Our On-Campus Partners
Division of Athletics and Recreation, Special Projects and Programs
The University of Massachusetts Boston fields 18 varsity teams: nine for men and nine for women. The Office of Community Relations provides services to enhance the student experience at UMass Boston and promote the university's engagement beyond campus. To promote our student athletes, we offer special community nights at some of the sporting events. If you have an idea for a partnership or would like to bring a group on campus to watch some of the games, please let us know. Call 617.287.5310 and we can help you book your group.
Families can gain access to the university's pool, gymnasium, and ice rink if they sign up for a community membership. The form is available online.
Performing Arts Department
The Office of Community Relations wants to ensure that our friends and neighbors get an opportunity to see some of the great productions the Performing Arts Department is staging in the University Hall Theatre, located on the first floor of University Hall.
University of Massachusetts Boston productions and events for the 2016-2017 season:
The Comedy of Errors
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Daniel Gidron
April 6-8 and 12-14, 2017
Tickets, Subscriptions, and Group Rates
Buy your tickets online. Tickets will also be sold at the door.
Bill Doncaster, Outreach Coordinator, Performing Arts Department
The Harbor Gallery is a student-run exhibition space located on the first floor of McCormack Hall, across from the café open during the fall and spring semesters.
If you would like to submit your work for consideration or you are part of a group that would like to use this space, contact the Harbor Gallery director at 617.287.7988 or email email@example.com. Submission guidelines are available online. While you are online, you can sign up for the gallery's mailing list.
Monday Harbor Cruises
From June through September, the Division of Marine Operations provides Monday harbor cruises to on-campus and off-campus community members. Tickets for the 75-minute narrated rides are available on a first-come, first-serve basis for $10. Reservations are not required. Cruises depart from the Fox Point Dock, located adjacent to University Drive between Wheatley and McCormack Halls.
Waterfront Recreation Program
Community members have an opportunity to sign up for a Boating in Boston season pass, good at all Boston locations and Washington, D.C. locations. Members get access to sailboats, kayaks, canoes, peddle boats, stand up paddleboards, and windsurfers.
Marine Operations maintains a fleet of vessel available for charter and provides dockage, mooring, and training to boaters and sailors who wish to use the facilities at Columbia Point.