- Recognized for innovation and technology, UMass Lowell provides students with experiential learning opportunities including internships, co-ops, and service learning. Global partnerships provide opportunities for in-depth international experiences.
- UMass Lowell is a Princeton Review “Best Value College” and a Carnegie Foundation community-engaged campus.
- Freshmen are enrolled in learning communities that help them bond with classmates and professors, explore educational and career goals, and build strong academic foundations. An exemplary Honors Program is available for qualified applicants.
- Most of the 75 undergraduate majors offer accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s programs. UMass Lowell maintains a 14:1 student-to-faculty ratio, with half of all classes limited to 20 students.
- UMass Lowell’s diverse student population, including 3,000 residential students, enjoys 125 active student clubs, a full calendar of weekend activities, and varsity sports that include Division I ice hockey.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
883 Broadway Street, Suite 110
Lowell, MA 01854
Freshmen - February 15
Regular Decision - July 1
UMass Lowell is located in the culturally and historically rich Merrimack Valley, close to Boston, ocean beaches, and the mountains of New Hampshire. With a national reputation for education and research in science, engineering, and technology, the campus offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs.
Rich in interdisciplinary approaches and experiential learning opportunities, academic programs include internships, co-ops, service learning, and international education. UMass Lowell provides its 10,500 undergraduate and 3,000 graduate students more than 120 fully accredited programs taught by 682 faculty members in five colleges. Most of the 75 bachelor’s degree programs offer five-year Bachelor’s to Master’s programs.
The student-to-faculty ratio is 14:1 and half of the undergraduate classes have fewer than 20 students. Ninety-three percent of the full-time faculty members hold the highest degree in their fields.
About 3,000 students live in 10 University residence halls. There are more than 120 active student organizations on campus, a popular and fully equipped campus recreation center, 15 NCAA Division II sports teams, and the Division I River Hawks ice hockey team that competes in the Hockey East Conference.