The primary responsibility of the Division of Student Affairs is the welfare of all students enrolled at UMass Lowell. We provide students with the resources and assistance for students to graduate as well rounded, active contributors to their communities.
The students who run the university’s radio station, WUML (91.5 FM) are known for broadcasting their passions, but they sidestep taste-making duties once a year to host Rock for Tots, a feast of music for a good cause.
The university's annual Veteran's Day flag ceremony honored all veterans, especially our student-veterans. But there was one clear focus, the biggest guy in the room, alumnus Nick Lavery.
With more than 1,400 international students enrolled at the university this fall, the services provided by the International Students and Scholars Office and the Office of Multicultural Affairs are in high demand.
The university’s focus on helping first-year students succeed is already paying off in higher retention and graduation rates. A new advising system, an online four-year planner and the River Hawk Scholars Academy offer additional support.