The final campus climate reports review data that is unique to each population (undergraduate students, graduate students, staff, and faculty) and provide the opportunity to learn about the daily experiences of our campus community in their own words.
"Being a part of CMASS has really showed me all of the good things that UMass has to offer, whether it be a cultural experience or help with financial aid or anything in between," says math major and IT minor Allen Tan '18.
To celebrate first-generation students, the campus hosted the First-Generation Mixer on April 23, an event that united students, faculty, and staff who identify or identified as first-generation and low-income.
The 37th Annual University of Massachusetts Powwow was held in the Curry Hicks Cage on April 14. Hundreds attended the event, which featured a variety of traditional dances and three different drum groups
Building Bridges is a campus initiative that seeks to draw on the power of solidarity and creative expression to bring people together across race, religion, class, immigration status, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, nationality, and more.