How to Apply into an Undergraduate Program

Congratulations on your decision to apply to UMass Lowell. We look forward to having you in our programs.

To apply into an Online Graduate Program, please visit UMass Lowell's Graduate Admissions website.

Undergraduate Program Applicants: Apply Online

Apply Online OR you can apply by printing and completing the Undergraduate Degree Application Form in .pdf file format. Please note: Your application will not be processed until your application fee has been paid. Return your completed application along with the $60 application fee to:

University of Massachusetts Lowell
Undergraduate Admissions/Online & Continuing Education
Attn: Rebecca Santiago
220 Pawtucket Street, Suite 420
Lowell, MA, 01854-2874
Phone: 978-934-2541

Note: The PDF files on this page require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

List of Undergraduate Degree Programs Offered Through Online and Continuing Education

Application Deadline:

The Division of Online and Continuing Education has rolling admissions, which means you can apply whenever you would like. Each application is processed – and each applicant notified – as soon as all of your admissions materials have been received and reviewed.

Certificate Programs

Our short-term undergraduate certificate programs typically consist of six to eight courses and they get you one step closer to your degree, faster than you ever imagined possible! Many of the courses taken towards these certificate programs can also be counted towards your degree. In fact, many degree program students use them as benchmarks on the way to earning their degrees. Apply to an undergraduate certificate program using the Online Application Form or by printing and completing the Undergraduate Certificate Application Form in .pdf file format.

Student Readmission

Students who have previously applied into a program at UMass Lowell and have been inactive (haven't registered for courses) for a number of semesters will need to apply for readmission before they can register for courses...  Readmission form in .pdf file format.


RESIDENTS OF ARKANSAS AND KANSAS:
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is not presently accepting applications or registrations for online courses, degrees or certificate programs from residents of Arkansas or Kansas. Due to recent legislative changes the University of Massachusetts Lowell is not seeking state authorization to offer online programs in those states. State and federal laws require colleges and universities to receive state authorization to offer online programs in states other than their own.

Questions Regarding Your Application?

Email
or call (978) 934-2541.

Already Applied?

Check the Status of Your Application Online

Need General Assistance?

Call or email the Online and Continuing Education Student Support Center at
(978) 934-2474 or (800) 480-3190.
Our team of Student Support Specialists are here to help!



A Step-by-Step Guide to Pursuing A Part-Time
Undergraduate Degree at UMass Lowell

Required:

  1. Select your desired degree program and Apply Online or complete the degree program application (PDF format) for admission. View a complete list of degrees we offer on a part-time, evening basis. If you are mailing in your application form, mail the application with the $60 application fee to:
    University of Massachusetts Lowell
    Undergraduate Admissions/Online & Continuing Education
    Attn: Rebecca Santiago
    220 Pawtucket Street, Suite 420
    Lowell, MA, 01854-2874
    Phone: 978-934-2541
  2. Contact the high school or college where you most recently took courses and ask them to send out official transcripts directly to Online and Continuing Education at the address above. Note:International Students must have their transcripts evaluated by the Center for Educational Documentation. See our Step-by-Step guide to the process.

  3. Register for courses.

  4. Once your application and transcripts have been received, you will receive a confirmation letter from Admissions/Online and Continuing Education.

Recommended:

  • Attend an Online and Continuing Education Virtual Open House.
  • Speak with a Student Support Specialist to review degree requirements and transfer credits.
  • Contact the Financial Aid Office to see if you're eligible for assistance.
  • If you're a veteran, senior citizen, or your employer provides tuition assistance, check your eligibility for tuition waivers/remission.
  • Become familiar with University policies and regulations on our website.
  • Contact the Online and Continuing Education Faculty and Student Support Center with any questions at (978) 934-2474, email: Continuing_Education@uml.edu or drop by Southwick Hall Room 203 on UMass Lowell North, Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00pm and on Friday from 8:30am to 5:00 p.m.


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