As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic UMass Lowell has responded to student and family needs by doing the following:
The housing application for academic year 2021-2022 is available on the Online Housing Portal and we encourage students to submit an application if they are interested in campus housing. We are currently at capacity, students applying for housing will be assigned by our housing team as space become available throughout the month of August and September.
We will be providing single and double occupancy bedrooms in our traditional residence hall spaces. Units that are typically reserved for 4 students (quads) will operate at double occupancy, all other spaces (typical single, double, and triple bedrooms) will be single occupancy with the exception of a limited number of rooms in Bourgeois and Fox that will operate at double occupancy. The occupancy for each of these units will be identified as either "Single Occupancy Bedroom" or "Double Occupancy Bedroom" when you view the available rooms on the "Room List" page in the online housing portal. Please see our Residence Hall information for details on specific buildings/unit types.
We will be providing a cohort housing model for students to live together in shared bedrooms within our suite and apartment residences. These spaces will be our typical occupancy which include single, double, and triple occupancy bedrooms. Please see our Residence Hall information for details on specific buildings/unit types.
If you have questions in the meantime, do not hesitate to be in touch – and we thank you for your patience. We’re thrilled that we have been able to house students safely on campus for the past year – we want to keep that going!
If you are traveling or plan to be absent from campus please let us know your plans with the Residence Life Travel / Absence From Campus Form.
Community lounges are open for use between 7 p.m. - midnight in Bourgeois, Fox, and Leitch Halls. Face coverings, social distancing, and posted occupancy limits apply. Common areas in other buildings are currently closed.
Vaccinated students are not required to wear a face covering in the residence halls. Individuals not yet fully vaccinated are advised to wear face coverings in indoor settings including residence halls when they can’t socially distance.
The Office of Residence Life works to cultivate an inclusive community that encourages self-awareness and embraces all expression of identities. Our staff are committed to welcoming all our student scholars into our residence halls – including, but not limited to: people of all abilities, ages, ethnicities, genders, gender expressions, ideologies, national origins, races, religions, sexes, sexual orientations, socio-economic statuses, and veteran status.