UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.
As part of the university’s green initiative, all student bills are electronic.
Undergraduate tuition and fee charges are based on full-time status (12 or more credits).
Graduate and Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies tuition and fees are based on actual course enrollment.
Financial aid disbursements are made directly to the student’s account (except in the case of student employment).
Students whose financial aid is in excess of their student invoice by $50 or more will be issued a book voucher.
Refunds from excess financial aid or from an overpayment can be direct deposited into your designated bank.
Consider the advantages to signing up:
Sign up today by logging into SiS student center and selecting the Enroll in Direct Deposit link. For more information regarding direct deposit, visit Refunds.
A tuition credit waiver form is required for each academic semester attended and must be submitted prior to or during the semester to which the tuition credit will be applied. Retroactive tuition credit waivers will not be honored.
The following fees are mandatory:
Student Activity Fee
The Student Activity Fee supports programs and activities from recognized student organizations that are beneficial to students and enrich current campus student life, including arts, athletics, clubs and recreation and other student-focused programs.
The Technology Fee supports the technology infrastructure and educational environment necessary to meet the technological demands of the UMass Lowell community.
The following fees are assessed on an individual basis:
The following fees are assessed on an individual basis and may be waived:
Student Health Insurance
Massachusetts state law requires that all students be enrolled in a student health insurance program that meets the comparable benefits established by the state of Massachusetts. You may waive coverage if you have this coverage under a comparable benefit plan.
The Massachusetts Student Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG) is a statewide, student-directed, student-funded, nonpartisan advocacy organization working on environmental, consumer, higher education, voter registration, and hunger and homelessness issues. MASSPIRG student chapters across the state pool resources through a waivable fee each semester and hire professional staff to work with students on these issues. UMass Lowell students have voted to fund a MASSPIRG chapter on campus. Therefore, all students are assessed the $11 waivable charge each semester. Volunteer, leadership, and internship opportunities are available for students on campus.
For more information visit the MASSPIRG website.