Students come for counseling services, consultations and referrals in an effort to achieve a better understanding of themselves and to gain methods of coping with their feelings, relationships, choices and academic studies.
The staff of Health Services consists of nurse practitioners, a registered nurse, health educators, a consultant M.D., an immunization coordinator, a secretary, and an insurance coordinator. Students may make appointments with a nurse practitioner for routine health care or a sick visit.
CLASS has programs designed to help students adjust to the demands of heavier course loads and more difficult classes. It gives support in varying ways such as tutoring, computer workshops, study skills workshops, and major and career planning.
Executive Director: Sheila Riley-Callahan
The Advising Center provides students with the information and advice they need to make informed decisions about their academic career. Staff members provide SIS support, and offer advice on majors, careers, study skills and fulfilling University academic requirements, including general education requirements.
Students come here for assistance in all phases of the writing process. Appointments are made for one-on-one help from trained writing tutors.
The University participates in various federal, state, institutional and private financial aid programs. There are three major types of financial aid: Grants and waivers, student employment programs and student loans.
The Office of Residence Life works to provide a safe, interactive and well maintained environment where students can live, learn and grow. It aims to maintain a living and learning environment that promotes the personal and academic success of each individual student.
Career & Co-op Center offers individual appointments for all types of career guidance, resume and cover letter reviews, practice interviews, workshops and presentations, panel discussions, career fairs, on-campus interviews, company information sessions, online job and internship postings (as well as some printed internship, co-op, and seasonal resources in the office), vocational assessments, a variety of job search handouts and articles, and access to the University Career Advisory Network (UCAN/Mentors).
The mission of creating and maintaining a veteran friendly campus is supported by a standing committee on veterans' affairs, with a strong representation of veterans on campus and from the community.
UMass Lowell has over 100 active student organizations. These clubs are open to students and are a fantastic way to meet people, have fun, and make a difference! The Office of Student Activities and Leadership creates cultural, social, educational and leadership opportunities, which embrace diversity and collaboration, shaping visionary leaders of tomorrow.