Parents’ Fund Volunteer Tools and Resources

Check back frequently to see the progress of this year's Parents’ Fund, review the latest solicitation materials and get valuable tips on how to be an effective volunteer.

FY 2010 Tools and Information

Tools and Tips for Volunteers

Parents’ Fund Volunteer Tools and Resources

Check back frequently to see the progress of this years’ Parents’ Fund, review the latest solicitation materials and get valuable tips on how to be an effective volunteer.

FY 2009 Tools and Information

Tools and Tips for Volunteers

Parents’ Fund Volunteer Tools and Resources

Check back frequently to see the progress of this years’ Parents’ Fund, review the latest solicitation materials and get valuable tips on how to be an effective volunteer.

FY 2009 Tools and Information

Tools and Tips for Volunteers

Parents’ Fund Volunteer Tools and Resources

Welcome Parents' Fund volunteers, and thank you for your service to Amherst.  Please bookmark this page, and check back frequently to see the progress of this year's Parents’ Fund, review the latest solicitation materials, and get talking points for what's going on around campus.

Alumni Sons and Daughters

The admission office has specially arranged three Deans’ Days to give Amherst alumni and their sons and daughters the opportunity to learn more about Amherst and its admission policies. Deans’ Days include group conversations for Amherst families with students who will be high school seniors in 2008-09.   In addition, there will be a tour of the campus and a light lunch. This year, Deans’ Days have been scheduled for three Fridays: May 30, July 11 and Aug. 22. Pre-registration is required.

Tuition Statements & Financial Aid

 

A family celebrates Commencement

Tuition statements are made available to students and others granted access by students electronically in July (due in August) and December (due in January). If you have questions about tuition or financial aid, call the Office of Financial Aid at 413-542-2296.

Volunteer Opportunities

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Academics

With the small faculty to student ratio, students work closely with faculty. Small class sizes foster intellectual conversation between students and faculty.
 



Parents sit in on a class during Family Weekend 

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