220 Morrill 2, 545-1969
Assistance with resumés, cover letters, career assessments, graduate school, internships, jobs, and careers.
Individual, couple, family and group therapy; crisis intervention; medication management; community referrals.
Academic support, cultural enrichment, and student development, as well as, support for institutional diversity on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus.
Resources for student clubs and organizations, and sponsor of student events.
24-hour rape Crisis Hotline: 545-0800
Educational and support center: Resource Referral Program, Women of Color Leadership Network, Counseling Services, Counselor/ Advocate Program
Support services for students with physical, medical disabilities, learning disabilities and ADD.
Sign up for UMass Amherst Alerts emergency text message service. In the case of an emergency, this service will send time-sensitive notifications to subscribers’ cell phones.
Help for nonnative speakers of English to master the formal conventions of academic English for both general education courses and courses in the academic disciplines.
Contact if you are interested in taking courses at another of the Five Colleges, or to participate in a Domestic Exchange Program.
Information about General Education courses and requirements.
International Student support services; International Exchange Program/ Study Abroad
Learning Commons, W.E.B. DuBois Library
10th floor Du Bois Library, 545-5334
Academic support services to all students, including tutoring, study skills, and mentoring.
Learn more about the library resources available at UMass Amherst.
472 North Pleasant Street
A Catholic resource center: faith, socializing, service, and making connections with people of similar beliefs
The Ombud's Office is available to all members of the University community to help resolve University-related conflicts impartially and without judging.
Peer-to-peer coaching sessions provide individualized support to help students build their capacity for health and success.
The Pre-Med Advising Office is located in the Shade Tree Lab
Phone: (413) 545-3674
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life offers a range of educational programs, individual and institutional advocacy, interfaith dialogue, and other bridge-building activities designed to foster an informed, caring and supportive campus community for students of all backgrounds and beliefs.
A lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender educational resource and support center.
Academic support and services for student athletes.
Advice and/or referral in most legal matters affecting students.
Provides guidance and services to help CNS students succeed throughout their undergraduate career.
150 Infirmary Way, 577-5000
UHS provides comprehensive primary care for adults and children, walk-in care, mental health care and many other services and programs.
Get information about Winter and Summer Session courses.
Tutors available to work one on one with students on writing projects.