Learn more about and reach your academic and faculty advisors.
Active Military and Veterans
Connect with Veteran Services and learn what supports are available to you.
If you live in Massachusetts and are enrolled in at least six credits per semester (fall and spring), you may be eligible for child care subsidies through Student Parent Programs. Student Parent Programs also provides an array of services that are open to UWW Interdisciplinary Studies students. If you have a state child care voucher, you can use that voucher for child care at the UMass Amherst Center for Early Education and Care.
The Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success (CMASS) supports the student success and sense of belonging of first-generation students, students of color, multiracial students, and low income students. Programs and services are open to anyone. CMASS offers online and in-person student success coaching and graduate school preparation.
Student Support Request
If you are navigating some personal challenges (health, social, financial, emotional, academic) that have impacted your ability to focus on classes, please submit a Student Support Request. This will allow someone from the Dean of Students Office to get in contact with you to determine resources and assistance. You can also review their Student Support Resources page, which has information on support located both on and off-campus.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Friends of UWW
Led by UWW Interdisciplinary Studies alumni, Friends of UWW is a group of alumni, students, staff, and current and retired faculty committed to expanding awareness about the opportunities offed by the program, raising scholarship funds, and providing mentorship. You can reach them through the the Friends of UWW Facebook group or on Connect UMass.
UWW on Facebook
The UWW Department of Interdisciplinary Studies' official Facebook page is a great way to keep up with the latest and connect with other students. To make sure you don't miss our posts, change your follow settings to "favorites."