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.
Students, faculty and staff who rely on public transportation to get to campus appreciate the university’s new partnership with the LRTA and MVRTA, which lets them ride buses for free.
The first students in UMass Lowell’s new Master of Public Administration program are getting a crash course in how to manage public and private agencies in the arts and humanities, criminal justice and human services.
Lowell SunUMass Lowell's "Teach a Computer to Sing" after-school program has been going on at Lowell's Bartlett Community Partnership School for about 18 months.
Eagle-TribuneUMass Lowell is one of the research partners that received funding on to help prevent gang violence from the state. The Lowell campus received $49,980, while both the Lawrence campus and Haverhill/Methuen campus received $24,994.