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Inventing the future

one student at a time


Welcome to UMa Study at the library Play disc golf on the quad Enjoy late-night snacks at Birch

Work out in our state-of-the-art fitness center

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Colleges

• Arts & Sciences • Business • Engineering • Nursing • Visual & Performing Arts

First-year students can have a car on campus

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TIER

National Research University in U.S. News & World Report

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Academic programs


ass Dartmouth Head to the beach

Explore the walking trails on our 710-acre campus

Meet for dinner at The Marketplace

Decorate your room

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states

60

countries represented

Undergraduates

1,650 Graduate students

3,500 Students live on campus in a 710-acre, park-like setting

33%

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Invent your future at UMass Dartmouth

You dream of a successful career, and a life that has meaning. You want more for yourself, and for others. A UMass Dartmouth education can help you achieve your dreams.

UMass Dartmouth is a Tier 1 national research university that provides you with a private college educational experience and public university value.

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Our outstanding faculty will challenge and encourage you. They will prepare you to thrive in a world that changes at a revolutionary pace. Your UMassD education is designed to develop a robust skill set and global mindset so that you think critically, communicate effectively, and learn constantly.

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Personalized education You will achieve that “lightbulb moment” when it all makes sense – it may be in the classroom, in the lab, or during a team project. Our alumni credit our faculty for making that moment happen – and it changed their lives. A UMassD education is about you, your potential, and your success.

Flexible skill set Put your knowledge to work. UMassD offers you internship opportunities in virtually every field. Service-learning courses enable you and your classmates to assist local organizations with your skills. Undergraduate research opportunities abound—during the academic year and in the summer. You will graduate with a portfolio of professional skills and practical experiences.

Diverse opportunities Inventing your future can take you in many directions, across campus and around the globe. The Honors Program offers innovative courses and activities for students who excel in academics, research, and service. Study abroad for a semester, a year, or during a school break. Develop your leadership skills through hands-on experiences and service learning.

UMassD College of Visual & Performing Arts students sketch on the Great Wall of China.

You will invent your future here

401

full-time faculty

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16:1

student : faculty ratio

50

# of study abroad locations

3+3

earn a BA or BS & UMass Law degree in 6 years

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A UMass Dartmouth liberal arts education prepares you for careers yet to be imagined, using technology not yet invented, to solve problems yet to be defined.

Involvement in class goes beyond raising your hand – it raises your creativity.

College of

Arts&Sciences Pursuing a major in the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) broadens your knowledge base, refines your ability to analyze information and develop creative solutions, and prepares you to effectively communicate your ideas. It is a recipe for success.

Students examine molecular structures using an X-ray diffractometer, the only instrument of its kind in southeastern Massachusetts.

Biology Professor Nancy O’Connor and her class collect specimens in a coastal marshland area. 4

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Areas of study

2,800 Arts and Sciences undergraduates

Faculty take advantage of local history to bring classroom lessons to life.

Invent your future CAS offers numerous opportunities to gain practical experience and build your résumé. There are hundreds of internship experiences available through the UMassD Career Development Center, and the staff there work closely with students to prepare them to pursue these openings. Internships often lead to job offers after graduation. UMassD professors offer undergraduate research position that lead students to publish their work in professional journals, attend and present at professional conferences, and attend the finest graduate schools in the country.

I left UMass Dartmouth a well-rounded student, and it helped secure a job even before graduation. I conducted my own research with UMassD’s professors. They helped me secure internships at UMass Medical and Brown University. Now, working at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, I use the same equipment I used in my UMassD classrooms.” Deborah Dele-Oni ‘18

Effectively communicate your ideas

Research Associate, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Internship locations

Graduate school placements

Career placements

Aetna, Inc.

Brown University

Akamai Technologies

Bristol County District Attorney’s Office

Harvard Medical School

Bristol-Meyers Squibb

Dana Farber Cancer Institute

MIT

Department of Homeland Security

Texas A&M

Fairhaven High School

Tufts University

Federal Bureau of Investigation

University of Colorado

Pfizer

University of Michigan

Siemens

University of Rhode Island

Salesforce

Massachusetts State House National Marine Life Center UnitedHealth U.S. State Department Washington Center

Yale University University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

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Businesses of all sizes and in all fields need college graduates who possess both insightful knowledge and handson experience. The Charlton College of Business prepares you to be that professional.

Charlton College of

Business Our rigorous curriculum and comprehensive internship program enable you to contribute your talents in any business sector, nonprofit organization, or government agency, upon graduation.

Charlton is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, a distinction given only to the nation’s most prestigious business colleges.

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Areas of study

1,400

Business undergraduates

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Charlton professors bring their practical knowledge into the classroom.

Business-related student organizations

Invent your future At Charlton, career preparation begins your first year. You complete assignments that are designed to build your career portfolio. Throughout your college experience, you participate in workshops, networking, and even individual coaching. Our goal is to help you land a great internship, and ultimately, a great job. UMassD supports your ambitions outside the classroom. You might join our national award-winning DECA chapter or participate in a project with the Center for Marketing Research. You’ll build skills and contribute to the broader community.

UMassD has given me the tools and resources to grow and strengthen my knowledge in the area of accounting. This year I was chosen out of 530 applications into a highly competitive internship program with financial advisors.” Chase Reardon ’20 Commonwealth Financial Network intern

Graduate degrees Charlton offers an MBA, or MS in Accounting, in Healthcare Administration, or in Technology Management.

Contribute your talents in any business sector Internship locations

Graduate school placements

Career placements

Aetna, Inc.

Bentley University

Amazon

BayCoast Bank

Northeastern University

Hasbro

Dell EMC

UMass Amherst

Google

New York Life

University of Rhode Island

KPMG

Pawtucket Red Sox

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Microsoft

PwC

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Proctor & Gamble

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Your engineering courses will be dynamic and practical. You’ll participate in team activities, projects, and assignments. You’ll conduct experiments, collect data, and analyze information as you learn engineering from the ground up with professors who are on the cutting edge of research.

In your first year, a specially designed course immerses you in multi-disciplinary engineering activities that have you working in teams and gaining hands-on experience. In your senior year, a capstone project will enable you to demonstrate your engineering knowledge and skills with a team of your peers and an outside organization facing real-life challenges.

Engineering

College of

Undergraduate programs in Bioengineering, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET Inc. The undergraduate Computer Science program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET Inc. 8

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Areas of study

1,300

Engineering undergraduates

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Ranked among national research universities in U.S. News & World Report

Invent your future UMass Dartmouth engineering students are actively recruited for internships with leading companies throughout the Commonwealth and beyond. If you prefer research, our faculty engage undergraduate and graduate students in their ground-breaking projects, which are funded by agencies such as the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and the Office of Naval Research.

Graduate degrees The College offers nine master’s and four PhD programs. Six accelerated BS/MS programs provide motivated students with the option of completing both degrees in five years.

Dr. Gaurav Khanna and his physics students harnessed the processing power of 176 Sony Playstation 3 game systems to study black holes, gravitational waves, and other research areas.

My UMassD education gave me the opportunity to learn, understand, and test myself. Working on team projects at UMassD, especially my senior design project, is a tremendous help in my current position. At work, I am a member of a team tasked with building a high school – knowing how to work in a group is key.”

Participate in cutting-edge research

Rijkaard Thomas ‘18 Project Engineer, Gilbane Building Company

Internship locations

Graduate school placements

Career placements

Apple Autocam Medical Bose Google iRobot Lockheed Martin Mass DOT Microsoft

Boston University Cornell University Georgia Tech Johns Hopkins MIT NYU Tandon School of Engineering UCLA University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

CDM Smith Dell EMC Johnson & Johnson NASA Naval Undersea Warfare Center Raytheon

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The College of Nursing offers an unparalleled nursing education. While you have the advantages of a comprehensive university education, you will begin nursing courses in your first year. Our rigorous curriculum and diverse clinical and mentorship experiences provide you with the knowledge, skills, and critical-thinking abilities essential for success in your nursing career.

y Our faculty are nurse scientists and experienced practitioners who closely work with undergraduates in and out of the classroom. You may be involved in a research project, attend and present at professional conferences, and contribute to scholarly publications.

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Nursing www.ccneaccreditation.org The bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice program at UMass Dartmouth are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

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97%

NCLEX pass rate for 2017 graduates

400

Nursing undergraduates

40

U.S. News & World Report ranks the College of Nursing in the top 10% of “Best Graduate Schools” in the U.S.

You will practice your nursing skills in our state-of-the art Simulation Center, a safe learning environment. You will develop confidence, learn teamwork skills, and think on your feet.

Invent your future UMass Dartmouth has close relationships with clinical sites around the region, the state, and beyond. Outside of your classes and clinical work, the Student Nurses Association and the Global Health Collaborative can help you build skills, make interdisciplinary connections, and contribute to the broader community.

Graduate degrees MS in Nursing (online) Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) PhD in Nursing

The nursing program gave me the resources I needed to pass the NCLEX on my first try. I knew I was well prepared based on the education and experiences I had. The student exchange program in Portugal helped me develop skills in culturally competent care. These skills have benefited me as a nurse in the community.” Veronica Fernandes ‘18

Contribute to the broader community

Registered Nurse, Charlton Memorial Hospital

Graduate school placements

Career placements

Clinical sites

Boston College Georgetown University George Washington University Northeastern University Pennsylvania State University University of Pennsylvania University of Tampa Yale University University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Bradley Hospital

Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI

Brigham & Women’s

UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester

Children’s Hospital (Boston)

St. Luke’s Hospital, New Bedford

Dartmouth Hitchcock

Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Newton

Johns Hopkins

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston

Mass General

Beth Israel Deaconness Medical Center, Boston

Rhode Island Hospital

Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston

Southcoast Healthcare System

Tufts Medical Center, Boston

VA Boston Health Care System

Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge

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Whether you have your sights set on being the next Groening, Van Gogh, Disney, Gaga, or an art or music teacher, the College of Visual & Performing Arts (CVPA) will help you develop and showcase your talent. It’s a tight-knit community of artists, scholars, and musicians working together to inspire and nurture creativity.

As a CVPA student, you’ll benefit from a university education that broadens your options for success in the arts. Our students earn a BFA or a BA degree, and are recruited locally, regionally, and nationally for their technical knowledge, preparedness, and imaginative problem-solving abilities. Your creativity is a highly valued skill.

Visual& Performing Arts College of

CVPA is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. 12

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Areas of study

400

CVPA undergraduates CVPA students receive individualized attention and feedback on their assignments.

Invent your future Studios and classrooms are located on our main campus and at the Star Store campus in downtown New Bedford. You’ll enjoy spacious student studios, state-of-the-art equipment, and galleries that highlight student work. A free shuttle connects the two campuses in just minutes.

Graduate degrees CVPA offers the Master of Art Education and Master of Fine Arts degrees.

The CVPA professors are amazing teachers and amazing people. I gained the skills and experience I needed, and they contributed to my success and others. They have even become our friends. CVPA is a community, and that is hard to find.”

Develop and showcase your talent

Chloe Bartlett ’18 Graphic Designer, Institute of Contemporary Art Boston

Internship locations

Graduate school placements

Career placements

Boston Ballet

Brown University

DC Comics

Disney College Internship Program

Parsons School of Design at The New School

Dreamworks

Tufts University

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art – Kansas City

Game Seven Marketing J Jill Liberty Mutual Insurance Robert Allen (NYC, NY)

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Fashion Institute of Technology National Geographic Reebok Wayfair

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Join us UMass Dartmouth is a tight-knit community where you’ll form lasting friendships, meet faculty and staff who’ll advise and guide you, and discover your own strengths as you become a vital part of our community. Being a student here is about working hard, but it’s also about having fun.

Immerse yourself in the campus culture

From pizza to stir-fry, sandwiches to veggie burgers and salad bars, you won’t go hungry.

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We offer traditional residence hall suites, apartments, townhouses, and living learning communities – and we guarantee you will have housing for all four years.

Examples of clubs you can join: • Cricket Club • Dance Team • Gaming Society • Fraternities and Sororities • Habitat for Humanity • Hillel • Humans vs. Zombies • Scrimshaw Yearbook • Ski & Snowboard Club • Student Government Association • Theatre Company • Torch Newspaper

76%

of first-year students live on campus

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places to dine on campus, some serving until 1 a.m.

180+

clubs and organizations

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We are the Corsairs That’s “pirates” to you landlubbers. Worthy adversaries. Towers of strength. Forces to be reckoned with. Arnie the Corsair is our mascot because he represents the adventurous, courageous spirit of our student athletes and the pride of our campus.

Arrr!!!

The Corsairs have a long history of outstanding athletic performance. We compete in the NCAA Division III, and about 500 UMass Dartmouth students participate on ​25 teams. In addition to successes on the court and in the field, our student athletes excel in the classroom, earning higher average GPAs than the student population at large.

Go Corsairs Ultimate Frisbee is a club sport; we offer rugby and cricket, too.

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Work out in the pool, the Fitness Center, on the courts, or the track.

DIII varsity sports

Nakira Examond ’19 2017 Little East Conference Player of the Year Nakira led the UMass Dartmouth women’s basketball team to the program’s first-ever NCAA Division III Tournament last season. Nakira earned First Team All-New England honors from both D3hoops.com and the New England Women’s Basketball Association. The psychology major hails from New Bedford.

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Women’s

Men’s

Basketball Cross Country Equestrian Field Hockey Lacrosse Sailing Soccer Softball Swimming & Diving Tennis Track & Field Volleyball

Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Ice Hockey Lacrosse Soccer Swimming & Diving Tennis Track & Field

500+ students play intramurals

500 25 students in

DIII member institution

Division III varsity teams

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You can schedule your visit any weekday or on select Saturdays during the school year. Take a tour with one of our knowledgeable students and get the big picture. Admissions counselors are available before and after your tour to answer questions.

Come visit Participate in an open house event so you can get a more thorough look at UMass Dartmouth. Our entire on-campus community comes together to share information and experiences that will help you see our campus in action.

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minutes to the beach

minutes to the Cape

miles to Providence

miles to Boston

Boston, MA

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Application requirements • Complete the Common Application, or UMassD’s online application • $60 non-refundable application fee • Official high school transcript, including 17 units of college prep courses • Official result of your SAT (math and critical reading scores), or ACT test • A personal essay • One letter of recommendation (optional, but recommended for highly competitive academic programs)

Visual Arts applicants (excluding art history) must submit a portfolio for review in person or electronically through SlideRoom at umassd.slideroom.com If you don’t have a portfolio, we have a special program for you. Visit umassd.edu/cvpa/portfoliodeferred Music applicants must contact the Music Department at 508.999.8568 to schedule an in-person audition and music theory assessment test.

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How to apply Important deadlines • October 1 – Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available for completion. • November 15 – Early Action application deadline. You’ll be notified in December. • Biology, engineering, and nursing are highly competitive programs; applicants are encouraged to apply early. • Regular Decision applications are reviewed once they are complete, and decisions are made as soon as possible. • February 1 – Nursing applicants’ priority application deadline. • March 1 – priority deadline for admissions applications and for filing the FAFSA.

Alternative admissions

Transfer students

Students who have completed high school or the equivalent, and whose academic performance may not demonstrate readiness for university-level work, may be eligible for admission through College Now or START. These programs have an application deadline of February 26.

We work to maximize the transfer credits from your previous coursework, and we have formal agreements with all Massachusetts state public community colleges, as well as with Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, the Community College of Rhode Island, Dean College, and Quincy College. These agreements provide qualified students with guidance about pursuing a bachelor’s degree along with expedited admission.

For more information, visit umassd.edu/collegenow

To learn more about transferring, visit umassd.edu/transfer

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Invest in your future

Need help paying for college?

UMass Dartmouth provides a private college educational experience and a public university value. In fact, 85 percent of our undergraduates who applied for financial aid received it.

Scholarships, grants, loans, and work study are available, and our experienced staff can guide you through this process.

You’ll be pleased to know that UMassD is ranked as a “best value” Massachusetts college, for both in-state and out-of-state students, according to Payscale.

Contact our Financial Aid Office, or visit umassd.edu/financialaid

2018–19

Cost of Attendance

2018-2019

MA Residents

N.E. Proximity*

Out-of-state

Tuition plus mandatory fees

$13,921 $18,853

$29,141 $29,661

$27,408 $32,340

$42,628 $43,148

International

Full-year rates

With room & board Based on Platinum Plan (unlimited meal swipes) and double room for a full year

Individual college fees (additional annual fee based on student’s registered major)

Arts & Sciences

*New England Proximity Program

$426-$928

The UMassD New England Proximity Program offers a Business $468 special tuition rate for all Engineering $1,350 first-time, first-year students Nursing $885 from Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Visual & Performing Arts $902 Island, and Vermont who Applied music fee $733/course enroll in any UMass Dartmouth undergraduate One-time only fees full-time program–effective for new students entering Orientation (First-year) $270 in Fall 2018. Orientation (Transfers) $150 Orientation (International)

$260

Transcript fee

$100

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85

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of students who apply for financial aid receive it

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Academic Program Areas

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Arts & Sciences

Business

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Anthropology Applied & Computational Mathematics Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Clinical Laboratory Science Crime & Justice Studies Data Science (interdisciplinary) Economics Economics-Healthcare Services Administration English French Health & Society History International Politics International Security Studies Liberal Arts Literature & Criticism Marine Biology Mathematics Medical Laboratory Science Philosophy Political Science Portuguese Pre-law Psychology Public Administration Sociology Spanish Women’s & Gender Studies Writing, Rhetoric & Communication

Accounting E-commerce / Digital Business Finance General Business Administration (transfers only) Leadership Management Management Information Systems Marketing Operations Management Service Operation Management Small Business/ Entrepreneurship Supply Chain Management Technology & Management

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Minor only Aging & Health Black Studies Communication Creative Writing Indic Studies Leadership & Civic Engagement Religious Studies Sustainability Urban Studies ADM-Viewbook-KD-20180801

Minor only Business Administration International Business

Engineering Astronomy /Astrophysics Bioengineering - Biomedical Engineering (sophomore entrance) Civil Engineering - Environmental Resources Engineering (sophomore entrance) Computer Engineering - Cyber Security (sophomore entrance) Computer Science Data Science Electrical Engineering Manufacturing Mechanical Engineering Physics Software Engineering

Visual & Performing Arts Animation & Game Arts Art Education Art History Ceramics Drawing Graphic Design Illustration Integrated Studio Arts Jewelry/Metals Music Music Education Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture Textiles Minor only Film & Media Studies Fine Arts

Pre-professional advising Pre-law Pre-med & pre-health (including pre-dental, pre-PT, pre-vet)

Still can’t decide? You can apply to UMassD without declaring a major. Arts & Sciences Undeclared Business Undeclared Engineering Undeclared Studio Arts Undeclared

Minor only Computer Game Design Mobile Applications Development

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