Tag: Welcome Week 2017
- 2017 Welcome Week Events: September 14
Welcome Week wraps up with convocation, a campus kickoff event, and movies under the stars.
- 2017 Welcome Week Events: September 13
More than 30 nonprofits will be on campus to promote volunteer and internship opportunities, including organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters, Campus Kitchens, Generation Citizen, and JumpStart.
- 2017 Welcome Week Events: September 12
UMass Boston offers a variety of social, cultural, and educational engagement opportunities outside of the classroom. Stop by the Involvement Fair to connect with 100 different student organizations.
- 2017 Welcome Week Events: September 11
The Appreciation Station is an opportunity for folks to create their own thank you cards for the people they appreciate in their lives! Take a moment to give back to your friends and family.
- 2017 Welcome Week Events: September 8
Stop by the Vendor Fair, a Campus Center tradition. Local artisans will be on hand throughout the day displaying their handcrafted products. Watch a volleyball doubleheader and a men's soccer game.
- 2017 Welcome Week Events: September 7
CLA First! sponsors snacks before class at 11. Also at 11, University Health Services invites you to spin the wheel and learn all about your reproductive health.
- 2017 Welcome Week Events: September 6
Learn about great employment opportunities on and off campus. CSM students: Join Dean Andrew Grosovsky for breakfast!
- First Day of School
Stop by for a snack and a greeting from Chancellor Mills before flying off to class. At 5 p.m., there will be a special reception for graduates of Boston Public Schools.
- Big Papi (David Ortiz) to Speak at Freshman Investiture Ceremony
Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz will give the keynote address at this year's freshman investiture ceremony, which is the official welcome of the Class of 2021 to the university.
- 2017 Fall Convocation
Interim Chancellor Barry Mills cordially invites you to attend the annual fall convocation. Dr. Myechia Minter-Jordan, president and CEO of The Dimock Center, is the guest speaker.