Care & Advocacy: Provides support and guidance to students who are experiencing difficulties and need assistance in navigating University policies and procedures. Examples include working with students who are contemplating a leave of absence; class absences due to extenuating circumstances; or managing a difficult concern. In addition, the Interim Director works with Veterans to provide support and resources.
Career Center: Provides students and alumni with a wide array of career-related and employment-related services like resume reviews, career planning, mock interviews, alumni career panels, and more.
Welcome to "The Gathering" Catering. You can find our full menu selections for a student breakfast or an upscale luncheon by visiting us on line : dineoncampus.com/umassd
We will be happy to assist you at any time with placing your food and beverage orders. We can walk you through the on-line process. Choose from the featured menus or contact us to customize your event by emailing JoAnn Woodis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 508-910-6430.
Center for Access & Success: Offers students equity and excellence in education to help them develop and maintain independence. Information about mobility assistance, note taking, peer counseling, on-campus housing accommodations, sign language interpreters, and more.
Center for Religious and Spiritual Life: Coordinates religious activities and serves the spiritual needs of the university community
Center for Women, Gender & Sexuality: A voice for women and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community—with the purpose of eliminating barriers, diminishing prejudices, and creating a supportive climate and space for all.
Counseling Center: Offers a wide spectrum of psychological and educational support services. Information about services, self-assessment tools, and more.
UMass Dartmouth Dining Services is responsible for all food services on campus including catering, meal plans, and retail dining locations. Locations for eating are located throughout the campus.
Meals for On-Campus Students
Students living in the traditional residence halls (freshman and sophomore housing) are required to purchase one of the four resident meal plans available. We offer a variety of meal plans to fit the needs of all of our students. Along with being able to use student meal swipes in the Residence Dining Hall (The Marketplace), students (excluding the Platinum membership) can use a meal swipe at select retail locations for select meals; this is known as meal equivalencies. Dining Services offer meal plans friendly to students who reside in apartment style living on campus. All dining memberships have been designed to accommodate a variety of types of needs based on a student's busy schedule. Convenience, value and flexibility are three important features our memberships offer. Our dining memberships consist of swipes, Corsair Cash and guest passes. Students have the ability to not only choose which membership works best for them, but they are allowed to choose from levels of Corsair Cash, depending on the membership choice. There is always a place for students to use their meal plans from 7:00 a.m. until midnight!
Charges for the student meal plans are shown in the chapter on Expenses and Student Financial Services.
Special Dining Locations
The Marketplace (Located in the Resident Dining Building) is an all-you-care-to-eat dining facility with hours from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. during the week and 10:00-8:00 on weekends. The Marketplace provides a variety of meals, including a saute station, multiple entree stations, a vegetarian station, a vegan station, a local station that includes local meat, fish and dairy, and a pizza/pasta station. Some of our all day features include a full deli, salad bar, and breakfast station.
Campus Center Food Court (Located in the Maclean Campus Center) offers four dining locations:
2.Mato: Freshly made pizzas, calzones, and pizzans for all Italian lovers. With a variety of pasta dishes this authentic Italian dining venue is one of a kind. Students can choose one of our specialty pizzas or build their own.
Mondo Subs: Hearty made-to-order subs and wraps are a hit. With bread made fresh every morning and freshly cut meats, students have the ability to make their sub or wrap the way they like it.
Plate by Plate: Offers 3 different concepts that rotate weekly. With made to order breakfast and lunch dishes, a student can get a freshly made omelet in the morning or stir-fry made to order at lunch.
Wendy's: As our national brand restaurant on campus, Wendy's offers a variety of burgers, chicken sandwiches, and salads. Wendy's also offers a variety of sides, including baked potatoes and chili.
Corsair Café (Located in the Maclean Campus Center across from UMass Pass) serves, Jim's Organic, a local coffee company located in Wareham, MA. This dark roasted coffee allows students to have a variety of coffees including espresso and cappuccino, along with their favorite flavor shot. Island Oasis smoothies are also available year round with several fruit and coffee flavors. Pastries are made fresh every morning and artisan crafted sandwiches are also available.
Academic Carts (located in three academic buildings) serves breakfast items, sandwiches, salads, snacks and hot & cold beverages for students who are on the go between classes.
Birch Grill (Located in Birch Residence Hall) offers a wide array of selections at this convenient dining location. Serving everything from burgers to wings to hot and cold sandwiches, there are plenty of options.
University Club (Located in the Maclean Campus Center) offers a restaurant-style dining atmosphere for lunch with an option of an all you care to eat buffet.
All major credit/debit cards and cash are accepted at all dining locations. Learn more on the UMass Dartmouth Dining Services website: DineOnCampus.com/umassd
Frederick Douglass Unity House: Offers a variety of student-oriented programs on cultural diversity and pluralism, minority empowerment, political activism, social responsibility, cultural traditions, and more.
Health Services: Provides accessible, responsive, cost-effective, quality health care and education. Information about health insurance, fees, immunization requirements and recommendations, scheduling doctor's appointments, and what to do when the health offices are closed.
Housing & Residential Education: Supports the academic achievement and personal development of our residential community. Everything you need to know about living on campus from room selection to descriptions of residence halls, parking information, laundry/vending services, and more.
Leduc Center for Civic Engagement: The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth seeks to prepare students for life as active and engaged citizens. To aid in this endeavor, the Leduc Center for Civic Engagement strives to provide the University with activities that meet the challenge of providing active student learning opportunities while meeting and addressing community needs.
LiveWell/Health Education: Peer health education program with information about mental health, signs and symptoms of emotional problems, ULifeline, and more.
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SAIL: Student Activities Involvement & Leadership: Supports the development of student groups, provides tools to help you become more actively involved on campus, and helps student organizations thrive.
Student Conduct & Dispute Resolution: Develops, distributes, and enforces university conduct regulations. Information about community standards, policies, procedures, student rights and responsibilities.
UMass Dartmouth Police: The UMass Dartmouth Police Department is committed to supporting the philosophy of building partnerships, proactive problem solving, and fostering positive community interaction with the goal of reducing crime and enhancing the quality of life for all students, faculty and staff.