Student Resource Centers
The ARMS (Advocacy for Resources for Modern Survival) Center was founded in 1987 to serve low-income students. We focus our attention on low-income individuals, but we turn no one away. Our mission is to empower, inspire, and educate low-income individuals and their allies. We are here to help: we provide resources that are otherwise difficult to find all in one convenient place.
The UMass Boston Student Veterans' Center is a student-run center, established to help support the student veteran population at UMass Boston. The Veterans Center is a resource center which provides a wide range of information on veteran issues to both veterans and veteran supporters at UMass Boston.
The Women's Center sponsors events and programs throughout the year of special interest to women of color, women with disabilities, women veterans, queer women, and the many women who transcend these spaces and identify with multiple spaces.
Established in 1989, Casa Latina is a non-profit student organization at UMass Boston dedicated to providing cultural, social, and academic support to students and community members. We are an all-inclusive organization: our doors and resources are open to the entire student body. At Casa Latina we believe the success of one is success for us all, we must work together to inspire positive change in nuestra Casa!
The mission of the Black Student Center is to provide a central space for students of African descent and other ethnic groups to develop academically and socially by promoting a positive self-image through facilitating access to their history and culture.
The Asian Student Center promotes unity, Asian heritage and cultural diversity, hosts social events throughout the year, is a place for students to relax and make new friends, and welcomes all students.
The charge of the Queer Student Center (also known as the QSC, or "The Q") is to facilitate the educational and social development of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and queer (LGBTQQ) population at the University of Massachusetts Boston.