Networking lunch for new international students on day 1 of their orientation with OMA staff & Ambassadors as well as ISSO staff in ETIC Atrium
As part of the new int'l student welcome days, college based advisors and the centers for learning will offer advising sessions for our new int'l students with CBA's from each college.
Day two of welcoming our new incoming international student population in Alumni Hall.
Banks, cell phone companies, and SIM card companies will attend this vendor fair for new international students in ETIC Atrium from 10:30-12 noon.
New Int'l Student Welcome Day 1. Fox Hall will be open from 6-9 p.m. for an international game night. Any students on campus are welcome to join and meet new int'l students.
Multicultural Affairs and Intramural Sports Program are hosting a basketball and soccer event for opening week to welcome international students.
Student will have the opportunity to meet with adivsors and ask questions pertaining to their courses and majors.
An opportunity for new students to get to know each other and their community.
Enjoy this workshop and help us change the conversation around sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and harassment.
Training for club sport eboard members
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UMass Lowell is an inclusive community, and Ally Space training is one of the many ways that you can support students who identify with the LGBTQ community. Get to LGBTQ resources & have some ice cream too!
Connect with different university departments. This is the perfect opportunity to tie up any loose ends, turn in forms, grab an ID and get answers to any questions you may have.
Transfer Welcome Day
South Campus is know for being UMass Lowell's hub for performance arts, so why not showcase it? Come enjoy some live music, attraction, giveaways, food, and lawn games on one of the biggest quads on campus. This event is just what you need to relax before the semester starts.
All military affiliated students are invited to join us for dinner and a review of all benefits offered here at the University.
We will focus on applying and using benefits that are most helpful.
For one night only we transform University Crossing into an arcade. There will be bowling, headphone disco, arcade games, music, food and more. You won't want to miss this fun annual event.
With over 200+ organizations there is definitely something for everyone. Experience all you can get involved in this year at Engagement Fair! Immediately following Convocation, there will be a free BBQ.
Join 4 of UMass Lowell's Acapella groups for a fun night of Karaoke. Bring your friends, sing a song, chat with the members of our acaepella groups.
Ready, Set, Riverhawks is starting the year off right! Come to UCrossing from 11am-1pm on the first day of classes for a free “pick me up” beverage with giveaways, coupons, and other UML resources! Ready, Set, Riverhawks!
Each year, the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Distinguished Service Awards are presented to UMass Lowell faculty, staff, and students, and to community members during the annual MLK Dinner. These awards honor the contributions of individuals who have demonstrated a high level of commitment to social change, service and community engagement. Nominees should exemplify the dream, vision, and work of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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