University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Reviews
The small classrooms were an excellent learning environment. Cost was very affordable. The staff and faculty were very helpful and there were many opportunities for research. Professors were very involved in helping students reach their research goals as well as help the students prepare for graduate school or career opportunities. The campus was a very friendly environment and very accepting.
The nursing program at Umass Dartmouth was outstanding! It was very hands on and certainly prepared me for my career. All the teachers were very supportive and wanted students to succeed. The university always did it's best to accommodate all students especially with clinical rotations. If you hd a certain interest in something they did their best to help you get that experience. I would definitely recommend!
I had a very positive experience at the University Of Massachusetts Dartmouth. The professors were always available and the number of students in class was minimal, allowing for solid interaction among instruction and peers- not getting lost in the crowd.
I was in the online M.S. in Healthcare Management program. It was a great experience - very flexible, good professors, interesting classes - especially the ones taught by Professor F. It's an especially good program if you're interested in cost management and quality improvement. I'd highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about these areas without having to go to a classroom.
The MLS program at UMD greatly prepares and educates potential hospital lab employees. Because of the didactic instruction, many graduates pursue advanced degrees with the knowledge they've obtained through their undergraduate career. The science background obtained from this degree will help any future scientist or medical professional by providing a concrete understanding of the pathophysiology of the human body and current testing methods used to treat and diagnose various disease states.
The University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, offered me a world-class education at an affordable price. I had the opportunity to work with professors who were alumni of prestigious Ivy League schools from a variety of backgrounds, and learn alongside my classmates who hailed from a variety of diverse backgrounds. I built meaningful relationships as a result of attending this school and garnered a wonderful education that has now lended me the opportunity to pursue my graduate degree at Boston University. I'm greatly indebted to my alma mater.
Umass Dartmouth was a safety school out of all the schools that I originally applied for. Coming from a low income family, college was very important to us as a family. So choosing the school was based off of affordability and closeness to home. My 4 years of college at Umass Dartmouth ended up great. The professors really were into the major and teaching all the information they know to pass along to us. The student life was very lively and diverse. I was involved with as many groups as possible because not only do you get to meet alot of people but you learn important leadership skills that are useful later on. The only thing I wish the school would work on is the career advising. Students often have to take the initiative to see someone for help. So make sure when you're in your last year 2 years of school, talk to as many people as you can at the school to obtain career opportunities.
University of Massachusetts is a state school and very affordable. As an immigrant, student diversity was a good thing that I experienced. There are students from all over the globe. The location of the school is also great. North Dartmouth is a quiet and friendly city.
UMD was a wonderful school for what I wanted to get out of it. Professors ranged from highly engaging, knowledgeable and enlightening to lackluster and arrogant. Though I thoroughly enjoyed my college experience and learned a great deal in the realm of world literature, professional writing and film technique, so much of what made my experience wonderful was study sessions with friends I made during my four years and my involvement with the theater company. The outside-the-classroom experience is what I gained the most from and carry with me to this day. UMD is not for everyone, but remember that the college experience is very much what you, yourself, make of it.
My years at UMass were some of the best of my life. When I started my freshman year I didn't know exactly what I wanted to do, but quickly because involved in the theater company which helped focus me on what kind of education I wanted to have while I was there. The English department was full of fun, interesting and smart professors who helped expand my vision and knowledge of the major I had chosen.