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Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences

Educating Tomorrow's Leaders for a Healthier World

Are you driven to solve health care problems and make a difference in the world? Then earn your degree from the Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences. You'll receive an outstanding education from faculty members who are experienced professionals, dedicated teachers and champions for your success.

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Seeking Volunteers for the UML Vaccine Corps

The Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences is asking our students, staff, faculty and alumni to volunteer for Lowell General Hospital's Mass Vaccine COVID-19 clinic. You could work as a greeter, registrar and phone assistant. We also need vaccine prep and vaccinators, roles that are restricted to medical professionals. Learn more and volunteer for the vaccine clinic.

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UMass Lowell College of Health Sciences offers programs for the modern health-care professional, many of which lead directly to licensure. Check them out.

Delivering Real-World Experiences

  • Shelby Creamer
    Nursing

    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.

  • Andrew  Stanwicks
    Exercise Physiology

    The summer after his freshman year, Andrew Stanwicks worked in a hospital rehabilitation research lab.

  • Cassie Harding
    Public Health

    Cassie Harding’s internship experiences as a public health student inspired her to tackle the big health and wellness challenges facing people in the cities and towns around her.

  • Tara Lynch
    Psychology, Public Health

    Tara Lynch's experience during her undergraduate psychology program practicum working with a community agency to improve outcomes for rape survivors led her to pursue a Master of Public Health.