Take a study break!
Attend stress-busting events in the libraries or your residential area, or unwind and pick up a free stress-busting kit at De-Stress Fest 2018.
Living at UMass 365
Do you live in the Amherst area over break? Here's a comprehensive look at what UMass has to offer when school's not in session.
To Students Impacted by California Wildfires
Support is available. If you need to leave campus, notify your professors and the Dean of Student’s Office. The Dean’s office also may be able to assist with travel costs. If your coursework is impeded, communicate with your faculty. If you are experiencing distress, utilize CCPH resources or free drop-in sessions.
Have You Registered for Spring Classes?
Use SPIRE to select and register for courses. Learn how online or in this video.
Introducing eCampus @ UMass
Starting with winter and spring 2019 semesters, eCampus.com is UMass Amherst's new virtual bookstore for textbooks and other course materials. Learn how to order from eCampus @ UMass via SPIRE.
CCPH and Student Engagement Have Moved
All Center for Counseling & Psychological Health services are now under one roof, in Middlesex House, 111 County Circle.
During Student Union renovations, Student Engagement, including the Business Center, has temporarily moved from 416 Student Union to Bartlett Hall, 2nd Floor North Wing, 130 Hicks Way.
Use or Donate to Student Care Supply Closets
Student Care Supply Closets provide free toiletries and household items to students facing economic insecurity and/or an unexpected financial emergency. Find out how to donate or receive supplies.
CCPH Offers Web-based Services
The Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH) now offers Therapist Assisted Online (TAO) a seven-week, interactive, web-based program as well as TAO Self-Help, a customizable, self-guided course.