Register for Summer Session 2014. Course offerings include: World Politics, History of Baseball in America, Culture Through film, Exploring the Universe, Gender Sexuality, Literature & Culture, Human Nature and many more...
For over ten years, the award-winning Body Politics has been a space for celebration, support, empowerment, healing and creativity for women of color to embrace who they are, their bodies, and their experiences and to speak against all forms of oppression.
For the past three years, representatives at UMass Amherst joined the YWCA in their “Stand Against Racism” (SAR) movement, which aspires to eliminate racism by bringing together like-minded organizations, holding educational workshops, and engaging participants in awareness campaigns through social media outlets.
Join the UMass Amherst Community as we celebrate the 44th Earth Day. This year's Earth Day theme at UMass Amherst is "Climate Change: Building a Diverse Movement for Environmental Justice and Sustainability.”
In recognition of the outstanding contributions of our students of the greater UMass Amherst community, the Center for Student development is hosting our Annual Awards Ceremony to acknowledge all the hard work our students, staff, and faculty do on campus.
The UMass Renaissance Center's Renaissance Wednesday Lecture Series concludes for the semester with Center curator David Katz's discussion and display of items recently added to the collection. You'll be able to see close up and, in many cases, touch, the items being discussed.
The Campus Cookout is free to all students, faculty, and staff. Rain or shine, we hope you will be able to join in on the fun as we honor the faculty, staff, and students who make UMass Amherst a great place to be.