Johnson Chapel at sunset

Amherst on Their Minds

we asked students what they miss most about being on campus, and if they’d like to give anyone a shout-out. read their responses.

students at a busy event at the multicultural resource center

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Walk around campus. Everywhere, you’ll find communities in which you can become involved and spaces in which to meet friends and hang out — from resource centers to makerspaces.  

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Our students run some 100 clubs and organizations. They jump into everything from community engagement to political activism, from student publications to affinity groups (cultural, religious, and more).


four students pose smiling at winter festival

Events

amherst always has a full calendar, with lots of community events — including fall and winter festivals, our pindar dinner series, and much more.

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  • The Women’s and Gender Center (WGC) supports the personal, academic, and professional growth of students by building community and forwarding conversations about gender, gender identity, and intersectional feminism.
  • The Queer Resource Center (QRC) sponsors educational, social and campus community-building programs that create an inclusive and safe campus for people of all gender and sexual identities. Additionally, the Center provides resources and support for our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer students, staff, faculty, and their allies.
  • The Multicultural Resource Center welcomes all students from all backgrounds and helps create an inclusive community by acknowledging, celebrating, and promoting the diverse experiences of every student.
  • In anchoring global realities at Amherst, the Center for International Student Engagement (CISE) supports students of international experience through advocacy, centralized resources, and space for community building and critical reflection.
  • The Center for Diversity and Student Leadership (CDSL) provides education, support, and advocacy to and on behalf of first generation, low-income, transfer, undocumented/DACA, and veteran students. Through programmatic initiatives and resources we foster personal, social, and academic success and opportunities for leadership development.

aerial view of the Campus Center building set against the hills in autumn

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Every student visits Keefe Campus Center at least once a day. This yellow building in the heart of campus is home to a post office, movie theater, and game room; WAMH radio; Schwemm’s Coffee House; and student meeting and performance spaces. It’s also home to the Center for Community Engagement and our resource centers.

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Our Religious & Spiritual Life七星彩海南私彩软件 advisors and staff are here to support you in your religious and spiritual exploration, assuring that you have access to the services and practices of your choosing.

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Athletics, fitness, and recreation are a vibrant part of living and learning at Amherst. Our extensive athletic facilities — open to all students — include excellent playing fields, an 8,000-square-foot fitness center, pool, courts, and an ice rink. Beyond Amherst, you can jog the Norwottuck Trail that borders campus, kayak on the Connecticut River, or mountain-bike the Robert Frost Trail.

upper and lower levels of the Powerhouse nightclub, with students gathered

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The Powerhouse is a former steam plant that was converted into a student nightclub — and is right here on campus. Go to the Powerhouse for live performances, movie screenings, art exhibits, panel discussions, pub nights, outdoor picnics, and much more.

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During our January Interterm break, many students remain on campus to take non-credit classes, work on their theses, attend athletic events, and more.


Merrill and McGuire locations shown on campus map

New Student Center Coming Soon

to be built on the current location of merrill and mcguire, off the main quad, the new student center will offer a variety of student spaces, as well as spectacular views.