The spectacular $101 million Physical Science Building highlights the list of major construction projects that have significantly advanced or been completed since the end of the spring semester – and have altered the look of campus. In addition, the former campus horse barn is reborn just north of the main campus, where it draws attention to the student farmers who are processing this year’s vegetable crop, and the expanding Isenberg School of Management is showing off its dramatic cascading façade.
The Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH) is having an open house 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12 to celebrate their new home in Middlesex Hall, located on campus at 111 County Circle.
CCPH has consolidated its services under one roof at Middlesex after previously being located in...
ValleyBike Share, the new automated bike sharing program serving five municipalities in the Pioneer Valley, is now in service on campus with approximately 50 pedal-assisted bikes across five stations. ValleyBike Share promotes short trips by bicycle within core communities where there are clusters of large employers, colleges, shopping and tourist destinations.
The 380-members of the Minuteman Marching Band—wearing their new uniforms for the first time in Massachusetts—will perform at halftime of the New England Patriots 2018 home-opener on Sunday, Sept. 9 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. The band debuted the uniforms Jan 1. at the Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, before 700,000 spectators and 44 million television viewers worldwide.
The department of music and dance invites all Five College students to audition for a wide range of vocal and instrumental ensembles for the fall semester. Auditions will be held Sept. 4-7.
By joining one of these groups, students will be able to rehearse and perform with some of New England...
Two video productions initiated by University Relations to promote the flagship campus have received Telly Awards, which honor excellence in promotional and advertising video production across all screens.
AMHERST, Mass. – For the third straight year, the University of Massachusetts Amherst ranks No. 1 for campus dining in the nation. The honor was revealed today by The Princeton Review as part of its ranking of the top 20 colleges in 62 different categories. The university will be among the schools featured live on NBC’s “Today Show” on Tuesday, Aug. 7 between 10-11 a.m.