Academic Support Services and Undergraduate Studies
We’ll Help You Start on Track and Stay on Track
In other words, your academic success is our top priority. In just a couple of years, more than 60% of all new jobs will require some college education.
To earn your college degree from UMass Boston, you’ll need at least 120 credits to graduate.
- To graduate in four years, you must take approximately 30 credits per year or 5 courses per semester.
- Taking fewer than five courses per semester means it will take you longer to graduate.
The important thing is that you reach your goal.
To help keep you on track, Academic Support Services and Undergraduate Studies offers you academic support in the following areas:
- Academic Support Programs
- Career Services and Internships
- Lillian Semper Ross Center for Disability Services
- Pre-Collegiate Programs
- Undergraduate Studies
- University Advising Center
- Success Programs — Asian American Student Success Program, Success Boston Initiative, Student Support Services
We encourage you to connect with faculty, staff, and other students to build a strong network of support to achieve your goals.
Outstanding advising, academic support, and opportunities for enrichment are also available through your college and through the college-based success communities:
- College of Advancing and Professional Studies
- College of Education and Human Development
- College of Liberal Arts
- College of Management
- College of Nursing and Health Sciences
- College of Science and Mathematics
- Honors College
- School of the Environment
- Contact Elizabeth Boyle