“The people at UWW are incredibly nurturing. No student is an island at the University without walls.” -UWW alum
support & advising
you can do this.
At UMass UWW we are invested in your success and committed to providing you with consistent, high quality advising and support. Our pre-admissions advisors are here to work with you and guide you through the application process. Once you're a UMass UWW student, you will receive your own personal faculty advisor who will stick with you- every step of the way- from your first class through graduation.
great pre-admissions advising.
Every day we talk to people just like you who are ready to take the next step to complete their college degree. For us, it's more than a job. Our team is made up of people who took the road less traveled, graduated from college as adults, or who have relatives and friends who have benefited from UMass Amherst UWW. Contact us to speak with a pre-admissions advisor.
your own faculty advisor.
We understand the challenges faced by adult students and are committed to seeing this through with you. We get that adult students don't just go to school. They have jobs, families and community responsibilities.
Your faculty advisor is here to help you balance all of life's challenges. S/he will teach your very first class, help you design your program of study and meet degree requirements, help you earn credit for your experience and professional trainings, help keep you on track, and provide support and reassurance when you need it.
a supportive student community.
At UMass UWW you will join a supportive community of adult students who are united in a common purpose- to complete their college degrees. UMass UWW students support and encourage each other. They care about each other and are invested in each other's success.
Meet the distinguished faculty who teach and advise UWW students.
Learn about our amazing students and UWW's supportive learning community.
Sign up for an info session. Watch our video. Learn how it all works.
Frequently asked questions about the nuts and bolts of UWW.