Summer Programming 2016

All events begin at 6p unless otherwise noted. Event details are subject to change and further revealed on a weekly basis. Please email with any questions.

***Students involved in Summer Research projects/initiatives should check in with their faculty mentor if interested in attending due to early departure times.

June 16th – Red Sox Game *** (RSVP Required)
Departure at 3:30PM from Converse Hall

June 23rd – BBQ  and Lawn Games on the First-Year Quad

June 30thQuarters
Departure from Converse hall at 6PM

July 7th – Chocolate Demonstration with Chef Jeremy Roush @ Lewis-Sebring Commons

July 14thMini Golf at Western Mass Family Golf
Departure from Converse hall at 6PM

July 21st  – Community Dinner @ Book and Plow Farm

July 28thMass MoCA  ***
Departure at 3:30PM from Converse Hall

August 4th – Outdoor Movie
9PM on the First-Year Quad

August 11th – Amherst Cinema Tickets
Pick up tickets for a free movie at Amherst Cinema starting on August 8th !

Student Activites & Campus Center


Keefe Campus Center Hours:
(May 15 - May 29)
Monday - Sunday: 9am - 11pm

Summer Hours
Monday - Friday: 9am - 9pm

Amherst College PO Box 5000 
Keefe Campus Center
16 Barrett Hill Drive
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: 413-542-5773 
Directions and Maps

The Keefe Campus Center serves as the "hub of activity" on the campus. The Campus Center fosters a supportive and diverse community in which Amherst students may grow personally and professionally. Some of the offices and amenities you will find in the Campus Center include: 

The building also houses The Amherst Student newspaper, WAMH radio station, and the campus post office.

Interested in hosting an event or program in the Campus Center? Please visit our Planning an Event page for more information!

The Office of Student Life

Located on the bottom floor of Keefe Campus Center, the Office of Student Life provides programs, facilities, and support for student co-curricular and extracurricular activities and facilitates the interaction of students, faculty and administrators in developing social, cultural and educational programs. The Student Life Office plans weekly social activities through Amherst College After Dark and plans the yearly Interterm program.

The Student Life Office provides advisement, direction, and leadership training to the Campus Activities BoardAssociation of Amherst StudentsBudgetary CommitteeWAMH Radio StationOlio Yearbook, and to the over 100 recognized student organizations at Amherst College. Students are encouraged to explore their interests, take on leadership roles, and engage in whatever it is they are passionate about. The Campus Center staff advises student leaders and supports their activities and is always committed to providing the highest quality service.