Maybe you come to us with an associate’s degree, military experience, or you've simply spent time at another school and are looking for the opportunities available at a public research university. Either way, we’re glad you’re thinking of transferring to UMass Lowell and we look forward to making the process as smooth as possible for you.
Lauren Gary transferred to UMass Lowell to study psychology and work with people with disabilities. Thanks to faculty advice, she entered the bachelor’s-to-master’s program in autism studies – and found a job in her field before finishing her undergraduate degree.
$192 million in financial aid awarded annually
Transfer students make up about 50% of the undergraduate population
17:1 student to faculty ratio
16 Division I athletic teams
Over $72 million in annual research
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