Register now for Summer 2013 Courses! Please refer to our Add/Drop/Withdrawal Information for Registration Deadlines.
Get a head start and register early!
Although we cannot guarantee an opening in any class, your chances for being enrolled in the course of your choice are better when you register early. Please note that seats in laboratory courses are limited. When registering, please take note of the course calendar. We have many options to meet your needs.
Returning Undergraduate and Graduate Online and Continuing Education Students
Students who have been enrolled in a course at any time during the last three semesters may register and pay for courses online by using ISIS (Inter-Campus Student Information System).
ISIS Web-Based Self-Service Registration
Note: This is the preferred method of registration for all returning students.
- Go to http://isis.uml.edu
- Click Student Self-Service Login.
- Enter your Campus User ID, password and campus into the appropriate fields and click Login. (Note: Use your UML Student email address as your Campus User ID. If you have forgotten your UML Email password, visit https://mypassword.uml.edu)
- From the menu on the left select Self Service.
- Click Enrollment.
- Click Enrollment:Add Classes.
- Select Term then click Continue.
- Type the Class Number in the Class Nbr field. Please note, the class number is different from the course number.
You can search for the class number by clicking search. Enter the first two digits of the
course number (found in the bulletin), into the Course Subject box. Then enter the following three numbers
of the course number into the Course Number box and then hit Search. You can also find the course subject
and the course number on the OCE website http://continuinged.uml.edu or
www.uml.edu/admin/registrar or in the OCE bulletin.
Repeat Step 7 until all desired classes have been added.
- Click the Proceed To Step 2 Of 3 button.
- Finish Enrolling
When using ISIS, Undergraduate, Graduate and Online and Continuing Education students are able to perform the following transactions:
- search the course catalog and schedule of classes
- register for classes as well as add and drop classes
- request official transcripts
- view and pay a bill
- accept and decline financial aid
Students also can access and print their class schedules located under "View my class schedule".
For more information, check out the "Information for..."
section at http://www.uml.edu/enrollment/isis/
If you have a problem accessing your account, please contact the help desk at (978) 934-4357.
Students new to UMass Lowell must use the mail, fax, or walk-in options to register.
1. Fill out the New Student Registration Form and return it postmarked no later than the scheduled deadline and mail to:
- University of Massachusetts Lowell
- Registrar's Office
- 883 Broadway Street
- Dugan Hall, Room 101
- Lowell, MA 01854-5129
2. For Classroom location and other scheduling information, please visit the Inter-Campus Student Information system (ISIS).
Fill out the New Student Registration Form and fax it to (978) 934-4076 no later than the scheduled deadline.
Walk-In registration is held at the Registrar's Office, currently located at 883 Broadway Street, Dugan Hall 101, UML South, Lowell, MA 01854-5129. The Registrar's Office is moving to Salem Street in June. Please check their website for location. Students are encouraged to use ISIS, the Web-Based Self-Service System whenever possible. Students taking online courses must obtain a UML email address as well as a log-on password. Please see the New Student Registration Form and Checklist posted on the OCE or UML Registrar's website. The checklist will facilitate the process to access your online courses.
Logging Into ISIS / Accessing Your Student Account
Once your New Student Registration Form has been processed by the Registrar's Office, you will receive an email to your personal email account (if provided) or a letter will be mailed to your home.
After submitting your registration (please allow time for processing), visit https://www.umassadmin.net/ISIS/id_lookup/ to get your "Student ID" (this will be your default password for your UML student email account, which you will need to log onto iSiS.) Once you have this, visit http://www.uml.edu/Enrollment/isis/getting-started/default.aspx and follow the instructions provided to reset your student email password using your "Student ID" (also referred to as UMS#).
Once you have your student email address and updated email password, you can log into http://isis.uml.edu and view your schedule. To log into iSiS, click on the "Student Self-Service Login" button at http://isis.uml.edu. Use your email address as the "Campus User ID" and your email password in the password field, then select "Lowell" from the campus selection menu. Then click the Login button. If you encounter problems or need additional assistance, either refer to the step-by-step new student checklist on page two of the New Student Registration Form or contact the iSiS Help Desk at (978) 934-4357.
Note: In registering for courses and/or accepting admission into the University, each student assumes responsibility for knowledge of and compliance with the definitions, regulations, and procedures of the University pertaining to his or her student status as set forth in the appropriate University of Massachusetts Lowell, Division of Online and Continuing Education website, publications, and catalog.
Use the New Student Registration FormOnce you have registered, learn how to Log Into Your UMass Lowell Student Account
Register using ISIS 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
Location: Dugan Hall, Room 101, UML South
Need Help With Course Selection or Completing Your Program of Study??
Call (800) 480-3190 and press 3 to speak with an advisor in our Student Support Center, or email us at Continuing_Education@uml.edu with your questions!
Students with Disabilities
Students with Disabilities who need classroom accommodations should register with Student Disability Services