UMass Dartmouth can provide you with information and resources to ease your transition to civilian and academic life.
Services and benefits
Services are available for veterans, prior military, and reservists:
- to help you utilize your educational benefits
- to ease your transition to the academic setting
- to help you cope with injuries or trauma you may have experienced
Checklist & Orientation for incoming students
Explore your education options
- Part-time and online options
- Full-time: Undergraduate fields of study
- Graduate Studies
- Joint Cyber Analysis Course
The College of Engineering and the 102nd Intelligence Wing have teamed up to offer an accelerated program toward earning your bachelor's degree (BS) through completion of the Joint Cyber Analysis Course (JCAC).
Learn more about benefits and resources
The Registrar's Office can help you take advantage of all your academic benefits and resources.
Join SVA, the Student Veterans Association, our on-campus group for student veterans, current service members, families, and supporters. Contact email@example.com for more info.
Veterans' Resource Center
The Veterans’ Resource Center is essential for military-affiliated students seeking support from specialized programs and services. The Center, located near the UMass Pass Office in the Campus Center, is a community environment where military-affiliated students can find their community and collaboratively plan for future academic and professional successes. Learn more.
Veterans' Reading Room, Library 354
Looking for a quiet place to study between classes? Located on the third floor of the Claire T. Carney Library, the Veterans' Reading Room is a quiet, welcoming space dedicated to your needs—complete with group study table, comfortable chairs, desks, wireless access, plenty of outlets, and a networked computer with the same software available in the university computing labs. Learn more.