Study @ UMass Lowell
UMass Lowell was named a top-tier national university for the first time by U.S. News & World Report in 2009. In the 2015 National Universities rankings, UMass Lowell is one of only six institutions to advance in the standings every year since 2010.
UMass Lowell offers 100 undergraduate, 39 master's and 33 doctoral degree programs in six colleges.
UMass Lowell has over 140 active student organizations.
The UMass Lowell campus has state-of-the-art classrooms equipped with SMART technology and wireless internet access. You'll get every opportunity to stay in touch with your family and friends - wherever they are.
The campus offers its 17,000 students state of the art research facilities, guaranteed accommodations on campus, and many unique dining experiences.
Message from the Interim Provost of the University of Massachusetts Lowell
The University of Massachusetts Lowell (UMass Lowell) is a global campus in a global city. Founded in the early days of the American Industrial Revolution, the City of Lowell has always attracted people from every corner of the world and is now a true melting pot of cultural energy. Lowell also borders one of the world’s primary technology industry corridors, which provides opportunities for students and faculty alike.
A UMass Lowell education is rigorous, relevant and engaging. Our Learning Communities — small groups of students with similar majors who share core classes and living quarters — enable students to stay connected to one another and to professors in their areas of interest. Interdisciplinary study is our main focus here, and prepares students to meet challenges in both industry and society. I hope to see you on campus soon.
Interim Provost, University of Massachusetts Lowell
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