Take Courses Over Winter Break!
Accelerate your education program by enrolling in UMass Lowell's
Winter Intersession. Students can earn college credits during their
winter break by taking courses in such areas as Humanities,
Social Sciences, and Science.
See our list of Winter Intersession
Register now by SIS Self-Service.
New students fax, mail or walk-in
at The Solution Center, University Crossing, 220 Pawtucket Street, Suite 131, Lowell,
MA 01854-5110. See the new student checklist which is included on the
New Student Registration Form.
- Last Day to ADD a course: December 29
- Last day to DROP a course with a full refund:
- Last day to withdraw with a grade of "W": January 10
Students may use SIS to add, drop or withdraw from a course.
For all other registration and financial information, please check our website at http://continuinged.uml.edu or the course registration information in our Spring bulletin. For additional information on financial policies and procedures, see http://www.uml.edu/admin/ar
For prerequisites, please check our website, course catalog, or the course listings for the Spring term.
All courses are three credits unless otherwise noted.
To check if a course fulfills the Core Curriculum and the General Education Requirements, please
Non-UMass Lowell Students:
Do You Study at another College or University?
You may be able to take a UMass Lowell course during Winter
Break and transfer it into your program of study at another
institution. Check with your college or university regarding
acceptance of transfer credits from UMass Lowell prior to
registering for your course.
For more information about our programs, email Continuing_Education@uml.edu,
or stop by Continuing Education,
UML North, Southwick 203 or call us at (978) 934-2474.
Please Note: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the
information presented in this website. However, Continuing
Education reserves the right to implement new rules and
regulations and to make changes of any nature in its program,
calendar, locations, tuition, and fees. Whenever possible,
appropriate notice of such changes will be given before they
In registering for courses, each student assumes full
responsibility for knowledge of and compliance with the
definitions, regulations, and procedures for the University as
set forth in the appropriate publications and bulletins.