Columns, Speeches, and Updates
Earthquake in Nepal ›
Category: UpdatesChancellor Motley extends his deepest condolences to those affected by Saturday’s devastating earthquake in Nepal. The Nepali Student Association will gather Monday afternoon to plan their coordinated response to this tragedy.
What happens next—NEASC review process ›
Category: UpdatesA formal report from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) visiting team is expected sometime in June.
UMass Boston Making Campus Enhancements ›
Category: ColumnsUMass Boston's friends and neighbors are invited to the Annual Community Meeting on April 29 to learn more about the university’s new programs, community partnerships, and master plan for the future of the campus.
UMass Boston Remembers ›
Category: UpdatesBoston Mayor Marty Walsh has declared today One Boston Day. The UMass Boston community also remembers the Boston Marathon bombings by participating in and supporting the Run for Krystle.
NEASC Reaccreditation Team to Visit Campus, Hold Open Meetings ›
Category: UpdatesA review team from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges will be on the UMass Boston campus for a site visit and open meetings as part of a comprehensive review.
Community engagement – Uplifting our community, strengthening our university ›
Category: UpdatesThe annual Community Breakfast gives UMass Boston an opportunity to honor two individuals whose work in the community greatly improves people’s lives, and to highlight our connections with surrounding communities.
UMass Boston Values Communities ›
Category: ColumnsUMass Boston hosts its annual Community Breakfast on April 2 and a Community Meeting on April 29.
A Momentous Week for Our Campus ›
Category: UpdatesOn Monday, March 30, we will welcome President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Vice President Joe Biden as we celebrate the opening of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate. On Wednesday, April 1, we will celebrate the official opening of the ISC.
UMass Boston Programs Rising in the Ranks ›
Category: UpdatesU.S. News & World Report recognized graduate programs in nursing, education, and rehabilitation counseling at the University of Massachusetts Boston as among the best in the nation in their recent national ranking of graduate schools.
Welcoming the Edward M. Kennedy Institute ›
Category: UpdatesThe Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate opens its doors on the UMass Boston campus this month.