University Of Massachusetts
College in Boston, MA
What is the UMass System? Where are its campuses? Who serves on its Board of Trustees? Explore this section for answers to these questions and much more. The UMass system is comprised of campuses in Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, Lowell, the UMass Medical School in Worcester, and our award-winning distance learning division, UMassOnline. This section describes our Board and links to detailed Board-related information including meeting minutes, votes, policies, and schedules.
University Of Massachusetts
read moreA Revolutionary University At UMass, we harness the revolutionary spirit of Massachusetts to deliver affordable, world-class education that transforms lives, conduct groundbreaking research that improves our world, and create social and economic impact that shapes and energizes communities.
read moreThe University of Massachusetts is a world-class public research university committed to advancing knowledge and transforming lives. Through its world-class educational programs, groundbreaking research enterprise, and its impactful community service and industry engagement activities, UMass harnesses the revolutionary spirit of Massachusetts to deliver an unparalleled student experience. With four comprehensive campuses, a top-ranked medical school and a mission-driven law school, each campus offers a dynamic educational experience in a uniquely Massachusetts location, from the coastal town of Dartmouth to the international hub of Boston, from the vibrant mill cities of Lowell and Worcester to the bucolic hills of Amherst.
read moreThe University of Massachusetts is a world-class public research university system with four comprehensive undergraduate and graduate campuses. This tool will help determine which UMass campus is the best fit for you. UMass Amherst has the third-largest residential campus housing system in the country, with more than 13,000 students living in 52 residence halls. All students are required to live on campus for the first year. The UMass Amherst Minutemen compete at the highest levels in collegiate athletics - NCAA Division I - in both their men's and women's programs.
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read moreTo offer the best education and research opportunities, UMass recruits the best faculty and staff to help realize the UMass mission. The University of Massachusetts system is comprised of five campuses located in Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, Lowell, and Worcester that offer endless possibilities for more than 17,000 faculty and staff and over 74,000 students. UMass is always looking for talented, determined individuals who strive for excellence and believe in providing the best education possible.
Research and Discovery
read moreAt the University of Massachusetts, our internationally renowned faculty members are a driving force for revolutionary research, development and discovery. With some of the brightest minds in the world, the university's faculty includes a Nobel Laureate, Pulitzer Prize winners, members of the National Academy of Sciences, an American Book Award winner and Fulbright, Guggenheim, MacArthur and Mellon fellows. The University of Massachusetts conducts more than $680 million in research across the campuses every year, making it the third-largest research university in Massachusetts, and the fourth-largest in all of New England, behind only Harvard, MIT and Yale.
UMass Law School
read moreUMass Law is a comprehensive public law school that offers outstanding professional preparation, real-world law practice opportunities and flexible degree options at an affordable cost. Programs balance legal theory, doctrine, skills and experience, turning students into highly competent, ethical legal professionals who are poised to pursue justice. UMass Law has had an essential focus on social justice, public service and helping the most vulnerable members of our society. For those of us concerned about protecting the rights of all residents of the Commonwealth, UMass Law will play a key role in that effort moving forward.
read moreThe University of Massachusetts has an amazing community of alumni, donors, and friends whose generous support allows the University to grow and innovate. UMass's mission to provide access and excellence is greatly enhanced through the ongoing engagement and generosity of our community. Whether it is financial aid for a bright young mind, funding for groundbreaking research, or growing innovative campus programs - each campus has several key fundraising priorities. One of the most essential is student aid.