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Spotlight

Adam M. Hogue ’03, financial consultant at Coastal Capital Group LLC
 

Adam M. Hogue ’03, financial consultant at Coastal Capital Group LLC, “UMass Lowell gave me the skills to succeed both professionally, as well as personally. The experience I had at the University changed me forever.”

 
Jacqueline F. Moloney ’75, ’92, executive vice chancellor of UMass Lowell
 

Jacqueline F. Moloney ’75, ’92, executive vice chancellor of UMass Lowell, Attending Lowell State, and then graduating from the University of Lowell, enriched my life, set me on a path of personal and professional growth and allowed me to make contributions to education and the community that I never thought possible. UMass Lowell continues to build futures for students of all backgrounds on an even greater scale today."

 
James J. Barry ’88, senior executive of Medical Device Industry
 

James J. Barry ’88, senior executive of Medical Device Industry, “The graduate education I received at UMass Lowell was highly competitive. That, combined with the cutting-edge research I conducted while at the University, afforded me many opportunities after I earned my degree. UMass Lowell provided me with both the technical and leadership skills needed to lead a team of scientists and engineers in the development of the world’s most successful medical device launched.”

 
Louis B. Coiro ’82, owner of Tewksbury Physical Therapy and Drum Hill Physical and Sports Therapy
 

Louis B. Coiro ’82, owner of Tewksbury Physical Therapy and Drum Hill Physical and Sports Therapy, “UMass Lowell provided me with an opportunity and path to achieve my goal. Thanks to the mentorship of Dr. Dorsi and the comprehensive education I received, I have a rewarding career in physical therapy.”

 
Mark J. Cocozza ’71, chairman of Highland Group
 

Mark J. Cocozza ’71, chairman of Highland Group, “My UMass Lowell education provided the ‘footing’ for my successful business career.”

 
Patricia D. McPhail ’54, retired president of Pat McPhail Inc. and McPhail Enterprises Inc
 

Patricia D. McPhail ’54, retired president of Pat McPhail Inc. and McPhail Enterprises Inc, “Give 100 percent. Receive 100 percent.”

 
Richard A Pierro Jr. ’83, co-founder and president of Superior Controls Inc.
 

Richard A Pierro Jr. ’83, co-founder and president of Superior Controls Inc., “During my first day at UMass Lowell, Dr. Keeney (the chairman at that time) asked me what I wanted to do when I grew up. I told him, ‘I don’t know but it will have nothing to do with computers.’ Two years later, I was working with Dr. Walkinshaw and Dr. Donatelli implementing my thesis project: a computer control system to digitally control water temperature. This project changed my career and life.”

 

Benefits & Services

UMass Lowell alumni receive many benefits: 

Membership Opportunities
Exclusive membership opportunities to the UMass Club in Boston and more.

Discounts (Local and National)
Discounts on UMass Lowell athletics, bookstore, insurance, travel and on the services of local businesses. 

Services 
Access to career services, replacement diplomas, transcripts and more.

On Campus Benefits 
Services and discounts on campus and in Lowell: Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center, athletics and more. 

Communications 
Opportunities to stay connected through the UMass Lowell Alumni Magazine, alumni e-newsletter and our many social media channels.

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Adam M. Hogue ’03, financial consultant at Coastal Capital Group LLC

Adam M. Hogue ’03, financial consultant at Coastal Capital Group LLC

“UMass Lowell gave me the skills to succeed both professionally, as well as personally. The experience I had at the University changed me forever.”

Jacqueline F. Moloney ’75, ’92, executive vice chancellor of UMass Lowell

Jacqueline F. Moloney ’75, ’92, executive vice chancellor of UMass Lowell

Attending Lowell State, and then graduating from the University of Lowell, enriched my life, set me on a path of personal and professional growth and allowed me to make contributions to education and the community that I never thought possible. UMass Lowell continues to build futures for students of all backgrounds on an even greater scale today."

James J. Barry ’88, senior executive of Medical Device Industry

James J. Barry ’88, senior executive of Medical Device Industry

“The graduate education I received at UMass Lowell was highly competitive. That, combined with the cutting-edge research I conducted while at the University, afforded me many opportunities after I earned my degree. UMass Lowell provided me with both the technical and leadership skills needed to lead a team of scientists and engineers in the development of the world’s most successful medical device launched.”

Louis B. Coiro ’82, owner of Tewksbury Physical Therapy and Drum Hill Physical and Sports Therapy

Louis B. Coiro ’82, owner of Tewksbury Physical Therapy and Drum Hill Physical and Sports Therapy

“UMass Lowell provided me with an opportunity and path to achieve my goal. Thanks to the mentorship of Dr. Dorsi and the comprehensive education I received, I have a rewarding career in physical therapy.”

Mark J. Cocozza ’71, chairman of Highland Group

Mark J. Cocozza ’71, chairman of Highland Group

“My UMass Lowell education provided the ‘footing’ for my successful business career.”

Patricia D. McPhail ’54, retired president of Pat McPhail Inc. and McPhail Enterprises Inc

Patricia D. McPhail ’54, retired president of Pat McPhail Inc. and McPhail Enterprises Inc

“Give 100 percent. Receive 100 percent.”

Richard A Pierro Jr. ’83, co-founder and president of Superior Controls Inc.

Richard A Pierro Jr. ’83, co-founder and president of Superior Controls Inc.

“During my first day at UMass Lowell, Dr. Keeney (the chairman at that time) asked me what I wanted to do when I grew up. I told him, ‘I don’t know but it will have nothing to do with computers.’ Two years later, I was working with Dr. Walkinshaw and Dr. Donatelli implementing my thesis project: a computer control system to digitally control water temperature. This project changed my career and life.”



Spotlight

Adam M. Hogue ’03, financial consultant at Coastal Capital Group LLC
 

Adam M. Hogue ’03, financial consultant at Coastal Capital Group LLC, “UMass Lowell gave me the skills to succeed both professionally, as well as personally. The experience I had at the University changed me forever.”

 
Jacqueline F. Moloney ’75, ’92, executive vice chancellor of UMass Lowell
 

Jacqueline F. Moloney ’75, ’92, executive vice chancellor of UMass Lowell, Attending Lowell State, and then graduating from the University of Lowell, enriched my life, set me on a path of personal and professional growth and allowed me to make contributions to education and the community that I never thought possible. UMass Lowell continues to build futures for students of all backgrounds on an even greater scale today."

 
James J. Barry ’88, senior executive of Medical Device Industry
 

James J. Barry ’88, senior executive of Medical Device Industry, “The graduate education I received at UMass Lowell was highly competitive. That, combined with the cutting-edge research I conducted while at the University, afforded me many opportunities after I earned my degree. UMass Lowell provided me with both the technical and leadership skills needed to lead a team of scientists and engineers in the development of the world’s most successful medical device launched.”

 
Louis B. Coiro ’82, owner of Tewksbury Physical Therapy and Drum Hill Physical and Sports Therapy
 

Louis B. Coiro ’82, owner of Tewksbury Physical Therapy and Drum Hill Physical and Sports Therapy, “UMass Lowell provided me with an opportunity and path to achieve my goal. Thanks to the mentorship of Dr. Dorsi and the comprehensive education I received, I have a rewarding career in physical therapy.”

 
Mark J. Cocozza ’71, chairman of Highland Group
 

Mark J. Cocozza ’71, chairman of Highland Group, “My UMass Lowell education provided the ‘footing’ for my successful business career.”

 
Patricia D. McPhail ’54, retired president of Pat McPhail Inc. and McPhail Enterprises Inc
 

Patricia D. McPhail ’54, retired president of Pat McPhail Inc. and McPhail Enterprises Inc, “Give 100 percent. Receive 100 percent.”

 
Richard A Pierro Jr. ’83, co-founder and president of Superior Controls Inc.
 

Richard A Pierro Jr. ’83, co-founder and president of Superior Controls Inc., “During my first day at UMass Lowell, Dr. Keeney (the chairman at that time) asked me what I wanted to do when I grew up. I told him, ‘I don’t know but it will have nothing to do with computers.’ Two years later, I was working with Dr. Walkinshaw and Dr. Donatelli implementing my thesis project: a computer control system to digitally control water temperature. This project changed my career and life.”

 


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