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New Pre-College Programs for 2018

Posted by UMass Summer Programs on Jan 31, 2018 2:25:14 PM

NEW PROGRAMS FOR SUMMER 2018

Our new pre-college programs for Summer 2018 range from lab research to the arts to social thought and community engagement. Check out what's new!

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Topics: Pre-College, 2018

Best Places to Study On and Off Campus

Posted by Winnie Ching on Jan 31, 2018 11:36:52 AM

You can probably imagine how difficult it can be to find a quiet place to study with about 30,000 students around who are also trying to find a study spot. Here is some insider information on the best study spots on and off campus at UMass Amherst. I usually pick places that have easy access to food because it's more convenient, especially if you're planning on studying for hours. There are a lot of great options for a study space on campus, but in the end, we all have different preferences and it's important that you find what works best for you.

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Topics: UMass Amherst, study spots

A Day in the Life of an Undergraduate Psychology Student at UMass Amherst

Posted by Winnie Ching on Jan 24, 2018 1:52:48 PM

Every day is a little different with different classes and deadlines to keep up with so it is very important to plan ahead. One way to plan ahead is to keep a planner to jot down all the major deadlines and assigning yourself a reasonable amount of work to do each day to finish on time. Personally, I like to keep 3 planners, which may seem a bit excessive but it works well for me; I have one planner that includes the tasks I need to accomplish each day, one for planning my day hour by hour, and my monthly planner is for keeping track of important dates and deadlines. For others, using the calendar app on their phone may be just enough to stay on schedule. Everyone has their own preference and I would encourage everyone to find what works best for them. 

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Topics: psychology, 2017, undergrad, a day in the life