University of Massachusetts Amherst. Other Campuses, 1955-2007.
The University of Massachusetts system now extends to five campuses: Amherst (the flagship, founded in 1863), Boston (1964), Lowell (1975, with predecessor institutions dating to the 1890s), Worcester (the medical school, 1962), and Dartmouth (1991, but with roots beginning in 1895 with the New Bedford Textile School).
The archives at UMass Amherst include information on the founding and early administration of each the younger UMass campuses, as well as the World War II-era campus at Fort Devens. Complete records for each UMass campus are maintained
|1. Fort Devens||1946-1949|
|1. Vice President|
|2. Other units|
|2. Medical School, Worcester|
|1. Planning and Establishment||pre-1965|
|/2. Nantucket Field Station||1963-2007|
|4. University of Lowell||1991-2007|
|Formerly Southeastern Massachusetts University (SMU)|
- Fort Devens (Mass.)
- University of Massachusetts Boston
- University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
- University of Massachusetts Lowell
- University of Massachusetts Worcester