At the intersection of the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee and Lakes Regions, Proctor’s campus provides easy access to the best of New Hampshire. Learn more about local attractions and opportunities to engage in the local area.
New London and Sunapee Area
Proctor’s campus is located just 9 miles from the quaint village of New London, New Hampshire along with award winning restaurants, inns, and Colby-Sawyer College. Be sure to check out all that New London offers, including The Barn Playhouse, Winslow State Park and Mount Kearsarge, Lake Sunapee, Little Lake Sunapee, and Pleasant Lake. Check out more happenings in the New London area HERE.
Ragged Mountain Resort
Adjacent to Proctor’s 2,500 acres of land, Ragged Mountain Resort, located in Danbury, New Hampshire, provides a winter wonderland of activity and low-crowd skiing. Learn more about Ragged Mountain HERE.
New Hampshire’s White Mountain region is located just an hour north of Proctor’s campus. Providing year-round adventures, hiking, skiing, swimming, and exploring, the White Mountains are where every student starts their Proctor experience on Wilderness Orientation. Learn more about the endless beauty of the White Mountains HERE.
Dartmouth and the Upper Valley
Dartmouth College and the Upper Valley region of Hanover and Lebanon, New Hampshire are a quick 45 minute drive from Proctor’s campus. The cultural center of New Hampshire, students frequent Dartmouth’s campus for class visits, athletic contests, and other cultural opportunities. Learn more about the Dartmouth and Upper Valley Region HERE.
Located just a half hour from Concord, New Hampshire, Proctor’s students and faculty enjoy easy access to the state’s capital and take full advantage of the learning opportunities it provides. Whether it is protesting the passing of a new law, witnessing the State Legislature in action, or learning about the State’s court systems, Proctor students come to experience first hand the complexities of State governments in action. Learn more about Concord, New Hampshire HERE.