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The following is a list of scholarships available to undergraduate students who are transferring to UMass Lowell for the first time from other institutions.
We are proud to award the UMass Lowell Transfer Scholarships, our in-state scholarship, to a select number of our most academically-qualified admitted transfer students from within the state of Massachusetts.
UMass Lowell offers the Legacy Scholarship to children and/or grandchildren of UMass Lowell graduates who live out of state. UMass Lowell offers this opportunity because we believe it is important to celebrate the past accomplishments to build the future for the next generation of RiverHawks!
UMass Lowell offers a variety of scholarships to our full-time, out of state and international transfer applicants of exceptional merit.
In addition to the tuition discount program, UMass Lowell offers a variety of scholarships to our full-time, first-time, New England Regional and Southern New Hampshire proximity eligible applicants of exceptional merit.
This scholarship is available to a limited number of full-time transfer students who are active members in PTK.
UMass Lowell proudly offers Mass. community college students who have earned an associate’s degree in an approved program with a 3.0 or better GPA an in-state tuition credit when they transfer to UMass Lowell.
Award: A portion of in-state day school tuition, currently equivalent to $1,454 for full time students/pro-rated for part-time students.
Please Note: The scholarships listed on this page are not available to students enrolled in The Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies (GPS) and do not apply to GPS courses. Students who have already received a bachelor's degree are not eligible. UML scholarship programs are subject to change from year to year depending on funding levels, quality of applicant pool and University priorities.