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Thank you for your interest in visiting Amherst College! We're delighted to be once again welcoming visitors to our beautiful campus and we look forward to having you with us.

There are two ways you may plan your visit:

  • Register for an official, scheduled visit. Visitors can register for a combination of a one-hour information session (presented by an admission dean) plus a one-hour tour (led by a student guide). As described below, current on-campus health and safety protocols will be followed.
  • Explore campus informally on your own. If you'll be visiting Amherst at a time when no official visits are scheduled, you are welcome to enjoy a walk through campus.  

Please review the information below to ensure that you are familiar with the protocols that may be in place during your visit.

Health and Safety Protocols for Campus Visits

To ensure the comfort, health and safety of our visitors and our college community, a number of protocols have been instituted for on-campus visits. Please review the following information carefully, so that you will be prepared and able to fully enjoy your time with us. Separate information sections are provided below for official, scheduled visits and informal visits, so be sure to consult the section relevant to your intended visit.

Official, Scheduled Visits (Campus Tours and Information Sessions)

Pre-arrival arrangements.

  • All visitors who wish to join an on-campus tour or information session must be registered in advance for one of our official on-campus visits.
  • To register, review the schedule of available on-campus visits ; after making a selection, the appropriate registration form will be available for completion and submission. 
  • Anyone experiencing symptoms that could be COVID-related (e.g., cold, flu, other respiratory illness) or who has been in recent close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID should not visit campus. 

Arrival on Campus

  • Location : Official campus visits will begin at the Wilson Admission Center at 220 S Pleasant St, Amherst, MA 01002.
  • Check-In : All visitors registered to join a scheduled campus tour and/or information session must check in with our reception staff at the Wilson Admission Center. To avoid last-minute delays, we ask that you plan your travel and parking, so that you can arrive for check-in at least 30 minutes before the scheduled start of your formal campus visit. 
  • Parking : There are several parking spaces for registered visitors on the roadway directly in front of the Wilson Admission Center. Visitors may also park in the Orr Rink parking lot, only a short walk from the Admission Center. There is additional overflow parking available at the lot adjacent to Converse Hall, at the corner of College Ave (Rt. 9) and Boltwood Avenue.
  • Directions : Please consult the College website for  driving directions , a full print campus map , an interactive online campus map , and other helpful information about visiting the campus and the town.

On-Campus Health and Safety Protocols

  • Please review the current masking requirements  on the College's COVID-19 webpage before arriving on campus.
  • Recognizing that vaccines are one of the most effective precautions we can take to return to an immersive living and learning model, Amherst College instituted a requirement that all faculty, staff and students be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 before returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester. All community members were required to verify their booster shot no later than February 1, 2022, and to participate in our ongoing, mandatory COVID testing program.

Informal Visits

  • Those who have not preregistered for an official on-campus visit are welcome to explore campus grounds on their own. Some buildings may remain closed to the public.
  • Please review the current masking requirements  on the College's COVID-19 webpage  before arriving on campus.
  • As a guide during your visit, you can access our interactive campus map , follow our online virtual tour or download a print campus map .
  • Please consult the College website for  driving directions and other helpful information about visiting the campus and the town.

If you have any questions about the protocols required for campus visits, please contact us at [email protected] or (413) 542-2328.

Thank you again for your interest in amherst. we wish you a safe and speedy trip and we look forward to welcoming you to campus.

The Value of College Tours

  • Author By Lindsey Huang ’26
  • Publication date February 4, 2024
  • Categories: Class of 2026
  • Categories: Tips and Tricks

a student tour guide leads a group of visitors across the quad on a sunny day

A lot of college students will understand that making a decision about which college to attend requires a ton of careful consideration. One way to learn more information that factors into a final decision about which college to attend is by visiting the college in person and taking a college tour. Sure, you can see photos and videos of the college online and read about what the college has to offer, but the opportunity to talk to a current student and see the college in person is invaluable. 

I’m fortunate I could tour Amherst before I decided to commit. Although most people tour colleges during junior or senior years, I toured Amherst the summer before my sophomore year. My dad was visiting Boston for a work conference, so the rest of my family and I decided to tag along and take the opportunity to visit some colleges. So, I toured many colleges around Boston and toured Amherst since I was interested in attending a liberal arts college. I’m grateful to have toured early on in my high school career because, starting the spring semester of my sophomore year, the pandemic made it hard to travel, and many colleges, including Amherst, stopped offering in-person tours, opting to offer virtual tours instead. 

Truthfully, I don’t remember much from my Amherst tour because it happened more than 4 years ago (wow, writing that made me feel old!), but I remember bits and pieces that stuck with me. One thing that stood out was that the Amherst tour guide was willing to answer questions with their own experience and personalized the tour. They were super friendly and easy to talk to, making the tour stand out from the other tours I attended at other colleges. Another thing that stood out from the Amherst tour was the architecture of the buildings. I distinctly remember walking into the Science Center, Greenway Dorms, and Beneski Museum and being blown away by the design. My memories of these buildings greatly influenced my decision to attend Amherst. 

As a current student at Amherst, I’ve seen the value of a tour from a college student’s perspective. Sure, it might feel strange to be sitting in a classroom and see a group of touring students walk past your classroom, but I know many students who work as tour guides, and all of them are passionate about Amherst and know so much about the college. I love getting to wave to them and seeing them on tours out and about on campus, and it’s always great to see how much fellow students want to help out high school students with their college decisions! 

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Amherst College is a private institution that was founded in 1821. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1,898 (fall 2022), and the campus size is 1,000 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Amherst College's ranking in the 2024 edition of Best Colleges is National Liberal Arts Colleges, #2. Its tuition and fees are $67,280.

Amherst College, located in Amherst, Massachusetts, is known for its rigorous academic climate. Amherst is a member of the Five Colleges consortium, which also includes Smith , Mount Holyoke , Hampshire and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst . Students may take courses at any of these colleges. Amherst offers more than 100 student organizations; the college banned fraternities in 1984. Amherst claims to have the oldest athletics program in the nation, along with the third oldest football field. The Amherst Mammoths participate in NCAA Division III sports in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. The school is also part of the unofficial Little Three athletic conference with Williams  and Wesleyan , which has lasted more than 100 years. Freshmen are required to live on campus in one of seven residence halls.

Amherst is an undergraduate college that offers degrees in 40 different majors. Amherst, known as "the singing college," has many a cappella groups, including the Zumbyes, the Bluestockings and Route 9, to name a few. Amherst is also taking great strides to become more sustainable, and it protects 500 acres of open land and water in its wildlife sanctuary. Notable alumni include former U.S. President Calvin Coolidge, Prince Albert II of Monaco and former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Harlan Fiske Stone.

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  • Group tours are generally not available when students are in exams or on break. You can view our academic calendar here: Academic Calendar
  • Groups of all sizes are welcome to inquire about the possibility of a visit, but we cannot guarantee guided tours for groups of more than 50, especially when we anticipate a high volume of visitors.
  • Though we welcome visitors of all ages, our information sessions and guided tours are designed for students who will be applying to college in the near future.

Admission & Financial Aid Calendar and Deadlines

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November 1, 2023 (Early Decision) Early Decision admission applications must be submitted through Common Application or Apply Coalition, Powered by Scoir, by this date.

November 15, 2023 (Early Decision) All required financial aid forms and supporting documentation for the CSS Profile must be received for all Early Decision financial aid applicants. NOTE: For students applying in 2023-24 (for aid in the 2024-25 academic year), the FAFSA form may not be available until late December 2023. All applicants should submit their FAFSA by February 1.

January 3, 2024 (Regular Decision) Regular Decision admission applications must be submitted through Common Application or Apply Coalition, Powered by Scoir, by this date.

January 10, 2024 (Regular Decision) All required financial aid forms and supporting documentation  for the CSS Profile must be received for all Regular Decision financial aid applicants. NOTE: For students applying in 2023-24 (for aid in the 2024-25 academic year), the FAFSA form may not be available until late December 2023. All applicants should submit their FAFSA by February 1.

July 1, 2024 (Early Decision and Regular Decision) All required financial aid forms and supporting documentation  for the FAFSA must be received for all first time enrolling students for Fall 2024. 

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March 20, 2024 (Regular Decision) Decision notices to Regular Decision applicants sent electronically on or around this date.

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May 15, 2024 (Regular Decision) Admission Response Form for students admitted under Regular Decision must be submitted to Admission Office.

We're delighted that you are interested in visiting UMass Amherst! Below you will find information about planning your visit and traveling to campus.

Campus Tours & Info Sessions

UMass Amherst Undergraduate Admissions offers in-person campus tours and first-year admissions information sessions throughout the week. Our tours and information sessions offer students and families the opportunity to learn more about life at UMass Amherst and our first-year application process.

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Check out our in-person and online events for opportunities where you can interact, ask questions, and learn all about the UMass Amherst experience.

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UMass Amherst Undergraduate Admissions offers group tours to high schools, community-based organizations and community colleges that work with students at the 9th-grade level and above.

To request a group tour (10-60 students) for your high school group, community-based organization or community college, please see the schedule linked below. Space is extremely limited, so it is recommended to schedule a group tour well in advance. Groups are also welcome to visit UMass at any time and tour campus on their own . 

Amherst: A Great College Town

Amherst is known as one of the top college towns in North America! The town really has it all, and it will be your home as a UMass Amherst student.

Meet Our Tour Guides

Abby '27 (she/her).

Hometown: Grafton, Massachusetts

Major: Biology, pre-med track

Activities and involvement: Asian American Student Association, UMass Pre-Medical Society, intramural soccer

Favorite food location at UMass: Berkshire Dining Commons

Alec '27 (he/him)

Hometown: Somerville, Massachusetts

Major: Psychology

Activities and involvement: Member of the Commonwealth Honors College, intramural hockey through LUG Sports

Favorite food location at UMass: Easily Roots Café in the Honors College hub. The quesadillas and chicken sandwich are heavenly. Just don’t ask how much money I’ve spent so far…

Ally '24 (she/her)

Hometown : Boxborough, Massachusetts

Double major : Kinesiology and Public Health (Pre-Medical)

Activities and involvement : UMass CHAARG (President), pre-medical peer advisor, patient care technician at Emerson Hospital, teaching assistant in Kinesiology, 

Why I chose UMass: I chose UMass Amherst because it is the best of both worlds. Here I am able to create my own small-school feel while also being part of a larger community at a world-class university. There are so many resources available to me as a student, and every faculty member I have come across is supportive and wants me to succeed. I switched majors three times in just one semester, and UMass made that process seamless and easy, allowing me to explore my interests and learn from other perspectives. 

Andrew '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Downingtown, Pennsylvania

Major: Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences

Activities and involvement: Outing Club, National Student Speech-Language & Hearing Club, social media manager Special Olympics club, vice president Cycling and Sustainability Club, and intramural soccer team

Anna '27 (she/her)

Hometown: Lexington, Massachusetts

Double major: Theater and Economics 

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, UMass Theatre Guild, UMass Theatre Department

UMass hidden gem: The garden outside Frank is one of my favorite places to visit on a beautiful day. Whether I take a walk through the rows of plants or sit and read a book on one of the benches, it never fails to put me at ease and is always a great way for me to reconnect with nature.

Annabelle '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Oak Ridge, New Jersey

Major: Biology  Minors: Biochemistry and Business

Activities and involvement: Chaarg, TA, peer-led organic chemistry tutor, Polish Cultural Club, UMass Dining Ambassador

Why I chose UMass: I chose UMass because of the Exploratory Track offered, where I was able explore different classes in the STEM realm and find a track that best fit what I was looking for in a career!

Bella ‘24 (she/her)

Hometown: Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts

Double major: Journalism and Psychology

Activities and involvement: HER Campus, ACE MV advisory board member, local mental health advocate

Favorite food in the dining commons:  My favorite food on campus is the paradise sushi roll from Blue Wall!

Bella '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Pembroke, Massachusetts

Major: Marketing

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, UMass Women in Business Co-director of Professional Events

Why I chose UMass: I chose UMass because of the extensive support and resources that the university has to offer. I have never once felt under-advised and have always had someone to turn to when I needed guidance. Additionally, UMass offers numerous opportunities for students to thrive, including various clubs, organizations, and support groups on campus.

Ben '24 (he/him)

Hometown: Natick, Massachusetts

Major: Theater

Activities and involvement: UMass Theater Guild, Club Gymnastics, UMass Mystery, UMass Lettuce Club, Intramural Co-Ed Flag Football

UMass hidden gem: The Durfee greenhouse is beautiful all year round. From the tropical plants to the koi fish, it’s such a serene place to study. 

Briana '24 (she/her)

Hometown: Medford, Massachusetts

Major: Operations & Information Management and Psychology

Minor: Information Technology

Activities and involvement: OIM Club, Women in Business, Intramural Volleyball

Favorite food location at UMass: Carney Café in the Isenberg Hub

Celia '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Acton, Maine

Major: Legal Studies

Minors: Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and Anthropology

Activities and involvement: Club Swimming, Triathlon Club, Commonwealth Honors College, Pre-Law Club, Legal Studies Undergraduate Board

Favorite food location at UMass: I love the wraps at Whitmore Café, a perfect hidden gem in the center of campus!

Chris '24 (he/him)

Hometown: Winthrop, Massachusetts

Double major: Marketing and Journalism

Activities and involvement:  Social media manager Excel Ninja, writer for Amherst Wire, podcast host, club lacrosse

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: Hampshire Dining Commons honey-glazed salmon

Christian '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Charlton, Massachusetts

Major: Finance

Activities and involvement: Delta Sigma Pi Fundraising Chair, Intramural Soccer

UMass hidden gem: The rooftop on the Design Building is one of the best spots on campus a lot of people don’t know about!

Colby '26 (he/him)

Hometown: Bourne, Massachusetts

Major: Electrical Engineering

Activities and involvement: WMUA radio, UMass Wind Energy Club, UMass Outing Club, intramural sports

Why I chose UMass: I chose to go to UMass because of their top-ranked engineering programs, and how that gives me a smaller, niche community to interact with within the large and diverse campus as a whole. There are so many ways to find your groups while at UMass, but it’s great having the resources of a bigger school. You can really get the best of both worlds at UMass!

Colin ‘24 (he/him)

Major: Biology on the Pre-Physician Assistant Track

Minor: Spanish

Activities and involvement: Research assistant in the Downes Lab, Pre-Physician Assistant Club, teaching assistant for Honors Introductory Biology, Intramural Sports, BioTAP RAP, Commonwealth Honors College

UMass hidden gem:  If you stand on the Morrill Science Center bridge as the sun is setting, you get a beautiful unobstructed view of the center of campus with a classic UMass sunset in the background. It makes for some great pictures!

Daniela '24 (she/her)

Hometown: Bronx, New York

Major: Kinesiology on a Physical Therapy Track

Minor: Psychology

Certificate: Medical Humanities

Activities and involvement: Kinesiology Club, Association of Women in STEM

UMass hidden gem:  I think a UMass hidden gem is the rooftop courtyard in the John W. Olver Design Building! It is such a beautiful and peaceful place to study or even just spend some time with your friends!

Danish '26 (he/him)

Hometown: Belchertown, Massachusetts

Double major: Economics and Public Health on the Pre-Med Track

Activities: Commonwealth Honors College, TA for SPHHS 150, research assistant in Skouta Lab, events coordinator for Pakistani Students Organization, HEART intern

Favorite food from the dining commons: Mediterranean wrap with lamb from Tavola. 

David '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Agawam, Massachusetts

Double major: Biochemistry and Psychology

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, club swim team, Ski and Board Club, lifeguard with Campus Recreation

Why I chose UMass: UMass was the perfect combination of great academics, great food, low cost, and a vibrant community. There is truly an exciting, fun, and enthusiastic energy at UMass that the students and staff all create. I really enjoy the amount of events, activities, and resources that are offered to students on campus, and even in the surrounding area. There is always something to do, and new things to experience.

Dilan '24 (he/him)

Hometown: Burlington, Massachusetts

Double major: Economics and Political Science

Minor: Math and French

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, student-assistant coordinator of co-curricular events and programs for the Honors College, Commonwealth Honors College Student Advisory Board, undergraduate research assistant in the Department of Resource Economics, UMass Minuteman Marching Band, UMass Pep Band (Hoop and Ice Band), SBS in D.C.

UMass hidden gem: The marching band practice fields are where I spend most of my fall semesters, and I couldn’t love them any more. All semester long, you are guaranteed to witness the most stunning sunsets over the fields during every single rehearsal. Even when cold weather makes your instrument freeze to your lips, or rain makes the grass into a slip-and-slide, the stunning sunsets will always melt your woes and warm your soul. 

Divya '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Shrewsbury, Massachusetts

Double major: Microbiology and Human Pathophysiology (BDIC)

Activities and involvement:  UMass Jazba, South Asian Students Association, Hack(H)er413, Pre-Medical Society, Early Academic Development Lab

Favorite UMass food: My favorite food on campus is the zesty orange chicken from Frank Grab and Go!! It’s the perfect quick lunch to eat and will always hit the spot. Also great to grab if you want to sit outside and eat lunch on a sunny UMass day!

Drew '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Uxbridge, Massachusetts

Major: Environmental Science

Activities:  Commonwealth Honors College, undergraduate research assistant in the Stockbridge School of Agriculture, EnviSci peer advisor, gallery attendant for the Student Union Art Gallery, UMass Dynamics Acappella, Forestry Club

UMass hidden gem: The outdoor areas around Central and Orchard Hill Residential Areas. I would consider the Durfee Conservatory a must-visit when at UMass, but the gardens and orchards surrounding the greenhouses are just as beautiful. The rhododendron garden across the street is also a great place to check out, especially because you can find some trees and shrubs that make up UMass’s arboretum. Lastly, Prexy’s Ridge is the only old-growth forest in Massachusetts found on a college campus and has awesome trails to explore.

Eli '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Alameda, California

Double major: Sport Management and Marketing

Activities and involvement: McCormack Student Leaders Club (MSL), RAP resident as a freshman, intramural sports

Why did you choose UMass?:  I chose UMass for a wide range of reasons, but the biggest reason I chose it was to have the opportunity to be a part of the most prestigious and best Sport Management department in the country. After taking part in the summer program that the department puts on every year, I knew I wanted to be in the McCormack Department for my undergraduate years. Two tour guides who also are Sport Management majors were kind enough to talk to me before I officially made my college decision and their enthusiasm about the department, the tour guide job, and UMass as a whole solidified my choice to come to UMass.

Elise '27 (she/her)

Hometown: Andover, Massachusetts

Activities and involvement: UMass Alpine ski team, Women in Business, Marketing Club, AdLab 

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: Moose tracks ice cream at Frank

Elizabeth ‘25 (she/her)

Hometown: Braintree, Massachusetts

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Activities: UMass Minuteman Marching Band, Pep Band, Spring Color Guard

Favorite food on campus: Sweets ‘n' More is one of my favorite student-run businesses on campus.  All of their ice cream shakes are named after current students working there, and my friend Lee’s shake, called the Lee’s a Little Fruity, is my absolute favorite.  It’s made with raspberry sorbet, strawberry ice cream, and maraschino cherries! 

Ella '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Arlington, Massachusetts

Double major: Psychology and Community Education & Social Change

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, Habitat for Humanity, CHAARG, Outing Club, intramural sports

Why I chose UMass: I chose the University of Massachusetts Amherst for the affordable tuition, their high ranking as a public university, the large student population, and access to a large university's resources. My acceptance to the Commonwealth Honors College is another reason that I chose UMass, with its tight-knit community and smaller class sizes. UMass has something for everyone, and I truly couldn’t be happier with my decision to come here. 

Emerson '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Westborough, Massachusetts

Major: Psychology with a certificate in Criminal Justice

Activities and involvement: Residential Service Desk (RSD), UMass Transfer Residential Academic Program (Rap), Best Buddies club, Criminal Justice Club, intramural field hockey, basketball, volleyball, and co-ed flag football

Favorite food location at UMass: My favorite dining hall at UMass is Hampshire Dining Commons, or more commonly known as Hamp! I love the layout of Hamp, the variety of food choices, and the huge open windows that overlook the Southwest horseshoe. Not to mention, they have the absolute best oat-ly self serve ice cream for the perfect sweet treat after a well-balanced meal. I always put chocolate sprinkles, caramel sauce, coconut flakes, and crushed up Butterfinger candy pieces on my oat-ly…wow I am hungry now! 

Emily '24 (she/her)

Hometown: Haverhill, Massachusetts

Major: Early Childhood Education

Favorite food from the dining commons: My favorite food at UMass are the mint chocolate brownies that you can find at any of the four award-winning dining halls! They are so chocolatey and they go great with the homemade vanilla ice cream. 

Emily '26 (she/her)

Major: Nutrition Minor: Kinesiology

Activities and involvement: Nutrition Club

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: The chicken teriyaki sushi from Worcester commons is the best thing ever! The chicken and sushi combo is the best of both worlds!

Emma '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Berkley, Massachusetts

Major: Operations and Information Management

Activities and involvement: Delta Sigma Pi, 180 Degrees Consulting

UMass hidden gem: The courtyard area in the Commonwealth Honors College residential area is a great place to enjoy a sunny spring day or watch a great sunset over the rec fields!

Fayobomi (Fayo) '24 (she/her)

Hometown : Ondo State, Nigeria

Double major : Marketing and Communications Minor: Psychology

Activities and involvement : Admissions diversity fellow, teaching assistant, peer advisor, peer mentor, SoulTV

Favorite UMass food: Harvest has my heart.

Fiona '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Quincy, Massachusetts

Major: Kinesiology

Activities and involvement: The Body Shop on campus, physical therapist aide and personal trainer off campus

Why I chose UMass: I chose UMass because despite how big and intimidating the size of the school may be, the environment and community felt so welcoming and so easy to find my place in! I transferred here from a much smaller school but the liveliness of the campus and extensive opportunities for involvement made the large campus and thousands of students so much easier to navigate. Something that has always stood out to me was how welcoming and kind the entire community at UMass is, both staff and students. This is something that truly can make or break a college experience — for me here at UMass, it made it! Beyond this the classes specifically for my major, kinesiology, were very extensive for several career path outcomes and had exactly what I was looking for! Academic-wise, the transfer process was seamless making my transfer process easier than I ever expected!

Gavin '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Belford, New Jersey 

Double major: Geography (GIST) and Sustainable Community Development

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College student ambassador, International Scholars Program, New Student Orientation and Transitions Office, Student Alumni Association, intramural soccer and volleyball, Jewish Student Union (JewMass)

Favorite UMass tradition/event: My favorite UMass Tradition is the Commencement Ball. Every May, senior students are able to attend this formal gala in the Mullins Center to celebrate the success of their undergraduate journey. It is like prom, but for college students! As a member of the Student Alumni Association, I was able to help plan and decorate for this highly anticipated event during my first year at UMass! It was extremely rewarding seeing the final product of my club’s hard work. 

Giorgia '27 (she/her)

Hometown: Milan, Italy

Major: Animal Science 

Minor: Art History 

Activities and involvement: Animal Science/Pre-vet club, Animal Science RAP

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: My favorite food here at UMASS is the chocolate chip banana bread. It can be found in all of the cafes on campus and on special occasions in the dining halls. It is the perfect snack during a study break or in the morning, especially if paired with coffee. It just never disappoints. 

Hunter '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Holyoke, Massachusetts

Major: Operations & Information Management

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, Women in Business, Isenberg Global Citizens, American Hotel & Lodging Association

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: The pickle slices at the Hampshire Dining Commons sandwich station!

Ilana '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Watertown, Massachusetts

Double major: Dual degree in BDIC (Concentration: Microbiology and Soil Science) and Portuguese 

Activities and involvement:  Commonwealth Honors College, president of UMass Club Swimming, RecWell employee, undergraduate researcher in Molecular Microbial Ecology Lab, permaculture garden volunteer 

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: My favorite food from the dining commons is the Japanese Curry Chicken Tonkatsu, or as I refer to it, Japanese yummy yummy . Every Wednesday night after swim practice, you’ll find my teammates and I in the dining hall with ‘Japanese yummy yummy’ bowls cluttering our table. 

Indira '26 (she/her)

Hometown: New York, New York   

Double major: Legal Studies and Environmental Refugee Displacement (BDIC) 

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, UMass Minuteman Marching Band, intramural soccer, volunteer work at Not Bread Alone Soup Kitchen (CESL Program)

UMass hidden gem: Definitely the courtyard behind Thompson Hall facing the Campus Center Parking Garage. It’s a great outdoor study space that’s tucked away from the main campus walkway just enough that it’s the perfect environment to concentrate in. In the spring, the cherry trees in the courtyard bloom, and you can tuck yourself up underneath the petals on a lawn chair and just relax. I highly recommend!

Isabella '24 (she/her)

Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona

Double major: Public Health and Spanish

Activities and involvement: Greek Life, Public Health Club, study abroad (Salamanca, Spain), Student Nurses Association, intramural sports, teaching assistant 

Why I chose UMass: I am a firm believer that you can truly only live AND experience a college town once in your life, and that is when you are in college! The Amherst area is not only home to UMass Amherst but also four other colleges, bringing a lot of opportunities, perspectives, and fun!

Ishaan '26 (he/him)

Hometown: New Delhi, India

Double major: Economics and Psychology Minor: IT

Activities and involvement: Student Government Association (SGA), Sikh Students Association, 180 Degrees Consulting, SBS Pathways Center, Implicit Social Cognition Lab

UMass Hidden Gem: The hill in Orchard Hill makes for an awesome hangout spot to watch sunsets and have picnics on warmer days and for sledding on snow days! I so wish I had discovered it sooner while I was living in the area. 

Isoiza '24 (he/him)

Hometown: Silver Spring, Maryland

Major: Sport Management

Minor: Economics

Activities and involvement: Member of Commonwealth Honors College, coach of UMass women's club basketball team, scout team for UMass varsity basketball team.

Favorite food location at UMass: Worcester Dining Commons. 

Jibrael '25 (he/him)

Hometown: North Bergen, New Jersey

Activities and involvement: Association of Diversity in Sport, McCormack Sport and Analytics, Laboratory for Inclusion and Diversity in Sport, mentee for the Boston Celtics for Corporate Partnerships

Why I chose UMass:  I chose UMass because they wanted me for me, and they accepted what I did inside and outside of the classroom! I am really glad I ended up coming here!

JC '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Dartmouth, Massachusetts

Activities and involvement: Head of public relations at the Massachusetts Daily Collegian, Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society, Diversity in Psychology Club

Favorite food at the dining commons: Frank stir fry with chicken and noodles, a little spicy and extra flavor

Julia '27 (she/her)

Hometown: Longmeadow, Massachusetts

Double major: Biology and Spanish

Activities and involvement: Pre-Medical Society, Genetics Club, Spanish department weekly Sobremesa

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: The pho noodle soup is by far my favorite meal on campus! You can add in a bunch of different things, but I always add tofu, scallions, cilantro, and a lime wedge!

Kaitlyn '24 (she/her)

Major: Nursing

Activities and involvement: Chi Omega, Student Nurses’ Association, Hampshire Medical Reserve Corps, Ski & Board Club, UMass Dance Marathon

UMass hidden gem: My favorite spot on campus is the Durfee Conservatory! It is a gorgeous greenhouse with its own koi pond. In between classes, I like to stop by for some peace and quiet to get away from the hustle and bustle of UMass. 

Kelly '26 (she/her)

Major: Psychology with a Neuroscience Concentration 

Minor: Business

Activities and involvement: Club Gymnastics, Ski and Board club, Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority

UMass hidden gem: Argo tea next to Berkshire!

Hometown: North Reading, Massachusetts

Minor: Math

Activities and involvement: UMass Ski and Board Club, UMass Outing Club, intramural flag football

Favorite UMass tradition/event: My favorite UMass tradition has to be the opening game at the Mullins Center for the hockey season. There is so much school spirit and watching the game is a lot of fun!  

Kendall '26 (they/she)

Hometown: Beverly, Massachusetts

Major: Geography

Minor: History

Activities and involvement: Geoscience Club, UMass Democrats, Film Discussion Club, intramural flag football

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: Garlic. Knots. They have them at all the dining halls from time to time, but my favorite way to have them is from Worcester Grab N’ Go on Fridays with chicken broccoli alfredo.

Kyle '24 (he/him)

Hometown:  Taunton, Massachusetts

Minor: Sociology

Activities: OIM Club, Marketing Club, Real Estate Club, intramural sports

Favorite UMass food: My go-to UMass lunch is a buffalo chicken grilled cheese from the Carney Café in Isenberg! It’s the perfect quick meal between class times.

Lizzie ‘25 (she/her)

Hometown: East Longmeadow, Massachusetts

Double Major: Linguistics and Communication Disorders

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, Period Movement, UMass Permaculture Initiative, Outing Club

UMass hidden gem:  Greeno Sub Shop! Located in the basement of Greenough Hall in Central Residential Area, Greeno Sub Shop makes the best grilled cheese sandwich at UMass. Along with Greeno, UMass has a number of completely student run businesses, all of which serve amazing food and are run by your peers (which makes it that much cooler). The menu and atmosphere of Greeno is just the best, and is 100% worth walking up the hill for.

Mackenzie '24 (she/her)

Hometown: Worcester, Massachusetts

Minor: Education

Activities and involvement: Chair of Outreach and Development in the Student Government Association

Favorite food location at UMass : People’s Market

Maddie '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Rehoboth, Massachusetts

Double Major: Art and Education

Activities and involvement: Art Club, Museum Club, Crochet Club, Ski Club, Outing Club, House Council

Favorite food location at UMass: My favorite food location at Umass is Sweets & More. I go there almost every week and I love supporting them since they are a student-run business. Sweets & More always has new and different themed foods based on holidays or what is happening on campus, and I always get excited to see what new desserts they have each month. My favorite things to get are the shamrock shake for St. Patrick's Day and the caramel apples for Halloween. 

Mary '24 (she/her)

Hometown: Mattapoisett, Massachusetts

Double major: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and Management

Activities and involvement: Special Olympics club, Club Lacrosse, Commonwealth Honors College, Women in Business, Intramural everything 

Favorite food location at UMass: My favorite food location is the Greeno Sub shop, one of our student run co-ops on campus where you are guaranteed to get a delicious and creative sandwich served to you with a smile. They’re always coming up with new menu items and I love it.

Myleigh '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Williston, Vermont

Major: Psychology, Neuroscience Track

Minor: Biology and Certificate in DDHS

Activities and involvement: The Navigators, Habitat for Humanity, NSSLHA, intramural volleyball, and I’m a research assistant in a neuroscience lab on campus.

Favorite food location at UMass: Franklin Dining Commons!!!

Naicha '24 (she/her)

Hometown:  Taunton, Massachusetts

Major:  Psychology, Neuroscience Track 

Activities and Involvement:  STEM ambassador program

Favorite UMass event:  UMass Blackout Cookout is a great way for different, diverse communities to come together and showcase cultural dances, songs, foods, etc. and celebrate heritage and each other’s uniqueness on a bigger scale. 

Natalie '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Salem, Massachusetts

Double major: Psychology, and Criminology & Law

Activities and involvement: Communities Against Cancer Club, Students to End Alzheimer’s Disease Club, Special Olympics (Young Athletes Program), Criminology Club, Neuroscience Club, Forsythe Grange Mentoring Program, SPACE Program

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: Cookies & cream frozen yogurt with Oreo topping!

Ria '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Elmsford, New York 

Major: Psychology and Economics 

Minor: Business 

Activities and involvement: Economics Club, Girl Up, American Red Cross Club, UMass South Asian Students Association, Resident Assistant 

Why I chose UMass: The main reason I chose UMass was because the campus is just so beautiful. Whenever I feel stressed about school, or just want some fresh air, I always go and sit by the pond. I also love visiting the Durfee Conservatory and watching the koi fish swim around. The atmosphere and environment at UMass is extremely refreshing and I’m so glad I chose to come here! 

RJ '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Mount Laurel, New Jersey

Major:  Operations & Information Management

Certificate: Data Analytics

Activities and involvement: WMUA, Marketing Club, Outing Club, Ski and Board Club

Favorite UMass food:  Teriyaki chicken bowls from Hamp!

Sabrina '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Newton, Massachusetts

Double major: History and Economics

Activities and involvement: Women’s club volleyball, Student Government Association, Resident Assistant

Favorite food location at UMass: My favorite food location is Tavola in Blue Wall. I’m there at least three times a week to get a falafel or chicken wrap (and always with extra tzatziki).

Sage '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Rowley, Massachusetts

Double major: Sociology and Psychology

Activities and involvement: Acapella and intramural sports

Why I chose UMass: I chose to transfer to UMass because of the welcoming environment and the overwhelming amount of groups to join, and activities to participate in. I love meeting new people every day and discovering new gems of campus. 

Sam '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Ipswich, Massachusetts

Activities and involvement: Student Nursing Association (SNA), Student Nurse Ambassador, CHC, Intramural Volleyball

Favorite food at UMass: The chicken teriyaki sushi from Hampshire Dining Commons is my favorite! I don’t like seafood, and I like the chicken so much that I usually ask for some on the side too.

Sara '27 (she/her)

Hometown: Seattle, Washington

Double major: Political Science and Sociology; certificate in Criminology and the Criminal Justice System 

Activities and involvement: Intramural volleyball, Legal Studies Club

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: Spicy tuna roll from Berk

Scotty '25 (he/him)

Hometown: Boston, Massachusetts

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Activities and involvement: American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Supermileage Vehicle Team (SMV)

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: Waffles and hard ice cream at Franklin Dining Commons

Shyla '26 (she/her)

Hometown:  Orange, Massachusetts

Major:  Kinesiology on Pre-Physical Therapy Track

Activities and involvement: Treasurer and competitive dancer - Ballroom Dance Team, Programming Board

UMass hidden gem: The courtyard between Linden and Maple House. Love studying outside when its nice out and it's usually super quiet

Silas '26 (he/him)

Hometown: Topsfield, Massachusetts

Major: Political Science

Activities and involvement: Cru, Club Tennis, 91.1 WMUA Amherst, Outings Club, and intramural soccer, flag football, basketball, and volleyball

UMass hidden gem: The Post & Bean Café in the Olver Design Building is one of my favorite places to study! It has tons of big windows, really great architecture, and faces west, so it’s a great place to see the sunset! Every time I’m there, I grab a latte and set up by the window to grind out my homework. Definitely check it out if you’re looking for a hidden study spot.

Sophia '24 (she/her)

Hometown: Lexington, Massachusetts 

Double major: Computer Science and Psychology

Activities and involvement: UMass Dance Club, UMass Ski and Board (Board Member), WMUA (91.1 FM), Women in Computer Science

UMass hidden gem:  Harry Potter themed bathroom, but you have to find it for yourself!

Sophie '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Marblehead, Massachusetts

Double major: Political Science and Journalism

Minor: French

Activities and involvement: Massachusetts Daily Collegian Staff Writer, WMUA 91.1 DJ, UMass Women into Leadership Fellow, Resident Assistant

Favorite food at one of the dining commons: Stir fry and cookies & cream frozen yogurt at Berkshire Dining Commons makes for the perfect meal!

Tamara '25 (she/her)

Hometown: Beirut, Lebanon 

Major: Exploratory Track in the College of Natural Sciences

Activities and involvement: Arab Cultural Association; Center for Education, Policy, and Advocacy; research

UMass hidden gem:  Morrill Science center has an amazing hidden crystal exhibit that I always visit after class.

Taylor '27 (she/her)

Hometown: Stamford, Connecticut

Double major: Studio Art and English

Activities and involvement: College of Humanities and Fine Arts (HFA) Student Leadership Group, Hillel, Local Mojo, Art Club, Criminology Club, UDems

Why I chose UMass: I feel supported as a humanities major at UMass. The College of Humanities and Fine Arts (HFA) has many resources for students to take advantage of. The HFA community is one that I cherish and am proud to be a part of!

Ty '26 (he/him)

Hometown: Sheffield, Massachusetts

Major: English

Activities and involvement: Theater electrician

Favorite food location at UMass: Sweets 'n' More is my favorite place on campus to grab food. They have breakfast food in the evening and I can go there with friends and grab themed milkshakes and hash browns. 

Uma '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Caldwell, New Jersey

Double major: Psychology and BDIC (behavioral economics) 

Activities and involvement: Commonwealth Honors College, Student Alumni Association (student ambassador and recruitment coordinator), iCons, Isenberg Undergraduate Consulting Group (junior analyst) 

Favorite food at the dining commons:  Mac ‘n’ cheese with buffalo tenders at Worcester grab ‘n’ go every Monday! Monday Mac is literally built into my calendar because of how much I love it and look forward to it!

Valeria '27 (she/her)

Hometown: Billerica, Massachusetts

Double major: Political Science and Economics 

Minor: Psychology 

Activities and involvement: Apart from being a tour guide, I am a Senator, Chair of the Rules and Ethics Subcommittee, and sit in on the Administrative Affairs Committee for the Student Government Association. I am also a member of the Commonwealth Honors College and part of a RAP (Residential Academic Program).

Favorite UMass tradition/event:  My favorite UMass Event is supporting our Division 1 sports teams. Whether it’s attending the Football tailgates, Basketball, or Hockey games, UMass never fails to provide you with a sense of community through these exciting games. Our competitive program and exceptional school spirit make attending these events one of the best parts of my experience. 

Vandana '24 (she/her)

Double Major: Economics and Math

Minor:  Computer Science

Activities and involvement:  UMass Red Club, Smart Woman Securities, Girls Who Invest, and more!

Favorite food location at UMass: My favorite food on campus is the Tavola falafel wrap. It’s so refreshing and delicious!

Willa '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Annapolis, Maryland

Double major: Communications and Journalism

Activities and involvement: UMass Ski and Board Club, Dance Club, Yoga Club 

Favorite UMass tradition/event:  Guac week

Yasmine '26 (she/her)

Hometown: Woburn, Massachusetts

Double major: Public Health and Public Policy 

Minor: Arabic 

Activities and involvement: Arab Cultural Association (E-Board), Muslim Student Association, Pakistani Student Organization, Student Government Association, Public Health Club, teaching assistant 

Yusuf' 25 (he/him)

Hometown: Durban, South Africa

Major: Economics Minor: Philosophy

Activities and involvement: Resident assistant, Muslim Students Association, Outing Club, Isenberg Sales Club

UMass hidden gem: A hidden gem I’ve come across during my time at UMass is the Durfee Conservatory, opposite UHS. The conservatory is a serene and warm escape from the hustle and bustle of campus, especially during the winter months. Whether it’s just walking through on my way to class or reading a book next to the koi pond, it’s a great place to unwind. 

Zaeem '27 (he/him)

Hometown: Islamabad, Pakistan

Double major: Computer Science and Mathematics in Data Science and Statistics

Activities and involvement: Member of the Pakistani Student Organization, Muslim Student Association, UMass Outing Club, and UMass Cricket Club.

Why I chose UMass: I chose UMass for a multitude of compelling reasons that combined to create an unbeatable experience. UMass has a vibrant and diverse student body, providing an exciting platform to connect with individuals from across the globe, each bringing unique ethnicities and cultures to the mix. Also, the campus is a hub of constant activity, offering endless opportunities to explore, engage, and push myself both academically and socially. Now that I'm here, I couldn't be happier to be a part of this adventure!

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