Lowell Institute School Fund
The Lowell Institute School is the first school of its kind in the country – delivering science, technology and engineering bachelor’s degree completion programs for students with two years of college credit or an associate’s degree, and who aspire to a bachelor’s degree.
When A. Lawrence Lowell created the Lowell Institute School for Industrial Foremen in 1903, the idea was daring, but practical. It was bringing essential knowledge and opportunity to the people doing the hands-on work of the new century.
Now, a century later, we’re proposing a new chapter in that same daring and practical spirit.
We focus our offerings on upper-level classes. It’s a practical solution for our students already with some college credits to finish a bachelor’s degree.
Lowell Institute School students are busy and enterprising. And they’re perfectly ready to be our modern-day problem-solvers.