Center for Counseling and Psychological Health (CCPH)
CCPH is operating with temporary service changes, including “Let’s Talk” sessions, counseling by Zoom or phone, and virtual workshops and groups.
Center for Health Promotion
CHP is offering virtual groups and courses including meditation, Introduction to Qigong/Tai Chi: Meditation Through Movement, weekly men’s COVID-19 and Grief, Loss, and Hope discussion groups, and Zoom Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success (CMASS)
CMASS hosts events and weekly office hours for Josephine White Eagle Cultural Center (JWECC), Latinx American Cultural Center (LACC), Malcolm X Cultural Center (MXCC), and Yuri Kochiyama Cultural Center (YKCC).
Center for Women and Community
CWC is hosting online events and ways to connect, including Create the Good and Housemate Harmony workshops, CWC Pictionary, and Women of Color Leadership Network (WOCLN) virtual office hours.
Disability Services provides services, support, and resources for all members of the UMass Amherst community with any type of disability. During remote instruction, reach out for assistance with distance learning and join us for Friday afternoon movie screenings.
Off Campus Student Life
In order to best keep our community safe, the Off Campus Student Center will be closed to all in-person visitors until further notice. This includes any walk-in advising. We will still be available over email at firstname.lastname@example.org and will respond within 1 business day.
Visit the virtual lounge or join craft, weekly movie and game nights, and discussion groups for undergraduate and graduate students. Contact them via by email or Facebook or leave a message at (413) 545-4826.
Student Legal Services (SLSO)
In-person appointments are temporarily suspended, but the SLSO is open and ready to assist all fee-paying students with any legal matter. Get legal updates related to COVID-19 or request services here.
Wellbeing, Access and Prevention
Join CoJourn, a personal development program that trains pairs of people to partner up for accountability, connection, and support. Check out Changing Minds, Changing Lives, a free, online, drop-in space where you can share stories of resilience, learn about strengths, empower your leadership, and feel your connection to the UMass community. Try Better Together: UMass Community-Wide Meditation Challenge.
Dean of Students Office (DOSO)
The Dean of Students Office provides students with the support, resources, and referrals they need to succeed at the university including short-term loans and microgrants. The staff serve as a single point of contact within the university for students and their families in times of crisis. Request assistance or review COVID-19 support and community resources.
Student Organizations Resource Center (SORC)
The SORC is an agency that provides services for over 300 established student organizations. The SORC is the first stop shop for Student Organizations' questions and support! We will be supporting students virtually with programs, questions, concern, and support!
Student Government Association (SGA)
The SGA is the official governing body of the undergraduate student body. From making sure your rights are upheld to advocating for student needs, the SGA is here for you. Find out more about their programs and services and view their list of COVID-19 resources.
The Center for Education, Policy, & Advocacy (CEPA)
The Center for Education, Policy & Advocacy (CEPA) is a student power organization which believes in building grassroots power movements to expand the political consciousness of the campus. We train, educate, and mobilize students around issues of education justice in order to shift the dynamics of power and make concrete changes within higher education and beyond.
UMass Student Bridges is a non-profit, student run agency that works to improve access and success for underrepresented students. Our mission is to increase college access and success for underrepresented students on the university campus and in our neighboring communities by building partnerships at UMass, and with local schools and community organizations. We also offer college awareness, preparation and success activities, and advocate for enhanced institutional and public policies and practices.
University Programming Council (UPC)
The University Programming Council at UMass Amherst is an event programming agency, and is one of the largest student organizations on campus. We organize and host events on a weekly basis. We will be supporting students virtually with programs, questions, concern, and support!
WMUA is a federally-licensed broadcast facility managed by the Student Activities Trust Fund (SATF)-paying students of the University of Massachusetts to serve the Connecticut River Valley of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Vermont. WMUA operates in stereo at 91.1 MegaHertz, FM channel 216 as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. WMUA broadcasts with an effective radiated power of four hundred fifty (450) watts, in both the vertical and horizontal planes.
Union Video Center (UVCTV-19)
We are UMass Amherst's only student-run public access station. We provide undergraduate students an opportunity to gain valuable experience in all areas of video production. We are a non-profit organization supported by the dedication of students with an interest in television, video production, and network programming. We provide full-time UMass undergraduate students with access toa variety of audio & video equipment and video editing workstations. Contribute to our new project: Coping in Quarantine: UMass students share ways they are keeping busy in quarantine. Want to add your own video? Just record a 1-2 minute video showing anything you are doing while away from campus, and email it to email@example.com