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THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS announced Monday that it will freeze tuition across all its campuses, including the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, for the 2020-21 academic year.

UMass to freeze tuition for upcoming academic year

DARTMOUTH – University of Massachusetts announced Monday that it will freeze in-state undergraduate and graduate tuition across all of its campuses, including the University...
ROBERT E. JOHNSON will resign as chancellor of University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in September. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS DARTMOUTH

UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Johnson to resign in September

DARTMOUTH – University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Chancellor Robert E. Johnson will resign from his position on Sept. 4 after serving as the university’s chancellor...
WHEATON COLLEGE in Norton is both switching its curricula to online in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak and asking students to leave campus by March 22 until further notice. / COURTESY WHEATON COLLEGE

Local colleges switching to online courses, asking students to stay home...

PROVIDENCE – Local colleges continue to alter their respective schedules and programming in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, including extending spring break,...

UMass Law touts 82.6% pass rate on Mass. bar exam

DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts School of Law, based at UMass Dartmouth, says it outscored the Massachusetts Bar Exam statewide average for the...
THE UNIVERSITY of Massachusetts board of trustees approved a rate increase that will impact in-state students tuition by 2.5% in the next fiscal year. Out-of-state tuition are set to increase next year at 3% and 2% rate, depending on which campus a student attends.

UMass board approves in-state tuition hike of 2.5%

PROVIDENCE – Tuition at the University of Massachusetts will increase 2.5% for in-state students to $14,722 in the 2019-2020 academic year, the state university...
Three and 2.5 percent tuition increases were approved for undergraduate students at all four of the University of Massachusetts campuses on Friday by the school's board of trustees. / COURTESY OF UMASS

2018-19 tuition increases approved by UMass board

PROVIDENCE — Undergraduate tuition increases of 2.5 percent (in-state) and 3 percent (out-of-state) across all four University of Massachusetts undergraduate campuses was approved by the...

Robert E. Johnson inaugurated as 10th chancellor of UMass Dartmouth

DARTMOUTH – Robert E. Johnson was inaugurated as the 10th chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth on April 20, the university announced. Speaking to...

UMass Dartmouth professors win $25K technology development award

DARTMOUTH - Two University of Massachusetts Dartmouth professors have received a $25,000 award to further their research on using crowdsourced data for road surface...
THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS has partnered with the Advanced Cyber Security Center of Boston to establish a Cybersecurity Education and Training Consortium, which aims to promote academic programming in cybersecurity to meet the needs of Massachusetts employers. / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS

UMass, Advanced Cyber Security Center form cybersecurity consortium

BOSTON – The University of Massachusetts has announced the formation of a Cybersecurity Education and Training Consortium, a joint initiative in collaboration with the...
LENDING SUPPORT: Donald H. DeHayes, University of Rhode Island provost and vice president of academic affairs, says URI is sensitive to the cost of education and spends $100,000 on financial aid each year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Tuition, fees up at Rhode Island colleges, universities

In the fall, Rhode Island’s public-college students will find their education a little more expensive. The fiscal year 2018 state budget included across-the-board tuition...

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