Community Relations

“Reflections on Peace-Building” is the first-ever gathering of leaders who have served as the UMass Lowell Greeley Scholar for Peace Studies. The scholars will engage in a discussion about peace & conflict resolution. A reception follows.

Please join us on April 9, 2014.
UMass Lowell serves the public through an array of activities that link its resources to people, organizations, industry, institutions and agencies beyond the campus, while bringing the benefits of engagement to students, faculty and staff.
A group of UMass Lowell students lent a helping hand to the community, volunteering their time at Habitat for Humanity to put the finishing touches on new homes for four families in Lowell.
For the past four years, UMass Lowell has been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. UMass Lowell is committed to applying knowledge for the public good and supporting the development of the community through teaching, research, scholarship and engagement. Learn more.
Last year, UMass Lowell academic and non-academic service in the community totaled over 100,000 hours of local and global outreach.