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UMass System Facts 2010-2011

UMass System Facts 2010-2011

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An Annual Publication featuring Facts about the University of Massachusetts System. The following is based on the 2010-2011 academic year.
An Annual Publication featuring Facts about the University of Massachusetts System. The following is based on the 2010-2011 academic year.

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The University of Massachusetts
- The University was established in 1863 asthe Massachusetts Agricultural College, located at Amherst. It became knownas the Massachusetts State College in 1932 and in 1947 became the University oMassachusetts. The Worcester and Boston campuses were established in 1962 and1964, respectively. The Lowell and Dartmouth campuses (previously the Universityo Lowell and Southeastern Massachusetts University, respectively) were consoli-dated into the University under Chapter 142 o the Acts o 1991. The University isgoverned by a single Board o Trustees composed o 19 voting members and threenon-voting members. The President o the University (located in Boston) overseesthe fve-campus system, and each campus is led by a Chancellor.www.massachusetts.edu
UMass Amherst
is one o the nation’s preeminent public research universities.Over 27,000 students rom all 50 states and over 70 countries attend the university.Home to New England’s premier honors college, UMass Amherst has more than85 undergraduate majors, 68 master’s and 48 doctoral degree programs – manythe top programs in the nation and world. The aculty, dedicated teachers andworld-renowned, recently received a record breaking $170 million in sponsoredresearch. The student body is the most academically competitive in its history, andparticipates in over 240 co-curricular organizations. A recent acilities renaissanceincludes new buildings in the sciences, the arts, and recreation. UMass Amherst ispart o the Five College consortium with Smith, Mount Holyoke, Hampshire andAmherst colleges. www.umass.edu
UMass Boston
- With a growing reputation or innovative research addressingcomplex urban issues, the University o Massachusetts Boston, metropolitan Bos-ton’s only public university, oers its diverse student population both an intimatelearning environment and the rich experience o a great American city. UMassBoston’s eight colleges and graduate schools serve more than 15,000 students whileengaging local, national, and international constituents through academic pro-grams, research centers, and public service activities. To learn more about UMassBoston, visit www.umb.edu
UMass Dartmouth
- Distinguished by personalized teaching, innovative research,and ull engagement in regional economic, social, and cultural development,UMass Dartmouth has an enrollment o more than 9,400 students in more than 40undergraduate and 30 graduate programs, including 10 at the doctoral level andthe Commonwealth’s only public law school. The scholarly research and creativeactivities o aculty and graduate students are interwoven with the undergraduateexperience. The main campus, designed by the eminent architect Paul Rudolph, islocated on 710 acres in North Dartmouth. Other University sites include the Centeror Marine Science and Technology on the waterront in New Bedord, the Ad-vanced Technology and Manuacturing Center in Fall River, the Star Store arts cam-pus in downtown New Bedord, Fairhaven-based centers ocusing on marketingresearch and K-12 education practices, and proessional and continuing educationcenters in Fall River, New Bedord, and on Cape Cod. www.umassd.edu
UMass Lowell
is a comprehensive nationally recognized doctoral-level researchuniversity. Located in the culturally rich city o Lowell, the campus oers its morethan 14,000 students 20 doctoral, 32 master’s, and 120 bachelor’s degrees in fnearts, humanities, social and applied sciences, education, engineering, health,environment, and management. Campus lie revolves around a state-o-the-artrecreation center and sports arena, 130 vibrant student organizations, 50 musicalensembles, and 17 varsity sports, including Division I ice hockey. Experientiallearning opportunities or students include internships, co-ops, and internationalexchanges. The campus engages with the community and partners with industry,other educational institutions and the non-proft sector to advance research,provide public service and enrich the student educational experience. Researchexpenditures in 2010 approached $60 million. www.uml.edu
UMass Medical School
(UMMS) - Described by students and aculty alike asdynamic and collaborative, UMMS is perennially ranked in the top ten medicalschools in the nation ocusing on training primary care physicians. A leading aca-demic health sciences center and the Commonwealth’s only public medical school,UMMS was ounded in 1962 to provide aordable, high-quality medical educationto state residents and to increase the number o primary care physicians practicingin underserved areas. UMMS is home to the School o Medicine, Graduate Schoolo Biomedical Sciences, and Graduate School o Nursing; public service initiativesthroughout the state; and a $232 million-a-year biomedical research enterprise.UMMS programs are the centerpiece o the Massachusetts Lie Sciences Initiative,and in 2006 the Nobel Prize was awarded to co-recipient Proessor Craig Mello.www.umassmed.edu
UMassOnline
- The University o Massachusetts’ online education consortiumprovides technology, marketing support and services or 106 ully accredited,online degree and certifcate programs rom UMass Amherst, UMass Boston, UMassDartmouth, UMass Lowell, and UMass Medical School campuses and hosting or 10Massachusetts higher education institutions. Online programs embody the sameacademic quality and rigor as their classroom counterparts and are nationallyrecognized. Annually, UMassOnline oers 1,500 online courses rom the fve UMasscampuses in a broad range o academic disciplines or which UMass is known:education, IT, nursing, public health, management, criminal justice, hospitality andtourism, and the liberal arts. Students rom around the world and rom every stateare among its 45,815 course enrollees. www.UMassOnline.net 
Tuition &  Mand. Fees Resident 
723301420
247
AmherstBostonDartmouthLowellWorcester
TOTAL
degrees conferred
(2009—2010)
 Associate’s/ Certifcate
* CAGS = Certifcate o Advanced Graduate Studies** Doctor’s = Research/Scholarship/Proessional Practice/MD
TOTAL Doctorate/ ** Master’s/ CAGS* Bachelor’s
1,2211,16831389643
3,641
28149367152
552
4,8511,7621,2731,4770
9,3636,4253,0121,5892,58219513,803
AmherstBostonDartmouthLowellAmherstBostonDartmouthDartmouth LawLowellWorcesterBiomedMedicalNursingMD/PhDMD/PhD (1-2)$11,732$10,611$10,358$10,506
UNDERGRADUATEGRADUATETotal T&F and R&B Resident  Room Board Tuition &  Mand. Fees Non-ResTotal T&F and R&B Non-Res
annual student costs
(2010—2011)
Tuition & Mandatory Fees
$6,650$15,738$9,928$32,089$24,681N/AN/A$10,926$11,977$11,517$23,090$9,999$23,628$23,188$20,420$22,945$8,814N/A$9,883$9,067$20,546N/A$20,241$19,573$21,773$23,201$20,420$30,735$19,099$8,814N/A$9,883$9,883$9,067$19,740N/A$21,400$32,973$19,066$13,866N/A$17,144$46,839N/A$46,897$37,041N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A$32,442N/A$30,303$32,012$30,587N/A$30,303$40,618$28,166N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AAmherstBostonDartmouthLowellWorcester
TOTAL
NOTE: Continuing Education numbers are olded into undergraduate and graduate numbers.
headcount enrollment
(Fall 2010)
21,37311,5687,74911,276N/A
51,966
Undergraduate
27,56915,4549,43214,7021,15868,315
6,1963,8861,6833,4261,158
16,349
GraduateTOTAL
AmherstBostonDartmouthLowellWorcester
TOTAL
NOTE: Continuing Education numbers are olded into undergraduate and graduate numbers.
full-time & part-time enrollment
(Fall 2010)
UNDERGRADUATEGRADUATE
7.3%31.1%11.8%27.9%N/A
17.7%
61.7%69.0%61.0%71.9%5.5%
61.5%
92.7%68.9%88.2%72.1%N/A
82.3%
38.3%31.0%39.0%28.1%94.5%
38.5%
% Part-Time% Full-Time% Part-Time% Full-Time
79.2%90.5%95.5%86.1%N/A
85.6%
AmherstBostonDartmouthLowellWorcester
TOTAL
student residency
(Fall 2010)
Massachusetts Residents as a Percentage o Total Enrollment
70.2%86.1%91.2%81.2%72.1%79.1%
39.0%73.0%71.4%65.4%72.1%
58.3%
Undergraduate Graduate
TOTAL
119,22751,14732,64845,1112,591
250,724
AmherstBostonDartmouthLowellWorcester
TOTAL
Resident 
alumni residency
(Fall 2010)
226,94967,96546,32872,7214,634418,597
107,72216,81813,68027,6102,043
167,873
Non-Resident 
TOTAL
4,4691,1291,4401,634N/A
8,672
admissions
(Fall 2010)
Number o Incoming Matriculated Undergraduate Students
 First-time Freshmen
AmherstBostonDartmouthLowellWorcester
TOTAL5,8552,7891,9092,635N/A13,188
1,3861,6604691,001N/A
4,516
TransersTOTAL
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