ECHOES OF SUCCESS: Excellence, Connecting, Helping, Online, Engaging Students
Connect With Us / Connect With Each Other:
Make an Advising Appointment - Schedule an appointment to speak with an advisor, face to face or over the phone!
Call us at (978) 934-2474 or email us at Continuing_Education@uml.edu
Students are also welcome to drop by the Student and Faculty Support Center, located in Southwick Hall 203, UML North to obtain general information on Associate's and Bachelor's degrees and certificate programs, and/or to obtain brochures.
For questions on Graduate programs, visit www.uml.edu/grad or call Graduate Admissions at (978) 934-2380.
UMass Lowell’s Division of Online and Continuing Education holds a virtual Open House for undergraduate students prior to the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. This Open House is intended for students who cannot attend our traditional Open House. If you are unable to attend, you may download our PowerPoint Orientation.
Tea and Chat
Newly matriculated students can meet with a group of faculty coordinators and advisors for a Tea and Chat. We will be available to answer student questions and also discuss support services that are available to students. A time to have virtual tea with us is sometime at the beginning of each semester after classes have begun. When we schedule the next Tea and Chat, we will link to the details from this page.
Online Connection (Mary Duell’s connection with students)
Student and Faculty Support Center Office Hours:
|Monday - Thursday:||8:30am - 7:00pm|
|Friday:||8:30am - 5:00pm|
Holiday Closings and Special Hours
- April 15: Patriots' Day (University closed)
April 22, 2013: Last day for students to complete work for incomplete Fall 2012 and Intersession 2013 semester courses.
May 27: Memorial Day (University closed)
July 4: Independence Day (University closed)
November 4: Last day for students to complete work for incomplete Spring and Summer 2013 semester courses.
General Advising is also available by emailing your questions to the Faculty and Student Support Center at Continuing_Education@uml.edu
For advising on the online Master's Degree in Educational Administration, please email email@example.com.
Appointments with Faculty Program Coordinators, General Faculty and Student Support Specialists
Students seeking information regarding Associate's and Bachelor's degree programs and certificate programs are welcome to come to the Division of Online and Continuing Education office, Southwick Hall 203, Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm and until 5:00 pm on Friday. Students may also request information by calling 978-934-2474 or may email Continuing_Education@uml.edu. For questions regarding Graduate programs, visit www.uml.edu/grad/.
Students are encouraged to review their transcripts and their curriculum programs. Students may schedule appointments with Faculty Program Coordinators and Faculty and Student Support Specialists to discuss transcript issues, program degree requirements and other academic matters. Students are encouraged to call Online and Continuing Education at (978) 934-2474 to schedule an appointment, or use the new online "Make an Appointment with Your Advisor" tool. Most appointments are held on UML North in the Faculty and Student Support Center. You may also email our Program Coordinators and Faculty Support Specialists (see information on the right).
Speak with an Advisor
Our Student Support Staff are available to help you with your questions! Email Continuing_Education@uml.edu for assistance, or call for advising at (800) 480-3190 and press 3 to speak with an advisor. See links at the bottom of this page for technical assistance with your online course.
Faculty Program Coordinators and Advisors:
- Paul Damour
- Criminal Justice:
- Allan Roscoe
- Engineering Technology Programs:
- Mechanical Engineering Technology:
Associate Professor Glenn Sundberg, Chair of Engineering Technology
- Civil Engineering Technology, Electronic Engineering Technology: Gary Howe
- Plastics Engineering Technology:
Professor Stephen Driscoll
- Associate Professor Todd Avery
- Information Technology:
- Professor Ann Marie Hurley
- Legal Studies:
- Professor Michael Jones
- Liberal Arts:
- Professor Joseph Lipchitz
- Professor Alan Doerr
- Professor Richard Siegel
Lecturer Mary Duell
Advising Support Specialists: