Thank you for taking our brief confidential survey, designed to assess your interest in moving to "Campus Continuum at UMass Dartmouth"--a community of active, mature life-long learners that the school is considering adding to its 710 acre campus.
Based on the outcome of this survey, UMass Dartmouth and Campus Continuum will assess the feasibility of bringing this unique project to fruition with the amenities you prefer most. Your participation assures that you'll receive updates as development plans unfold so that you won't miss out on getting your preferred home-with no obligation on your part. Your name will not be sold to other organizations.
What we are proposing
"Campus Continuum at UMass Dartmouth" is designed to offer a new and stimulating phase of life. Residents will have access to the programs and facilities of the University, as well as seminars and other programs they organize themselves. They will be encouraged to engage in volunteer opportunities both on and off campus. Depending on their interests and backgrounds, some residents may advise student clubs and organizations, act as tutors, part-time lecturers, mentors, or career advisors, and be an enthusiastic audience for music, theater and sports events.
A Dean of Programs will coordinate relations between the University and residents, develop additional seminars and special programs, assist in matching people with courses and special interests, and coordinate social, travel and educational opportunities.
The proposed community can offer a variety of attractive residential options with condominium or co-op ownership. It can offer active adults with shared interests a new sense of adventure--and fun--with expanded lifestyle offerings, gracious living units, a club house, and the opportunity to make many interesting new friends.
About UMass Dartmouth
Founded in 1895, UMass Dartmouth is part of the five-campus public University of Massachusetts system. About one-half of the 8,300 students live on campus. The University comprises five colleges – the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Engineering, the Charlton College of Business, the College of Nursing, and the College of Visual & Performing Arts – as well as the School for Marine Sciences and Technology. The main campus was designed by eminent architect Paul Rudolph. The University also has satellite campuses in nearby Fall River and New Bedford. For more information see www.umassd.edu.
About our location
Dartmouth, one of the towns of SouthCoast, Massachusetts, is on the Fall River and Atlantic Ocean. The SouthCoast offers an attractive combination of vibrant historical cities, pastoral seacoast towns and a highly diversified population of more than 360,000. [Visit www.umassd.edu/southcoast/tourism for more information.]
Dartmouth is one hour south of Boston. Providence, Newport and Cape Cod are each about one-half hour away; Demarest Lloyd State Park, Horseneck Beach State Reservation, the New Bedford Whaling Museum and Plimoth Plantation are an easy drive. The Dartmouth Mall, including major department stores and a cinema complex, is one mile from campus. Driving time to Logan Airport in Boston is about one hour; T.F. Green Airport in Providence is about 38 minutes away. The campus is easily accessible off Route I-195. A campus shuttle bus runs frequently and public bus services are available to surrounding towns and major metropolitan areas.
"Campus Continuum at UMass Dartmouth" will be designed for people who value the enriched community lifestyle we offer. The project size is still to be determined, but we envision at least 100 homes (for about 175 residents). You need not have any previous affiliation with the University to join us.
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