The Robsham Memorial Center for Visitors is currently closed.
Please email any inquiries about visiting campus. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is also cancelling Information Sessions and Campus Tours through June 20.
At that time, we will reassess the situation with COVID-19 and resume our events if the situation allows.
Please visit Virtual Experience for Prospective First-Year Students page for much of the information you would have learned in an admissions info session. Or, visit our Virtual Tour page to explore campus from the comfort of your 百姓彩票官网.
We're delighted that you are interested in visiting UMass Amherst. Below, you'll learn more about our campus tours and information sessions. We are a popular campus to visit, and some dates reach capacity well in advance, so scheduling a reservation early is strongly encouraged.
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Admissions Information Sessions
Prospective First-Year Applicants
Prospective students who are entering as first-year student and have not yet applied to UMass Amherst are encouraged to attend an Admissions information session prior to taking a tour. These sessions are conducted by an Admissions representative, last about 45 minutes, and are specific to the freshman application process. They're a great way to learn more about the entire application and review processes.
Prospective Transfer Applicants
Connect with a transfer counselor! If you have questions about how your credits will transfer or what the admissions process looks like, you can request an advising appointment to meet one-on-one with a counselor. To schedule an appointment, please fill out the On-Campus Transfer Appointment Request Form. You can also call (413) 545-0222 or email Undergraduate Admissions with questions.
The transfer counselors are available to meet on most Friday afternoons between 1 - 4 p.m. for walk-in appointments and throughout the week by appointment. They are located in the Whitmore Administration Building.
Student-led walking tours are one of the best ways to become better acquainted with our campus. Our student tour guides fill the tours with facts and personal stories, providing an overview of academic and student life at UMass Amherst. During the 90-minute tour, you'll see the Campus Center, Student Union, Du Bois Library, a model dorm room, Recreation Center, Commonwealth Honors College, and an academic building. Please be aware that these are general tours and not specific to any particular major.
With a 1,400 acre campus and 90-plus majors, we can't show or tell you everything that UMass Amherst has to offer, but our tour guides can answer most questions and are available to give you directions or contact information for any department at the conclusion of the tour.
Tours originate from the Murray D. Lincoln Campus Center located at 1 Campus Way, Amherst, MA 01003. Please note that these walking tours cover about a mile, rain or shine, so be prepared for New England weather!
Many departments across campus offer prospective students and their families opportunities to visit and learn more about their departmental offerings. We encourage students to reach out to the department they are interested in by following the link below. *Please note: The Hadley Farm is not open to the public without making an appointment. More information is available on the Admissions website.*
Guests can park in the Campus Center Parking Garage. The GPS address for the Garage is and the cost is $1.50 per hour. To allow sufficient time to park and check-in, arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your first scheduled event. Your check-in location will differ depending on the time and day of your event(s). The location and address was sent to you via your confirmation email. If you have any further questions feel free to call us at 413-545-0306.
*Please note, if you are using "Waze" to direct you to the Campus Center, it will not bring you to the correct location. Please use a different navigation source.*
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