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UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.

UMass Lowell Campus Life Videos

Student Life on UMass Lowell's Campus

  • Goats to Go helped out with some lawnmowing on campus tricky terrain recently.
  • The university’s community-supported agriculture (CSA) program provides organic vegetables to participants thanks to the Office of Sustainability, the Center for Public Opinion and the Lowell-based urban farming venture Mill City Grows.
  • The 2018 Spring Move Out donation drive diverted more than 8 tons of items from landfills to local nonprofits.
  • Video by Alfonso Velasquez
    Evan Jones and Andrew Terrill use a GoPro camera to show what it's like to ride around campus on a unicycle.
  • UMass Lowell students put on the 'final push' toward winter break.
  • UMass Lowell welcomed the largest and most diverse group of new students ever this fall. Check them out.
  • UMass Lowell students from different majors join forces to design, build & donate prosthetic devices for children.
  • Students, faculty, staff and alumni joined in the festivities at the Second Annual Kennedy College of Sciences Block Party.
  • Video by Alfonso Velasquez
    UMass Lowell seniors reflect on the connections they have made with their favorite places on campus. Get a feel for the campus first hand.
  • Video by Alfonso Velasquez
    Watch and listen to the sights and sounds of our campus. UMass Lowell students take advantage of March temperatures that hit the 70s. Song performed by Kamiren Humphrey '16 and Morgan Minsk.
  • Video by Alfonso Velasquez
    UMass Lowell's campus radio station, WUML 91.5 FM, has the Best College radio DJ in North America. Nick Canovas aka DJ Dad, won the honor of the Best College Radio DJ in North America and a free trip to Switzerland in a contest run by the International Radio Festival. More about DJ Dad 

  • Video by Alfonso Velasquez
    When students come back to campus every fall, it's cause for celebration! In fact, there's a week full of activities to welcome students new and old.