Campus Resources

Academic & Financial Resources

  • Bursar's Office
    The Bursar's Office manages student accounts. They issue online bills for tuition and fees, credit your account for payments you make and that you may receive through financial aid. 
  • Career Services
    Career Services will guide you through the process of career development, from your first questions to your last.
  • Commonwealth Honors College
    Commonwealth Honors College provides a diverse community of academically talented students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst with extensive opportunities for analysis, research, leadership development and international experience.
  • Dean of Students Office
    The Dean of Students Office provides students with the support, resources, and referrals they need to succeed at the University.
  • Financial Aid Services
    Financial Aid Services strives to utilize all available resources to fill the gap that exists between family resources and the cost of a quality education.
  • Five College Consortium
    This nonprofit educational consortium promotes broad educational and cultural objectives of its member institutions, which include four private, liberal arts colleges and the Amherst campus of the state university.
  • HFA Undergraduate Scholarships
  • International Programs Office
    Offers mindful and high impact international education that enhances the student experience and complements the University’s teaching and research mission.
  • Learning Resource Center
    Offers students a peer-supported environment to meet academic challenges.
  • Pre-Law Advising
    Provides UMass students and alumni with a full range of information and options counseling regarding legal careers and the law school application process.
  • Pre-Medical/Pre-Health Advising
    Offers guidance on all aspects of the application process for graduate programs in health professions, including information on: coursework, getting hands-on experience, taking the MCAT, letters of recommendation, preparing the application, and practicing for interviews.
  • Registrar's Office
    The Registrar's Office assists students with course registration, academic records, transcripts and assists with course catalog maintenance and class scheduling. 
  • Schools & Colleges
    Links to the major acadmic units at UMass Amherst.
  • The Writing Program
    A key part of undergraduate General Education, this independant academic unit serves the entire campus community by helping students at UMass Amherst acquire the writing skills they need in their courses, their careers, and their lives in general.

Community Services

  • Center for Women & Community
    Offers services to meet the needs of the diverse cultural and linguistic populations of the UMass Amherst, Five Colleges and surrounding Hampshire County community.
  • Stonewall Center
    Provides support, resources, programming, and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual (LGBTQIA) and allied students, staff, and faculty at UMass Amherst and for the larger Pioneer Valley.
  • United Asia Learning Resource Center
    UALRC provides a variety of culturally sensitive support services to Asian and Asian American students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Health & Wellness

  • Disability Services
    Committed to providing members of the University community with the finest educational opportunities and the most appropriate accommodations available for people with disabilities.
  • University Health Services
    Provides comprehensive medical care to a diverse population of UMass Amherst constituents and promotes campus health in the broadest sense.
  • Center for Counseling and Psychological Health
    An interdisciplinary counseling service, staffed by licensed mental health providers, including social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists and clinical nurse specialists. We provide short term individual, couple’s and group psychotherapy; psychiatric medication consultation and treatment; psychological assessment (testing); behavioral medicine; and crisis intervention services.

Legal & Conflict Resolution

  • Dean of Students Office
    The Dean of Students Office provides students with the support, resources, and referrals they need to succeed at the University.
  • Ombuds Office
    The Ombuds Offics is a unique place where all current students, faculty, and staff can talk "off the record" about any campus concern, issue or conflict. The Ombuds staff works with visitors in a variety of ways to help them understand their options and resolve their concerns.
  • Student Legal Services
    The Student Legal Services Office (SLSO) is a student-funded law office providing legal assistance to fee-paying UMass Amherst students and student groups.