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The University of Massachusetts - Lowell

The University of Massachusetts - Lowell

1 University Ave
Lowell, MA 01854-5104
(978) 934-4000

The University of Massachusetts-Lowell is a public, 4-year, research institution, founded in 1894. This university is in the suburbs of Lowell, Massachusetts. UML is the seventh biggest institution in the state of Massachusetts. This medium-sized university is one of several campuses. This university offers 33 certificates, five degrees at the associates level, 38 degrees at the bachelors level, 30 degrees at the masters level, and 14 degrees at the doctoral level to students. In 2010, 14,702 students pursued degrees from the 70 programs at this university. This university offers subjects including math, counseling, and education. The New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education accredits it. This university is one of 11 research universities in Massachusetts.

Admission

In 2010, 7,284 students applied to this university. It admitted about 73% of applicants or 5,390 students. 40% of the admitted students are women.

Admission

In 2010, 7,284 students applied to this university. It admitted about 73% of applicants or 5,390 students. 40% of the admitted students are women.

  • Percent Admitted students who applied: 74%
  • Percent Admitted of women who applied were admitted: 69%
  • Percent Admitted of men who applied were admitted: 77%

Student Demographics

In 2010, UML had 14,702 students enrolled.

Student Demographics

In 2010, UML had 14,702 students enrolled.

  • Total Enrolled Male: 8527
  • Total Enrolled Female: 6175
  • Undergraduate Male: 6766
  • Undergraduate Female: 4510
  • Graduate Male: 1747
  • Graduate Female: 1679

Faculty Demographics

This university employs 1,014 teachers. About 43% of instructors are full-time, 56% of faculty are part-time, and around 60% of instructors are men.

Faculty Demographics

This university employs 1,014 teachers. About 43% of instructors are full-time, 56% of faculty are part-time, and around 60% of instructors are men.

  • Male: 609
  • Female: 405
Information based on 2010-12 data from the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.
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