Fall Courses Start Sept. 6th

Pursue Your Degree at Our New Haverhill Campus!

UMass Lowell is pleased to announce its new Haverhill satellite campus located at Harbor Place in the heart of the city's vibrant downtown waterfront. This new state-of-the-art campus allows UMass Lowell to deliver high quality programs more conveniently than ever to individuals who live or work in the Greater Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire.

Students have access to a broad range of the University's academic programs and services, allowing them to complete a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Business Administration or Psychology at the new campus. Note: Students may have the option to complete some required courses online. Courses are available at convenient times to meet the needs of traditional students as well as busy professionals.

Current Courses

Registration is now available for the following UMass Lowell courses. Fall courses will be held at our new location in downtown Haverhill.

Fall 2017 Courses: September 6 - December 14

Day / Time Tuition
Police Innovations
T / 6:00-8:50pm $1020
Criminal Justice Research Methods
W / 6:00-8:50pm $1020
Statistics in Criminal Justice
M / 6:00-8:50pm $1020
Th / 6:00-8:50pm $1020
International Business
M / 6:30-9:20pm $1020
New Product & Service Management
W / 6:30-9:20pm $1020
Managerial Decision Making
Th / 3:00-5:50pm $1020
Psychological Testing
T / 6:30-9:20pm $1020
Adult Development and Aging
M / 6:30-9:20pm $1020
Research II: Statistics
W / 3:00-5:50pm $1020
Seminar in Developmental Psychology
Th / 6:30-9:20pm $1020

Questions? Call 978-934-2474 for details.

Directions and Parking

Take I-495 to Exit 49 and follow Rt 110/113 East for 2.4 miles. Harbor Place will be on your right at the corner of Merrimack and Main Streets, next to Basiliere Bridge. Public parking is available in the municipal metered parking lot across the street from Harbor Place.

Haverhill Students - Get Your Course Books

  1. Books can be ordered online at http://www.uml.edu/bookstore and shipped directly to students' homes.
  2. The books are also available for pick-up at the UMass Lowell River Hawk Shop located at University Crossing, 220 Pawtucket Street in Lowell, MA. Phone: (978) 934-2623
    Email: bookstore@uml.edu

Ask an Advisor

Interested in completing your bachelor's degree? Email our program advisors for assistance with your questions regarding the following programs:

About UMass Lowell

UMass Lowell is one of the five campuses of the University of Massachusetts system. The most technologically focused campus, UMass Lowell offers degree programs at all levels through the doctorate. UMass Lowell presently has a student enrollment of more than 17,500, and offers one of the most extensive portfolios of online programs. It is one of the fastest rising universities in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report rankings.

Contact Us

UMass Lowell Haverhill Campus
Harbor Place
2 Merrimack Street, 2nd Floor
Haverhill, MA 01830


New Students:

Use the Non Degree Registration Form Once you have registered, Learn How to Log Into Your UMass Lowell Student Account

Returning Students:

Register using SIS Self-Service

Questions About Registration?

Call (800) 480-3190 and press 1 to speak with someone in the Registrar's Office.

UMass Lowell Registrar's Office Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 7:00pm;
Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm, EST

Walk-In registration is available at the Registrar's Office, currently located at University Crossing, 220 Pawtucket Street, Suite M10, Lowell, MA 01854-5129.

More Information

Need Help With Course Selection or Completing Your Program of Study?

Call (800) 480-3190 and press 1 to speak with an advisor in our Student Support Center, or email us at Continuing_Education@uml.edu with your questions!

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Students with Disabilities

Students with Disabilities who need classroom accommodations should register with Student Disability Services

Matthew P.
Current Student "Taking courses in Haverhill has been incredibly convenient for me since I live nearby. It's made earning my degree from UMass Lowell a reality"