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 Services We Provide

What can the SAIL Office do for you? Check out our Student Activities - SAIL Brochure!


Weekend and Late-Night Programming

Every weekend the SAIL office offers a variety of different programs both on and off campus. Some past programs include:

  • Annual New York City Bus Trip
  • Oozeball Tournament (Mud Volleyball)
  • Improv Shows
  • Pub Nights
  • Poker Nights
  • Salem, MA Bus Trip
  • Ghosthunters
  • Bowling Nights



SAIL Uncorked

Our extremely successful, 21 plus, alcohol education program, Uncorked is held every Thursday night in the university club. Students wear business casual dress and are able to sample a variety of different beverages and learn about how they are made. Fourty students are able to attend this program each week. Students register online for these sessions


Student Coordinators

The SAIL Office provides assistance in planning programs, creating marketing strategies, and establishing budgets. We know how to program and want to help you plan and run successful events! The staff will also assist student clubs and organizations in designing and facilitating training for its members, as well as arrange workshops to meet the specific needs of the club or organization upon request. If you are interested in meeting with our Program Coordintor, please stop by the SAIL Office today!

Student Organization Guide

The Student Organization Guide is a tool that will assist student organization members with event planning. If you would like to form a student organization, you can get this Guide in the SAIL Office or you can download it here: Student Activities - Student Org Guide 

Greek Life

Greek Life is an active part of the UMass Dartmouth Community. We have 8 Greek organizations on campus along with the Order of Omega, an honorary Greek organiation. Click here for more information on Greek Life.

Corsair Fair

The CorsairFair gives students an opportunity to meet student leaders, recruit new members, display what their organization is all about and learn about the various clubs and organizations on campus. The fair is held annually within the first two weeks of school in September.

Channel 80.1

Updated daily, this information system offers the University community a schedule of events for the upcoming week. It’s a great way to advertise information for the upcoming events. This channel is accessible on campus cable on channel 80.1. Download a template and submit it to SAIL@umassd.edu with the dates of the event.
Channel 80 Event Slide Template

Channel 80 News Slide Template

Postering Policy

The SAIL Office approves all information that is pertinent to the University community for posting in the Campus Center. For more information on the posting policy, stop by the office or call us at 508-999-8127. All posters ondisplay in the Campus Center must be approved and stamped by the SAIL Office. Any postings that are not stamped are subject to removal.




Donald C. Howard Leadership Program

Emerging Leaders Symposium

Greek Leaders Symposium