Indian Students Association (ISA) is a homogeneous group of Indian students studying at the University of Massachusetts campus of North Dartmouth (UMassD). It is a harmonious association of more than 150 student members of Indian origin navigated by a competent steering committee, comprising a strong fleet of elected committee members and staff & faculty members of UMassD, who primarily ensure the welfare of the association members at large. The committee is ably assisted by a large number of volunteers amongst student members. This cohesive teamwork & co-operation of the entire group of the ISA members, including all the student members, has made ISA a subject of envy at the UMassD campus. Value-based ethics, which is a coherent part of our rich Indian culture & heritage, is fabulously nourished by ISA, making it different when compared with others. Immense hard work & sincere dedication towards the welfare of the fellow members are the driving force behind the grand success in this association's functioning, which is truly selfless & voluntary, derived by an in-built deep urge to form a closely well-knit family of Indian students at the campus.
Dartmouth is a small and beautiful town located between New Bedford(5 miles) and Fall River(7 miles) on the Interstate Highway number 195 on the south-east coast of Massachusetts in the New England area of the United States. New Bedford is the fourth-largest, and Fall River the fifth largest city of Massachusetts. The climate of Dartmouth is typically temperate climate with the characteristic weather fluctuations of the New England Area. The temperature varies between -20c in winter to 30c in summer. There is plenty of snow in winters(October to April). The university campus is picturesque, and the University belongs to the Umass five college system with four other campuses at Amherst, Boston, Lowell, and Worcester.
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