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WUMD Signs Off FM Signal Monday, Switching to Online-Only
After 42 years of broadcasting on terrestrial FM radio, UMass Dartmouth campus station WUMD is signing off Monday and going with a solely online format.
The school reached an agreement earlier this year to transfer its FM license to Rhode Island Public Radio in return for $1...
Meehan: UMass Tuition Likely to Increase
BOSTON — Tuition and fees for University of Massachusetts students will likely increase 2 to 3 percent for the coming academic year, depending on how the state budget shapes up, UMass President Marty Meehan said at at Board of Trustees meeting on Wednesday...
UMass Dartmouth Lacrosse Player Passes Away at 22
The UMass Dartmouth community mourns the loss of Sean Peters, a Crime and Justice major and four-year member of the men's lacrosse team, who passed away Saturday at the age of 22 due to complications related to Type 1 Diabetes. Sean came to UMass Dartmouth from Medway High School...
Restructuring Planned at UMass Dartmouth
Following a year of dialogue among faculty, students and administrators, the UMass Dartmouth College of Visual and Performing Arts is restructuring to streamline administration and create more flexibility for students.
The proposal, which reduces the number of academic departments within the college …
New Bedford Seventh Graders Set to Visit UMD
More than 1,000 seventh grade students from Keith Middle School, Normandin Middle School, and Roosevelt Middle School in New Bedford will visit UMass Dartmouth on March 21, 23 and 28 to get an up-close look at college life.
The initiative is funded by the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachu…
Johnson Named Chancellor of UMass Dartmouth
Dr. Robert E. Johnson was named chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth today by a unanimous vote of the UMass Board of Trustees.
Johnson, president of Becker College in Worcester since 2010, was recommended for the UMass Dartmouth chancellorship by UMass President Marty Meehan...
[Richard] UMD And BCC Students Likely Face Tuition Hikes Again
Students of public higher education, already reeling from tuition and fee increases this year, can expect more of the same this Fall.
As the Baker Administration and state lawmakers prepare to grapple with a budget for the fiscal year that begins July1st, one thing appears likely, the cost of attendi…

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