Commitment to community is a core value of UMass Lowell. We strive to prepare students to succeed in college, and to become lifelong learners and informed citizens.
Last fall, Hurricane Maria tore across Puerto Rico, decimating the island's infrastructure. Months later, the struggle to rebuild and rebound continues. UMass Lowell wants to help.
The Center for Program Evaluation is helping The Career Academy, an alternative public high school in Lowell, figure out the best ways to help and empower students.
UMass Lowell announced the recipients of this year’s 2020 Community Impact Grants, members of the university and Greater Lowell communities who are leading projects that support the goals of the "UMass Lowell 2020" strategic plan.
The university’s new Richard and Nancy Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility hosted a community screening of “We the People: The Market Basket Effect,” a documentary film co-produced by entrepreneur and former UML student Ted Leonsis, owner of teams in the NBA and NHL.