Transportation is not readily accessible in Wellesley. Almost everyone has at least one car on campus, but, for some reason, parents of first-year students are apprehensive to give their babies a car for their first semester in college. But no need to worry: The school parking lots have a variety of vehicles ranging anywhere from a Ford Focus to a Ferrari M3, so if you have a good friend with a car, you are almost guaranteed a ride in comfort to your desired destination.
The commuter rail is the cheapest way of traveling into Boston and the surrounding area, but you also need to get to the train from the College, and that consists of a 30-minute walk. Oh, the horror! Woodland, one of the T stations, is also widely used but only if dropped off by a taxi or a friend. It's not really feasible to walk there, but if you are up for a one-hour stroll and you're athletic, then it can be done. With this being said, a car is the easiest and the fastest way of travel.