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University of Massachusetts

The University of Massachusetts is the five-campus public university system of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The system includes four universities, a medical school and a satellite campus.The system is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and across its campuses enrolls about 71,000 students.

Location

Address
181 Presidents Dr
City
Amherst
State
MA
Zip/Post Code
01003

Contact Information

Phone
Fax
Website
Financial Aid Website

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
21928
Total Graduate enrollment
6308
In State Tuition Fees
13258
Out State Tuition Fees
27974
ACT Score
28
SAT Score
1290
Grade Point Average(GPA)
3.7
Male Female Ratio
51:49
Acceptance Rate
61%
Student Faculty Ratio
18:01

Additional Information

College Type
Public
Religious Affiliation
N/A
Campus Housing
Yes
Mission Statement
NULL
Mascot
Minuteman
Colors
White Maroon
Conference
A-10

College History

History

Massachusetts boasts a rich network of museums, archives, historical societies, documentary filmmakers, and historic preservation agencies, as well as one of the top public research universities in the nation. Since 1986, the Public History Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has provided a vital link between the University and the Commonwealth"s wide variety of institutions that preserve and communicate history to the public.

College Specialty

Specialty

To provide an effective physical environment that supports the University of Massachusetts Amherst in its delivery of teaching, research, and public service

Alumni

Alumni

Seabury Stanton, former Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Biz Stone, Co-Founder of Twitter Sheri McCoy, CEO of Avon Products Harish Hande, Co-Founder of SELCO Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric) Zhou Qifeng, former President of Peking University) Joseph Kennedy II, member of the Kennedy family and founder of Citzens Energy Corp. Norm Abram (carpenter on This Old House) Kenneth S. Apfel (former commissioner, Social Security Administration) Frank Black (frontman of the band Pixies, solo artist) David Branch (commissioner of the Canadian Hockey League) Steve Buckley (Boston Herald sports columnist) Pat Cadigan (science fiction author) Gerry Callahan (sports radio talk show host on WEEI in Boston) Marcus Camby (basketball player for the New York Knicks) Jill Carroll (journalist for Christian Science Monitor) Ken P. Chong (NIST, NSF, The George Washington University) Natalie Cole (singer) Catherine Coleman (astronaut) Bonnie Comley (Tony Award-winning producer) Rob Corddry (comedian) Audie Cornish (broadcast radio personality and journalist, National Public Radio) Jeff Corwin (actor, Jeff Corwin Experience) Bill Cosby (comedian and actor) Victor Cruz (professional football player for the New York Giants) Patrick DeCoste (guitarist, composer) Gary DiSarcina (professional baseball player) Jeffrey Donovan (actor) Trung Dung (information technology expert) Paul M. English (co-founder and chief technology officer, Kayak.com) Julius Erving (professional basketball player for the Philadelphia 76ers, member of Basketball Hall of Fame) Pat Fallon (member of the Texas House of Representatives from Denton County, Texas) Mike Flanagan (professional baseball player) Marc Forgione (iron chef) Richard Gere (actor) Russell Alan Hulse (physics Nobelist) James Ihedigbo (professional football player for the Baltimore Ravens) Bill Janovitz (musician, Buffalo Tom) Derek Kellogg (Head men"s basketball coach for UMass, former assistant coach at University of Memphis under John Calipari) Stephen Kellogg (musician, Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers) Fardeen Khan (Bollywood actor) Hina Rabbani Khar (Foreign Minister of Pakistan) Madeleine Kunin (Governor of Vermont) Phil Laak (poker player and Jennifer Tilly"s boyfriend) Peter Laird Saba Wahid (Chef, Food Columnist and former presenter of television series Ask One and Studio One) Casey Wellman (professional hockey player, Minnesota Wild) Joey Santiago (lead guitarist of the alternative rock band the Pixies) Jonathan Bertman, Clinical Assistant Professor at Brown University George Wilding, Professor of Medicine at UW School of Medicine and Public Health M. S. Vijay Kumar, Senior Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education at MIT[40] Stephane Lasme (professional basketball player for Miami Heat) Hugh Loebner (demographer, social activist) Brandon London (professional football player for New York Giants) Taj Mahal (musician) William Manchester (historian, biographer) James Marcou (Professional Hockey Player, San Jose Sharks) J. Mascis (musician Dinosaur Jr.) William C. Martel (Associate Professor of International Security Studies at The Fletcher School, Tufts University) Marty Meehan (politician; since July 2007, Chancellor of UMass Lowell) Thomas Menino (mayor of Boston) Sean Nelson (musician) Ann C. Noble Inventor of the Aroma Wheel Kelly Overton (Writer and founder of People Protecting Animals & Their Habitats) Vivek Paul (former Vice President of Wipro Technologies) Jim Perdue (Chairman of Perdue) Rick Pitino (basketball coach) Thomas Pock (Professional Hockey player for New York Rangers) Bill Pullman (actor) Jonathan Quick (National Hockey League player for the Los Angeles Kings) and member of the 2010 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team Marc Randazza First Amendment Attorney and Legal Commentator. *[1] Jeff Reardon (professional baseball player) Buffy Sainte-Marie (musician, artist, educator, and social activist) Briana Scurry (player on the 1999 world champion United States women"s national soccer team) James Sherman (musician, Whittington) Marcel Shipp American football running back for the Arizona Cardinals Nalini Singh (Best known for her spontaneous stand-up comedy) Al Skinner (professional basketball player, former Boston College basketball coach) Jack Smith (former CEO of General Motors) Flo Steinberg (comic books) Sarah Stevenson (Director of Community/Player Relations, Boston Red Sox) Mike Tannenbaum (general manager NFL New York Jets) Jeff Taylor (founder of Monster.com) Joseph Hooton Taylor, Jr. (physics Nobelist) Paul Theroux author Jimmy Tingle (comedian; former television commentator on 60 Minutes II) John Tobin (Boston City Councilor) Sidney Topol (former CEO of Scientific Atlanta) Ron Villone (professional baseball player for Saint Louis Cardinals)

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