Submit Your Application

Fall 2024 daytime, on-campus applicants, please use:

If you prefer to mail a hard copy, you can print and mail this UMass Lowell application (pdf).

Completed Application Package

In addition to an application for adaytime, on-campus program, your completed application package will include:

  • The non-refundable application fee or fee waiver
  • Official Academic Record(s)
    • If you have not yet successfully completed 24 credits of college coursework, you must submit:
      • An official high school transcript. If you have not completed high school, you must submit a copy of the G.E.D. and school transcripts of all high school course work attempted. A high school transcript may be requested of any applicant.
      • A score from the SAT or ACT is not required, but may be submitted.

    • If you have attended a U.S. college/university, you must submit:
      • Official college transcripts, from all colleges attended, sent directly from the Registrar’s office to UMass Lowell.
      • Courses shown as transfer credit on another school's transcript will not be considered official. All official transcripts from each school must be submitted by the school for appropriate evaluation.
      • A list of all courses not shown on transcripts. Use the space designed for this on the application.

    • If you have attended an international college, you are also required to submit the following materials:
      • If English is not your first language and/or the language of instruction at your prior institution was not English, official results from an English language equivalency exam (TOEFL, IELTS, Pearson Test of English, ASC English or Duolingo) are required.
      • Students who have completed the equivalent of UMass Lowell College Writing I and College Writing II with a C- or better need not submit English language exam results.
      • All transcripts from international institutions must be evaluated course-by-course by World Education Services (WES).
        NOTE: UMass Lowell requires TWO transcripts, one official transcript, and one evaluated by World Education Services.
      • Course descriptions are required for all of your international undergraduate coursework. All course descriptions in languages other than English must be translated by a professional agency and notarized.
      • Additional information for international applicants can be found on the International Applicants website.
      • Information for admitted international students (i.e. visa information) can be found on the International Students and Scholars Office website.
  • Mid-Semester Grades
  • Transfer College Report TCReport
    • The Transfer College Report is a student conduct records form that prior institution(s) will send to Undergraduate Admissions. This document must be completed by a college official who is responsible for maintaining student disciplinary records and will indicate whether or not there have been any disciplinary infractions at your college or university. Clicking on the Transfer College Report will bring you to an e-document that will allow you to send the form directly to this college official.
    • A Transfer College Report must be completed for all domestic four-year residential colleges or universities you have attended in the last 10 years, prior to attending a community college.
    • Exceptions for the Transfer College Report requirement include:
      • Second-degree seeking students, non-matriculated coursework students (including dual enrollment), and institutions a student attended more than 10 years ago.
    • The Undergraduate Admissions Office may use discretion to require additional Transfer College Reports for transfer applicants.
  • Special Notes for Specific Degree Programs:
    • Nursing Transfer Program: The fall 2024 application closed on May 1, 2024. The application for fall 2025 will open on Aug. 1, 2024. Enrollment for this program is extremely limited, and applicants must meet all requirements outlined on the nursing transfer program page in order to apply. No exceptions will be made. Applicants will not be admitted to any alternate majors.

Application Materials

Application materials may be emailed to: or mailed to:

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
University Crossing, Suite 420
220 Pawtucket St.
Lowell, MA 01854-2874

Application Deadlines

  • Fall semester: Aug. 15 (this deadline is a priority deadline; we will consider completed applications after this date). July 25 for International Transfer Applicants.
  • Spring semester: Jan. 7 (this includes the application itself and all transcripts and other supporting documentation). Dec. 12 for International Transfer Applicants.

Re-Admission to UMass Lowell

If you have previously been enrolled at UMass Lowell, you are considered a re-admit student. Download an application for re-admission. Questions should be directed to the Solution Center by email: