|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Students||9%||28%||45%||23%||2%||2%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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Plentiful research & internship opportunities. The biology professors work to make sure you are succeeding. Advisors are great and will make sure you are on the right track. Brand new dining halls and freshman dorms. Upperclassmen housing are big apartments which are awesome. Food Pantry for students in need, no questions asked. Great and unique STEM minors as well (sustainability, aging, and health, etc)
SENG building has been under construction for about a year. Nearing the end finally! Larts building needs a little renovation. Not very handicap accessible.
I personally love UMass Dartmouth because there are so many opportunities to get involved on campus. I was a member of a Greek life organization on campus and that is where I made lifelong friends that I still communicate with regularly. The professors care about their students' success, by offering one-on-one office hours where you can discuss personal goals and difficulties with current classroom material. Further, the professors are very quick with communication in my experience when I have reached out via email.
Be aware that the campus isn't the "prettiest" nor does it have the largest student population. The campus food is alright but I have definitely had better. It's also important to remember to utilize on-campus federal work-study opportunities because it's a great way to make additional money in between classes as most work-study jobs are flexible with students and their class schedules.
UMass Dartmouth has a really diverse community and holds a ton of events that give you the chance to explore your interests and meet with other people who might share those interests. There are a lot of kind and caring professors who do want you to succeed and try their best to help you through your courses if you ask for help.
Like there are good professors, there are also professors who don't necessarily care about your personal success, but there are tutors and learning centers that can really help.
Love the campus. The environment is wonderful. The professors are hardworking and helpful. So glad I chose Umass Dartmouth.
What I liked about the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth was the loving community. There are many clubs and events where you cannot be lonely. Everyone is friendly and polite.
The rushing school year, It goes back so fast and you just kinda go through it.