Fast Facts for Families

 

When is move-in for freshmen/transfers (non-athletes)?

Move-In for Freshmen/Transfers is Saturday, August 31, 2019! We cannot wait to see you!

 

Where can I find a packing list?

You can find a list of what to bring on our Residence Life FAQ Page.

 

What if I missed orientation/cannot make it for a July program?

We are sorry we missed you. There are additional opportunities to sign-up for SOAR Express and SOAR Move-In on August 30, 2019! Click here to register today!

 

When is Family and Friends Weekend 2019?

Family and Friends Weekend is on September 20-22, 2019. Click here for more information and to register.

 

When do classes begin?

Classes for the Fall semester begin on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. Click here to view the complete 2019-2020 Academic Calendar.

 

When are finals and move out for winter?

Final Exams are December 14-19, 2019. Please check your student’s final exam schedule! Move out is 24 hours after their last exam.

 

When is Spring move in?

Spring move-in begins on January 12, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.. Classes will begin on Monday, January 13, 2020.

 

How can my student work on campus?

Find out more information about our work study and non-work study student positions here.

 

What is on the Activities Calendar?

There are multiple ways to find out what is going on throughout campus. View our calendar on our homepage, join our Facebook page, or download our app 'AMCAT Connect' on any App Store!

 

Where can I find the sporting events?

Find out information about our AMCAT Teams on their official website.

A.L.A.N.A.

ALANA is a student organization for students of African, Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific, and Native American descent created to provide support and community for these students and their allies.  ALANA holds meetings where students of color can network, dialogue, get support and plan events. ALANA is supported through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and is committed to creating a more inclusive and multicultural-competent campus. For more information, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., connect with the Director of ODI or a recognized member of ALANA.

 

Follow Us on Twitter: @AMC_ALANA

PRIDE

PRIDE is an advocacy club created to provide a safe community on campus for students who identify as being lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, queer/questioning or other identities. PRIDE holds meetings where LGBTQ+ students can network, dialogue, get support and plan events. PRIDE is supported through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and is committed to educating the Anna Maria community and having dialogues on topics concerning the LGBTQ+ community. For more information, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., connect with the Director of ODI or a recognized member of PRIDE.

International Students

At Anna Maria College we aim to celebrate, educate, acclimate and serve our international student population by helping them accomplish their academic and personal goals. The Office of Diversity and Inclusion creates a welcoming and inclusive community for the international student community through various programs and campus initiatives to welcome, involve and foster a sense of belonging, engagement, and success of international students. Please visit the Director of Diversity and Inclusion to learn more about how you can get involved.

 

Multicultural Resource Guide
Inside this guide you will find information about Anna Maria College and the Paxton/Worcester area, such as information about community resources, restaurants and international markets, places of worship, barber shops and hair salons, LGBTQ+ resources, and clubs and activities.
 

B.R.I.D.G.E.

BRIDGE is a mentorship-based initiative that supports the success of men of color at Anna Maria College by providing a myriad of resources to help them attain their goals, attain a college degree and facilitate student access. The acronym for BRIDGE represents Balance, Responsibility, Integrity, Development, Growth and Evolution – these areas are highlighted throughout the program. Participants of the BRIDGE Program will be exposed to opportunities to build social capital while planning for life after Anna Maria through mentorship, civic engagement, workshops, internships, and volunteer opportunities in Worcester and beyond. The BRIDGE Program is fully staffed and facilitated by male alumni of color and the Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. For more information, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., connect with the Director of ODI or a recognized member of BRIDGE.

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