UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.
As a student in the undergraduate program in nursing at UMass Lowell, you'll learn how to think critically and apply the nursing process when caring for clients of all ages in a variety of settings. You'll gain valuable real-world experience due to our collaborative relationships with more than 250 clinical agencies and opportunities to practice with students from other health science disciplines (Interprofessional Education).
Program Director: Laurie Soroken, email: Laurie_Soroken@uml.edu.
The UMass Lowell Nursing BS program prepares you to:
The clinical aspects of the nursing program are developed, coordinated and supervised by the nursing faculty and are provided in collaboration with members of our community agencies. Student clinical placements may include:
Want to know what classes to take and when? See Nursing in the Academic Catalog:
Shelby Creamer gained the clinical experience, faculty support, good grades and passion that made her shine, helping the nursing student land a coveted "externship" with Mayo Clinic.
UML prepared Lianna Partee for a career that she’s passionate about. After completing her nursing degree here and working as a registered nurse for a year, she returned to earn a master’s degree in gerontological nursing.
Juana Guerrero came to UML with strong academic credentials. A support program helped boost her confidence and leadership skills, too.
An Honors College student fellowship gave Marbella Leal a chance to work with at-risk students and do research with a professor.
The Solomont School of Nursing offers many opportunities for research in health promotion, women's health and more.
Our nursing students gain experience and confidence in our high tech simulation laboratory. Watch the Simulation Lab video or visit:
Get information about financial aid, join a nursing group and more.