The professors are all extremely qualified scholars with degrees from Harvard, Boston College, Boston University, etc.
It is a commuter school, so there is little college life/environment to take part in.
The best thing about UMass Boston is the education I received. I have been able to look back on the things I learned there and apply them to my job today.
Because UMass Boston is a commuter school, many people simply attend their classes and then go home or to work, which is what I did. I attended and lived at a different school for my freshman year...
It's extremely affordable, there are a ton of different classes to choose from, many AFFORDABLE study abroad programs, and a majority of the professors are very good and most classes are around 25...
it's a commuter school mostly, so i feel like there aren't that many student activities compared to a private college - though there are many activities here!
UMass Boston's community is what sells it. Aside from the new Campus Center (which encompasses nearly everything aside from academic and recreational facilities) the buildings are run down and...
The administrative staff are awful. If you get a relevant response, it's often wrong. Even in person! I put more time into dealing with the staff than I do classes. nolol.
the proffesors and the student body are awwesome. and the clubs are a lot of fun and fun ways to meet people.
if you need help you will need to find it on your own. The buildings are old. but they are in the process of building new buildings which is a plus.
The best thing about this school is it's location. The campus is located just outside the city and it sits on a peninsula, so the view of the water is amazing.
The worst thing about this school is that there are no dormitories. the non-existence of dorms makes student life a bit dull. But being an athlete helped me get aquainted with the school and with...
It is very diverse
It's is small and has few course selections