Submitted by mgriffin on Tuesday, August 11, 2015
ACT 355 Accounting Information Systems which is an online course I will be teaching in the Fall 2015 semester. I’d like to give prospective students an idea of what the course is like and my perspective as its professor.
Submitted by slines on Friday, February 14, 2020
Before the “romantic” days of swiping left or right to find that special someone on your phone, the “old school” way of meeting people through friends, colleagues or while attending college was really the only option.
Celebrating all things romance and love, we are taking you back 20 years – sharing a UMass love story about one of our very own.
Meet Som Seng, UMassOnline Director of Marketing, who shares how she met her now-husband and forever #MCM, Jay, 20 years ago while they were both undergraduate students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Submitted by sseng on Thursday, November 16, 2017
Teachers face unique challenges with students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Learn how to support these students by earning an autism studies credential.
Submitted by jhernandez on Wednesday, October 5, 2016
We are excited to announce that for a second year in a row, UMass has made Reuters Top 100
list of the world’s most innovative universities!
President Meehan said that a big part of UMass being on this list is due to the innovative and committed faculty at the university.
Submitted by jhernandez on Wednesday, September 21, 2016
UMass Continues to Rise in the US News & World Report rankings another two positions in the 2017 Best Colleges guide. UMass Amherst came in at number 27 of the nation’s best public universities list which put the university in the top 30 for the fourth year in a row. The prestigious list ranks more than 600 public, four-year universities in the country.
Submitted by jhernandez on Monday, September 12, 2016
Often students need guidance to help them achieve their highest potential. The University of Massachusetts recognizes the essential role that advisors play in the success of students and as a result, spends a great deal of time finding and employing some of the best advisors in higher education. This month, UMass spotlights MaryBeth Kimball, Director of Admissions and Advising at the Isenberg School of Management at the UMass Amherst campus. We caught up with MaryBeth to learn a little bit more about what she does for her students.
Submitted by jhernandez on Monday, July 11, 2016
Many scholars, dignitaries and professionals use the famous quote “Knowledge is Power” to stress the importance of education as a means to achieving ones goals. However, as higher education costs continue to rise growing number of students feel that a college education is simply out of their reach. For many, online education is the key to making the cost of education become more manageable regardless of students’ financial situations.
Submitted by jhernandez on Monday, June 27, 2016
Credit card management is only one aspect of personal financial literacy. Ben Bernanke, former Federal Reserve chairman, once said that our financial preparedness is essential to their well-being and of vital importance to our economic future. With the student loan debt rising every year it is imperative that students make financial literacy a priority. Learning as much as you can about personal finance can help you to achieve a higher standard of living, reach personal and professional financial goals and reduce stress by creating good financial habits early on.
Submitted by jhernandez on Monday, June 13, 2016
Nurturing growth and innovation is a key component to a UMassOnline education. If you are interested in a career as an entrepreneur, we have some pretty cool news for you: Boston just topped a list ranking entrepreneurial growth, even finishing ahead of Silicon Valley!
Submitted by jhernandez on Thursday, June 9, 2016
For students who do not think they have a chance of going to college due to high tuition costs, things are looking up! “Commonwealth Commitment” is an innovative new program that makes the dream of a college education a reality for thousands of would-be students.