Rebecca Lindley

Director of Student Activities
Student Life
(508) 849-3312


Student Leadership

Commuter Services

The Office of Student Activities at Anna Maria College is committed to enhancing the student experience outside of the classroom. We support the development of the whole person to pursue their passions while gaining life and leadership skills to be used while at Anna Maria College and beyond graduation.

We believe in the importance of developing community within our campus as well as the appreciation, understanding, and advocacy of different perspectives and lived identities. This includes exploring and understanding personal identities and their intersectionality.   All offerings and decisions are student-centered and our staff is committed to empowering and challenging students in intentional ways. We also want to help make memories that are fun and impactful to forever connect students as AMCATS.

Throughout your time as an AMCAT, the Office of Student Activities is here to support your student experience. We start with assisting new students in their transition to Anna Maria though orientation programs and end by hosting a series of Senior Week events to cap off your time at Anna Maria College. We also oversee the Student Government Association and the clubs and organizations that fall under the SGA. These clubs and organizations help to make our campus vibrant through hosting a variety of social, educational, or celebratory programs. We have many clubs for you to choose from, but would love to help you start something new that aligns with your passions.

Commuter Lounge

Looking for a place just for commuters to hang out in-between classes during the day or in the evening? The Commuter Lounge is a dedicated area for commuters to relax in a community atmosphere with some comforts to help you while here on campus.

There’s a refrigerator and microwave available for commuters to easily bring food from home for meals. You can also watch TV, print out materials on your own printer, and use a public computer in case you forget yours at home. Add some lounge furniture to relax on and you’ve got your own home away from home!

Commuter Lockers

Take a load off! We’ve got free lockers for commuters to keep belongings that you don’t need to bring back-and-forth from home. They are located in a side hallway right next to the Commuter Lounge, and they are free! All you need is your own lock (AMC assumes no responsibility for any belonging lost in unsecured lockers).

Click here for the locker registration form

Commuter Assistants

Upper class student workers in the Commuter Assistant position want to help support other commuters to be successful at AMC. Need some advice about resources on campus, how to get connected as a commuter student, or even about the best places on campus to study?

These students are here for you to talk! Commuter Assistants will also provide some daytime programs for you to enjoy before and in-between your classes during the day to get the full college experience. Commuter Assistants will be located in the Commuter Lounge during the day, so feel free to visit them when you are free.

Study Locations

Looking for other options around campus to study
and relax?

  • Information Commons, Foundress Hall – First Floor
  • Mondor-Eagen Library, Foundress Hall – Bottom Floor About the Library: Hours
  • Madore Chapel, Foundress Hall – Bottom Floor
  • The Hub, Campus Center – Bottom Floor
  • Outdoor seating, In front of the Campus Cente

IT Resources

Printing On-Campus

All printing at Anna Maria College is free, and you can print anywhere there is a printer available through a “Follow Me” option using your College ID.

Step-by-step instructions for printing can be found here

Information Technology Services

We have full-time staff people here to help you with your computer and laptop challenges. Contact them to request support here

Computer locations

Student Success Center | Information Commons | Library | Student Life Suite | Commuter Lounge

Getting Involved

Commuters can get as involved as they would like to in campus life at AMC! Join or create your own student club, attend campus events during the day or in the evening, learn more about the Student Government Association, and more! Getting involved outside of the classroom will help you to feel connected to the AMC community, meet friends, and learn new hobbies or passions. Take advantage of the full college experience by getting involved!

Clubs & Organizations/Campus Events

  • Click here to learn about all the clubs, organizations and upcoming campus events at AMC.
  • Want to start a new club? Reach out to to tell us your idea and we can help.
  • Bulletin boards are all over campus with flyers for events coming up – make sure to check them out!
  • Student Life weekly e-mails called “What’s Happening” are sent out on Mondays to all students about upcoming events – please read, don’t delete!

Shuttle Services

AMC provides round-trip shuttle trips between our campus and Union Station (Worcester’s train station) through weekdays for students who utilize the Commuter Rail. For more information, please contact Student Life at

Day Shuttle Routine

Monday – Friday (Departs Campus)
7 AM
8 AM
11:30 AM
2:30 PM
4:00 PM

Evening Shuttle Routine

Monday – Friday (Departs Campus)
6 PM
7 PM
8 PM
9 PM

The shuttle departs campus at the time listed above and arrives to union station 20-30 minutes later

Commuter Meal Plans

Full-service breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available in the main Dining Hall. One ID swipe provides an “all you care to eat” meal. Downstairs in the Campus Center at the HUB, students have a quick-service alternative with popular options for lunch or dinner. Vegan and gluten-free meals are available, as well as allergy accommodations. Students are encouraged to contact Dining Services directly to discuss any specific dietary needs.

Options for 20 or 40 meals per semester are available for commuters. For20 meals it is $150 and 40 is $280.
There is also an option to add “Flex Cash” to your Student ID which is a dollar-for-dollar option to buy items a la carte at The Hub. If you would like to add a meal plan or Flex Cash to your account, please contact Student Accounts at (508) 849-3425. You also may “pay as you go” with cash or credit/debit card:

Breakfast $6.25, Lunch $7.50, Dinner $9.00.

Hours for the Dining Hall & Hub

Dining Hall Hours:

Monday – Friday
Breakfast 7:30AM – 10:00AM
Lunch 11:30AM – 2:00PM
Dinner 4:30PM – 7:30PM
Brunch 11:30AM – 1:00PM
Saturday Dinner (Located in the Hub) 4:30PM – 10:30PM
Sunday Dinner 4:30PM – 6:30PM

The HUB Hours:

Monday – Friday
11:30AM – 10:00PM
Saturday – Sunday
4:30PM – 10:30PM

Local Resources

The city of Worcester and the local area has many resources that can help support you as a student.

Meet Our Staff

Michaela Cartier

Program Coordinator
Student Affairs

Rebecca Lindley

Director of Student Activities
Student Life
(508) 849-3312