Students dream of a successful career, and a life that has meaning. They want more for themselves and for others. An UMass Dartmouth education can help students achieve their dreams.
Students will find themselves as they learn about the world. In classrooms, labs, and studios, they’ll work with dedicated faculty who are passionate about teaching and learning. They will gain confidence in themselves as they volunteer in the community, get hands-on experience in internship, and present their research.
The University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, (UMass D or UMass Dartmouth) one of the five campuses of the public University of Massachusetts, is a vibrant university actively engaged in personalized teaching, offering numerous study options at the undergraduate level.
At UMass Dartmouth, with an average class size of 24, professors get to know their students individually to help them succeed.
By the numbers:
- 82 academic programs
- 4,200 student living on campus
- 130 student organizations
- 7,500 undergraduate students
- Countries represented: 56
- Main campus: 13 buildings, 122 classrooms, 113 labs & studios
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For International Students
UMass Dartmouth requires all new international students—both F-1 and J-1 students—to attend the International Student Orientation, a multi-day orientation program, in addition to orientation activities for all new students. Orientation provides information sessions about the university and life in the U.S.
At the International Student Orientation, UMass D:
- welcomes students to campus
- helps students review visa regulations
- introduces them to American culture
- shares information about university services
- informs students about university policy
- and encourages them to make new friends