UMass Dartmouth Student Affairs
As members of the UMass Dartmouth community, law school students have access to many services on the main campus through the Office of Student Affairs.
The Health Services Office's staff of nurse practitioners, nurses and consulting physician can handle many of your health care needs. They can also make referrals when necessary.
They evaluate and treat most problems. The most common ailments or issues include:
- sore throats
- the flu
- coughs and colds
- skin problems
- gyn problems/birth control
- orthopedic injuries
- stress issues
Visit Health Services for information about health forms, required immunizations, health insurance, and more.
Students may seek short-term psychological counseling from the professional staff of the UMass Dartmouth Counseling Center. Student contact with the Counseling Center is confidential and without charge.
In conjunction with the Academic Resources and Writing Center, the Counseling Center also puts on study skill seminars at the law school addressing topics such as memory enhancing techniques, stress management, and exam anxiety.
UMass Dartmouth Department of Public Safety provides a comprehensive program of police and public safety services to enhance the quality of life consistent with the values of the university community. As a dedicated partner in their community, they are committed to deliver these essential services with the utmost integrity and professionalism to ensure civility and the protection of life and property.
Transportation & parking
UMass Dartmouth is proud to provide quality shuttle service to all members of the campus community. The shuttle is available to all students, staff and faculty, free of charge.
UMass Law via shuttle service
- Operates Monday - Friday during the academic year
- Fall 2013: operates August 19 - December 20
- Spring 2013: operates January 6 - May 9
- No service when the university is closed, such as for school breaks, holidays, or school closing due to inclement weather
- Route: Ivy Hall - Campus Center - Law School - Campus Center - Ivy Hall
Center for Access and Success
The Center for Access and Success (CAS) is the office that oversees the University’s compliance with the legal mandates expressed in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 for students with documented disabilities.
The Center for Access & Success serves as a faculty resource in offering students equity and excellence in education, maximizing each student's educational potential while helping him or her develop and maintain independence. UMass Dartmouth strives to ensure complete access to University academic programs. Schedule an appointment with us to discuss your individual needs.
The Center works with faculty, staff, and students on campus to ensure that appropriate academic adjustments are made that allow all students equity inside the classroom. Students who have documented disabilities on our campus are afforded a variety of services to accommodate their individual disabilities.