University Archives & Special Collections in the Joseph P. Healey Library at the University of Massachusetts Boston is pleased to announce that our collections of course catalogs and undergraduate and graduate student bulletins have been fully processed and digitized. See below for more information about using these resources to study the history of UMass Boston.
These newly digitized collections include a range of catalogs related to UMass Boston, including course schedules from 1966 to 2010, undergraduate catalogs from 1965 to 2011, Graduate Studies Bulletins from 1976 to 2012, and Continuing Education Bulletins from 1982 to 2013.
Catalogs include information about UMass Boston colleges, departments and programs, and courses, as well as information about university administration, enrollment, tuition and financial aid, student life, and the university’s accreditation. Course descriptions in each catalog include course numbers, course names, brief descriptions, and the number of credits per course. Click on the collection titles below to review the contents of each collection.
- UAPUB-0017: University of Massachusetts Boston. Enrollment Services course schedules, 1966-2010
- UAPUB-0009: University of Massachusetts Boston. Enrollment Services undergraduate catalogs, 1965-2011
- UAPUB-0010: University of Massachusetts Boston. Enrollment Services Graduate Studies bulletins, 1976-2012
- UAPUB-0040: University of Massachusetts Boston. Enrollment Services Continuing Education bulletins, 1982-2013
Explore these catalogs and bulletins on our digital collections site here.
For questions about this collection or to schedule a research appointment, please contact email@example.com or 617-287-5469.
University Archives & Special Collections in the Joseph P. Healey Library at UMass Boston collects materials related to the university’s history, as well as materials that reflect the institution’s urban mission and strong support of community service, notably in collections of records of urban planning, social welfare, social action, alternative movements, community organizations, and local history related to neighboring communities. To learn more about University Archives & Special Collections, visit blogs.umb.edu/archives.