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Privacy & Terms

The University of Massachusetts Boston (UMass Boston) does not sell or share confidential user information with any outside party, unless we are required by law.

Web traffic on is logged and analyzed, using cookies and other analytics tools to help us determine how to improve our site. We use our data collection forms to expedite users' voluntary requests for information, but no information will be used to identify or contact individual users of the site against their wishes.

A cookie, small files created by a website and stored on a user’s computer, allows for our website to provide you with a better experience by storing your preferences and history. Cookies can be disabled in your browser.  For more information about cookies, visit


This website is intended for general use and is viewable on the internet throughout the world. If you are visiting this website from the European Union (EU), personal information you provide to the university may now be subject to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR replaces the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and was designed to strengthen data privacy protections for EU residents.

For more information visit which provides information regarding the ways in which the University of Massachusetts Boston has addressed GDPR as a means to protects its students, employees and alumni that might be protected by GDPR.

Copyright & Acceptable Use

All trademarks, service marks and trade names (e.g., the UMass Boston name, the lighthouse, and B insignia) are owned, registered and/or licensed by the UMass Boston.

All text, images, logos, and information contained on the UMass Boston website may not be used or reproduced without permission.

It is the responsibility of all parties storing materials on web pages with domain addresses to ensure that such material does not violate other parties' proprietary rights and does not otherwise violate the U.S. copyright act or university policy. UMass Boston reserves the right to delete material that is in violation of the copyright act or university policy.