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Read the latest issue of Student Affairs and Campus Life student and parent newsletters.

What's Your Idea? The Student Experience Master Plan

Our campus is taking a comprehensive look at how well our current facilities support the out-of-class student experience... and how to plan for the future.  This effort includes Residence Halls, the Student Union, and other buildings in which student services and programs are offered.  Join us! 

And you can get and stay engaged in this planning process online via these links:

Twitter: @UMakeUMass
Facebook: facebook.com/umakeumass
Website: blogs.umass.edu/UMakeUMass
Pinterest: pinterest.com/umakeumass

University of Massachusetts Police Department

The University of Massachusetts Police Department (UMPD) website provides information and safety support for the campus community, such as emergency contact information, online incident reporting and Project Protect to register your valuable possessions.

Student Affairs Division

Campus Pulse Events

Sun, Apr 26, 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Bowl Weekend

Bowl Weekend in Orchard Hill is a day filled with fun events and activities ...
Location: Orchard Hill Bowl

Mon, Apr 27, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Tie-Dye Study Break at the LACC

Freaking out about finals? De-stress at the LACC! We will be providing ...
Location: Latin American Cultural Center

Tue, Apr 28, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Meditation Group

Relax… Meditate!! These student-led, non-denominational meditation ...
Location: Campus Center 917

Tue, Apr 28, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Alpha Chi Omega Chapter Meeting

Alpha Chi Omega will hold its weekly chapter meeting. ...
Location: Goessman 51

UMatter

Actively caring for each other and our community

Campus Pulse

Your gateway to campus activities and involvement opportunities

Bring The Spring Calendar

UMass Amherst Bring the Spring events and activities!

Message from the Vice Chancellor

Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs and Campus Life (SACL) at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. As student affairs professionals, our work is based on the philosophy of student development.

Advice for Students... from Students

Branch out! Don't be afraid of asking questions and trying new things.

Pamela DeBarros, Chi Alpha, Class of 2013