University of Massachusetts-Lowell Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (10)
Excellent program, but you get out what you put in. The masters program is very accommodating to working professionals.
Great campus with all amenities. Engineering program is geared to providing the knowledge and experience required to get that job after college.
I loved UMass Lowell. The teachers were interesting and challenging. I made friends that will last a lifetime. College is the experience you make of it. Don't be afraid to experiment and find what makes you happy.
The college is spread out so if you are taking a variety of classes it may be hard to get from one to the other. The school is growing so newer and better things are always happening. The teachers were nice and other students friendly. Just try not to get run over on the way to class.
I loved going to the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. It was an amazing school with invaluable opportunities. I got to know my professors very well and even got to intern as a legal intern for a law firm in Washington, D.C. through my school. I highly recommend going to Umass Lowell.
This school really provided me with the skills needed to succeed in Nursing, from the classwork to time spent in the field. I would absolutely recommend this Nursing program.
Loved the college. Excellent opportunities for internships, study abroad, and gaining experience outside of the school. The staff was a great mix of academics and professionals (some professors were former lawyers, police officers, or U.S. reps). Campus has been growing and expanding for the past 8 years or so and shows no signs of stopping.
Decent, affordable. Friendly professors. In the music program, its not uncommon to find that you are being taught by the same instructors as Berklee. The sound recording faculty and facilities are top notch.
UML was a great school. There was a great community there. Lots of things to do in the community and the professors in my program had actually helped write the textbooks. I would recommend it to anyone. There is also a lot of support. It had the feel of being in small private school but with all of the activities of a large public school.
The online program at UMass Lowell was a great fit for me since I was working full time and needed something flexible. I was able to take a break when my son was born and pick right up where I left off. It was also very affordable when compared to on-campus options.
When looking for a college, try to be practical. Don't get yourself into a huge pile of debt if there is other, more affordable options available. The on campus experience may be great, but it may not be worth the financial burden.