Students can now register online using the Student Information System (SiS).
For all information on course registration, financial aid, and billing, please visit The Solution Center. For assistance with course materials, please visit The Tutoring Center and The Writing Center. If you are an economics major with a good GPA and want to work as an economics tutor, please contact Professor Monica Galizzi by email: Monica_Galizzi@uml.edu.
The UMass Lowell Economics Society is led by and for students. They meet regularly to discuss and apply what they are learning in the classroom to current events. In addition to the Economics Society, faculty are available to advise students who wish to participate in a wide variety of challenges some of which are listed here. Those interested in either the Economics Society or one of the challenges should contact the faculty advisor, Anne Rhoads, MA by email: Anne_Rhoads@uml.edu for more information.
The department regularly organizes social gatherings and career related activities for our women students. For more information about our “Women in Economics” group, contact Assistant Professor Kelly Hellman by email: Kelly_Hellman@uml.edu. We have are an active chapter of the Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honor Society.
Pratibha Gautam’s job at a medical device incubator inspired her to pursue a career in health economics.
Douglas Correa Ospina plans to combine his studies in psychology and economics to help immigrants and others from marginalized groups become more financially secure.
Tyler Farley has found much to satisfy his appetite for politics on campus and off, from serving in student government, to campaigning for Marco Rubio, to attending the Republican National Convention and more.
Rachel Jordan says that discovering the chair of the Economics Department was a woman helped convince her to come to UMass Lowell.
Honors history and economics major Gerrit Boldt landed an internship at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, working with cities to improve conditions for low-income residents. Now he’s back on campus as an AmeriCorps volunteer, helping first-generation college students succeed.
Honors student Kripa Joseph is earning her B.A. and M.A. in Peace and Conflict Studies in four years, while minoring in music and pursuing internships that promote diversity and respect among cultures.
The Model U.N. program and a semester interning and learning in Washington, D.C., helped Alejandro Lopez put economic and political theory into practice - and paved the way for a successful career.
Neyder Fernandez is finding ways to be politically active, from campaigning for Joe Kennedy to serving on a citizens’ advisory board for Lowell police.
Giulia Rabbito came to UMass Lowell for soccer and a business education – and then fell in love with economics.
Marvens Francois says switching his major to economics was one of the best decisions of his life.
Daniel Barros thought the law might be a good way to help people. His classes in legal studies confirmed it.
Anthony Gaeta says his six-month co-op at John Hancock Financial gave him real-world experience in his dream job as an actuary.
Motivated by the loss of a lake he had enjoyed as a child in his native Uzbekistan, economics major Akbar Abduljalil has taken on the role of president of the Student Society for Sustainability.