Where do I find the admissions office at UMass Dartmouth?

When you arrive on campus, park in lot 6 and head to the Balsam Welcome Center. This is where we’ll meet for your Corsair Tour. One of our admissions counselors or a student ambassador will welcome you to UMassD. This is a walking tour of campus. Please wear comfortable shoes and dress for New England weather.

Where is the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth located?

The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is a nationally ranked public university that is dedicated to engaged learning and innovative research. Located on a 710-acre campus on the South Coast of Massachusetts, UMass Dartmouth features modern athletic facilities, a new campus quad and significant open space with woods, ponds and trails.

What kind of programs does UMass Dartmouth have?

The university is well-known for its programs in the humanities and the visual and performing arts, and it has forged strong connections between its engineering, business and marine sciences programs and the merging Blue economy on the South Coast.

Is it easy to transfer to UMass Dartmouth?

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When do you have to get covid-19 at UMass Dartmouth?

UMass Dartmouth will require COVID-19 vaccinations for all undergraduate and graduate students who wish to live, learn, or physically come to campus before the start of the Fall 2021 semester. This decision was made on the basis of expected additional state, federal and legal guidance and vaccine availability.

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