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Student Activities & Leadership

The Office of Student Activities & Leadership Creates cultural, social, educational & leadership opportunities that enhance the overall learning and development of students. We help students to develop into visionary leaders of tomorrow by working on initiatives that embrace diversity and collaboration.


Clubs & Organizations

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UMass Lowell has over 220 active student organizations. These clubs are open to all students and are a fantastic way to meet people, have fun, develop your leadership skills and make a difference.

Visit our office at University Crossing Suite #220 to find out more.

Leadership Programs

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The Office of Student Activities & Leadership offers various programs and events throughout the year for new and experienced leaders, as well as students who want to get involved for the first time. Learn more.

Some of these include:

*Note: These programs are open to ALL students, even if those that do not want to enter the military.

Important Dates

  • JAN
    17
    Presidential Reaction Board
    12:00 PM

    The Presidential election of the 45th President of the United States was a race that had a lot of twists and turns. The Umass Lowell College Democrats are encouraging students to voice their reactions, both negative and positive feelings of the Presidential Inauguration. This can be a space to reflect and bid farewell to Barack Obama, as well as reflect on the new United States President. During the first week we will be handing out index cards for reflection, and after the week is over, we will hang the positive and negative responses on a board in Oleary Library on the first floor for all to see. Please be respectful, as this is a safe space for all thoughts to be heard.

  • JAN
    17
    SISTERS General Body Meeting
    6:00 PM

    S.I.S.T.E.R.S. holds weekly meetings on various topics. These topics include, but are not limited to: academic and professional issues, dynamics affecting women on campus, relationships, and character-building. In addition, S.I.S.T.E.R.S. hosts professional workshops on topics such as resume building and public speaking. Our group serves as a voice for women on campus. We are committed to helping members achieve success in multiple aspects of life. This includes: encouraging professional, academic and personal development, whilst providing members with the opportunities to achieve. We are also involved in community outreach, and provide regular volunteer opportunities.

  • JAN
    17
    Refuge - CSF Weekly Meetings
    7:35 PM

    Join us for our weekly service. 

  • JAN
    17
    Dale K: Almost Evil Comedy Hypnotist
    8:00 PM

    Dale K's Award Winning performances are Hilarious and Exciting while Entertaining and Enlightening. While most Hypnotists will try and convince you to believe in Hypnotic Trances and Mind Control....Dale K will show you how Powerful our Motivation can be and how Amazing your Imagination actually is...

    So grab your roommate, friend, or even a stranger and come check it out for yourself!

  • JAN
    18
    What's Up Wednesday
    3:00 PM

    What¿s Up Wednesday is a weekly event held on campus that works to connect the clubs on campus with the rest of the student body. Clubs can sign up to cosponsor a What¿s Up Wednesday in order to promote an upcoming event or just their club in general. Every What¿s Up Wednesday includes an activity and/or giveaway for students to participate in. What¿s Up Wednesdays are held every Wednesday from 3:00pm to 7:00pm.

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