Students wishing to form a new religious organization on campus should contact the Office of Student Activities and Leadership for assistance in understanding the process and completing the paperwork required by the Student Government Association.
The following organizations are represented at UMass Lowell.
The Catholic Center community seeks to grow in greater love and knowledge of God, of self and others. In doing this, we build a personal relationship with God and come to life’s meaning and joy. The Catholic Center welcomes everyone to its activities and events.
Director of Catholic Campus Ministry: Bernadine Kensinger
Office: University Crossing Suite 380GPhone: 978-934-5032
Facebook: UMass Lowell Catholic Student Union - Website
International Students Incorporated is a service to international students and their families related to UMass Lowell.
Minister: Margaret Leavister
Office: University Crossing Suite 380F
The Protestant Campus Ministry provides Christian witness to the University community, promotes spiritual welfare of university personnel, and builds community among students, faculty, administration, and staff by offering opportunities for worship, and spiritual and intellectual growth.
Pastor: Imogene Stulken
Office: University Crossing Suite 380H
It is our desire to give students an opportunity to grow in relationship with Jesus Christ, while also giving them the opportunity to grow in relationship with friends here at UMass Lowell. This is accomplished through several weekly and semester endeavors. For more information regarding any of these events, please visit the CSF Website.
Campus Ministers: Chris A. James and Patrick Schwartz
Office: University Crossing Suite 380E
Visit UMass Lowell's Clubs & Organization's Muslim Student Association website.
Visit the UMass Lowell's Clubs & Organizations Jewish Student Organization website.
In the past, students have had bad experiences with destructive religious groups that aren't affiliated with UMass Lowell or the Campus Ministry Association, and not subject to the collaborative code of non-proselytization and mutual respect on which the Campus Ministry Association is founded. Learn more about destructive religious organizations.