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Academic advisors are available to provide currently enrolled and prospective students assistance in planning their academic programs. Advisors can help you decide if a program meets your needs, offer advice on course selection, and help you with the transcript evaluation and the transfer credit process. Advisors can also provide referrals to other campus offices to help students navigate the University's diverse resources.
Generally, advisors keep office hours from: 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. (EST), Monday through Friday.
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What Students Are Saying
E-books have taken online education to a new level. Being abroad, I had troubles finding English bookstores. I worried this would impede my plans to study at UMassOnline. Not only was having access to e-books cheaper than ordering books, it also allowed me to be on the same pages as my online classmates all over the world. The UMass library's ebook collection is large and continues to grow. The system is user friendly and easy to browse through. With many now reading online newspapers instead of print, it is only a matter of time before more universities begin having online ebook libraries.
Yasmin Aboelsaud, UMass Amherst, Certificate in Journalism