Admission to graduate programs at the University of Massachusetts Lowell is limited and competitive. Please apply early and make sure that all application materials will be received by the application deadline.
Contact the appropriate graduate coordinator to get additional information about programs of study, financial aid possibilities and any additional requirements, standards or deadlines.
Admission to a graduate program is contingent upon successful completion of a bachelor’s degree. An official transcript indicating that the degree has been or will soon be awarded must be filed with the Office of Graduate Admissions by the end of your first semester at UMass Lowell.
You may send the required application materials together or separately. All required items must be submitted to:
Office of Graduate Admissions
Cumnock Hall, Suite 110
One University Avenue
Lowell, MA 01854-5130
All required materials must arrive before the application package can be evaluated. Generally, the Office of Graduate Admissions holds application materials for two years from the date of application.
Be sure to see additional information about official transcripts in the Admissions Requirements.
All materials received by the Office of Graduate Admissions become the property of the office and in no case will be given to the student or a third party.
The Office of Graduate Admissions has the authority to approve or deny admission and approve credit transfers. Commitments either expressed or implicit (verbal or written) from any other source are not official and will not be honored.
Residents of Arkansas, Kansas and Minnesota:
UMass Lowell is not accepting applications or registrations for online courses, degrees or certificate programs from residents of Arkansas, Kansas and Minnesota. Due to legislative changes the the university is not seeking state authorization to offer online program 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.