Major Community Engagement and Partnership Programs
The Assistive Technology Program provides our engineering students interesting and challenging problems facing disadvantaged persons. Today, the main purpose of the Assistive technology program is to resolve these problems by applying the technologies that have been presented in our curriculum.
Center for Arts & Ideas
The Center for Arts & Ideas offers professional, nationally and internationally known performing arts for children in the STARTS (Students and Teacher Arts) Series.
Our goal is to support "community capacity building" by working with groups and organizations in the region to aid them in learning how to conduct strategic planning in their field.
For over a decade, the Center for Industrial Competitiveness has been known for its path-breaking research on industrial innovation, regional development, corporate governance and sustainable prosperity.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell, Center for Lowell History was established in 1971 to assure the safekeeping, preservation, and availability for study and research of materials in unique subject areas, particularly those related to the Greater Lowell Area and the University of Massachusetts Lowell.
To assist in the University's mission of regional sustainable development, the center focuses on an important component of sustainable development: public health.
Center for Women and Work
The Center for Women and Work is an interdisciplinary center dedicated to advancing knowledge about the relationship between gender and work through research, enhancing understanding through education and training, and challenging inequalities, particularly through institutional change.
College Prep works to improve Lawrence High School students' chances of competing in a technically advanced society by offering enrichment classes in math, physical science, computer literacy and English language arts.
Future Engineers Center
Our mission is to engage students and teachers in challenging, design-based science and technology activities in order to interest more students in, and better prepare them for careers in science and engineering.
All students, faculty and staff have free and unlimited access to Lowell Telecommunications Corporation’s computer laboratory, recording/filming studio and meeting spaces; equipment for independent and off-site project usage; television, video and computer classes; cablecasting and satellite downlinking; and advice for program production and computer usage.
The Labor Extension Program provides educational services and technical assistance to unions in the region.
The Lowell Center for Sustainable Production develops, studies and promotes environmentally sound systems of production, healthy work environments and economically viable work organizations.
The Series is a non-profit program committed to bringing great music to Lowell at reasonable prices. Please join us at Boarding House Park in Lowell.
The Patrick J. Mogan Cultural Center is a program of Lowell National Historical Park in partnership with the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Our mission is to "tell the human story of Lowell" through community-sponsored exhibits, projects and programs.
The Music Department has several programs for prospective students interested in music, including the Mary Jo Leahey Symphonic Band Camp, the New England Youth Wind Ensemble, the New England Junior Wind Ensemble and the UMass Lowell String Project.
The excitement and promise of nanotechnology provides a unique opportunity to increase public awareness of the critical importance of science and technology to society. Moreover, nanotechnology should motivate more youth to become interested and better prepared for careers in science, math, engineering and technology.
The Mission of the Non-Profit Alliance is to build collaboration that strengthens the influence and impact of community-based organizations through sharing resources and advancing excellence in administration.
Office of School Partnerships (Graduate School of Education)
The office, an initiative within the University of Massachusetts Graduate School of Education, reflects the University's commitment to excellence in public education, the key to sustained regional economic development.
PACSI’s goal is to promote education, research and practice concerning peace and conflict issues, in both the UMass Lowell and greater-Lowell communities.
We define service learning as a hands-on learning approach in which students achieve academic objectives in a credit-bearing course, by meeting real community needs. In engineering, the students become better professionals and better citizens while the community benefits.
Since, 1987 TNEC has provided dynamic hands-on, participatory health and safety training. With simulated work tasks and mock incidents, students gain a better understanding of work site hazards and how to properly respond in an emergency situation.
TURI's Community Program strives to help organizations raise awareness of the hazards of toxic chemical use and introduce safer alternatives within their neighborhoods.
The Tsongas Center is a hands-on history center for students to learn about the American Industrial Revolution through hands-on activities and by experiencing history where it happened. The Tsongas Center is a curriculum resource for teachers to participate in practical professional development workshops and great primary-source-based teaching activities.
The University Gallery is UMass Lowell’s professional art gallery. Coordinated by the Art Department and sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, Division of Fine Arts, the University Gallery exhibits the work of regionally and nationally recognized professional artists.
A project of mutual assistance and understanding involving the students and staff of the University of Massachusetts Lowell and the people of the Peruvian Andes.
Outreach and partnership activities thrive in the colleges and departments across campus. To learn more about these activities, click on the following links:
College of Fine Arts, Huamanities and Social Sciences
The College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences offers a wide variety of majors from music and criminal justice to English. The college is unique in that our full-time faculty members teach and involve undergraduate students in their research and practical experiences. Students can also tailor many programs to suit their needs.
The College of Sciences offers a wide variety of majors from biology mathematics. The college is unique in that our full-time faculty members teach and involve undergraduate students in their research and practical experiences. Students can also tailor many programs to suit their needs.
A theme entitled "Education for Transformation" provides a conceptual framework that unifies programs at the Graduate School of Education. The mission of the University of Massachusetts Lowell is to promote and sustain regional economic development. The GSE contributes to this mission by developing professionals who help transform the region through leadership roles in education.
College of Engineering
UMass Lowell offers graduate and undergraduate degree programs in six different fields of engineering - chemical engineering, civil & environmental engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and plastics engineering - and undergraduate degrees in three different fields in engineering technology - civil, electronic and mechanical engineering technology.
College of Health Sciences
The College of Health Sciences at UMass Lowell was created to promote human health and development that enables people to live in safe and productive communities and environmentally sustainable economies.
The Manning School of Business at UMass Lowell has been creating the business leaders of the future. We offer programs in accounting, finance, management, management information systems and marketing, and provide students with a broad range of skills necessary for success.
Building on the strength of UMass Lowell's outstanding faculty, the Division of Online & Continuing Studies is leading the region in delivering quality programs on campus, on site at companies and online. Our corporate and distance education initiatives continue to bring distinction to the UMass Lowell campus as students and companies participate in our wide range of professional education programs.
Athletics at UMass Lowell must have a direct connection between its purpose and the University's stated mission. Accordingly, coaches must be educators who positively influence young people and foster an appreciation for education and a commitment to using sports as a vehicle to encourage positive social change.
Information about student outreach and service activities.