University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

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The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (UMass Dartmouth, UMassD, or "UMD") is one of four campuses and operating subdivisions of the University of Massachusetts (UMass). UMass Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a vibrant public university actively engaged in personalized teaching, innovative research and serving as an intellectual catalyst for social and cultural development. Established in 1895, UMass Dartmouth has developed into a renowned textile, technological and art institution, and offers a wide and balanced array of programs that effectively combine a liberal arts education with real world applications. UMass Dartmouth is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the top public regional university in New England, is a Carnegie Community Engaged University and places in the top tier nationally on the President's National CommunityService Honor Roll. Known for personalized teaching and its growing research program, UMass Dartmouth is home to the School of Marine Sciences and Technology, the College of Visual and Performing Arts based in historic New Bedford, and UMass School of Law, the Commonwealth's only public law school.
















Location & Facilities

It is located in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, United States, in the center of the South Coast region, between the cities of New Bedford to the east and Fall River to the west and about 60 miles south of Boston, The university, often called UMass Dartmouth, also offers a highly ranked fiber arts program in its College of Visual and Performing Arts. UMass Dartmouth is host to one of the nation's most extensive undergraduate and graduate programs in Portuguese language and literary studies, offering both a BA and an MA in Portuguese studies, as well as a Ph.D. program in Luso-Afro-Brazilian studies and theory. The school also hosts the Universityof Massachusetts School of Law.






















List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

UMass Dartmouth is best known for its programs in engineering, nursing, marine science, business, visual and performing arts, and also its Portuguese studies programs. The University of Massachusetts—Dartmouth offers nearly 50 bachelor's degree programs. Graduate students can choose from more than 35 master's degree programs, including those in the Charlton College of Business, the College of Engineering, and the College of Nursing.

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Management Information Systems


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Human Resourse Management


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Operations Management


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Global Business Management


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Political Science


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Liberal Arts


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2013-2014 Scholarship Program Process


Individual scholarship descriptions contain specific eligibility criteria.
Review all scholarships to take advantage of each opportunity available to you:

  • General scholarships
  • Scholarships available within your college of study
  • UMass System Presidential Scholarships

How to apply

Submission deadline for all scholarships is March 15 (unless otherwise noted). Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. It is your responsibility to make sure you have followed the necessary steps for each scholarship submission.
Scholarship awarding for the 2013-2014 academic year begins during the spring 2013 semester and will continue throughout the 2013-2014 academic year. Only students that are selected for a scholarship will be notified. Scholarship applications will remain on file for consideration for the entire academic year. Students who receive a scholarship will be asked to submit a thank you letter to the donor for their gift to you.

Helpful hints

  • Read each scholarship to determine what you may be eligible for.
  • Scholarships are defined as need-based, merit-based or both.
  • Demonstrated financial need is determined by a completed FAFSA.
  • A 2013-2014 FAFSA completed by March 1 will automatically allow students to be considered for most need-based scholarships. Some need-based scholarships have a separate application and will be listed with the scholarship. 
    Be sure to review all scholarships.
  • Merit-based scholarships are determined by the requirements of each individual scholarship.
  • Application for merit-based scholarships is by a Merit-based General Scholarship & Eligibility application (one application will allow students to be considered for multiple scholarships); a separate application; or an application process through your college of study.
  • For scholarships that require both merit and demonstrated financial need, a completed FAFSA will determine financial need.

UMass Dartmouth Scholarships

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