Fox Hall University Dining reopened fall 2012 after extensive renovations that include themed food stations and seating for 650
The Registrar’s Office is responsible for ensuring security, maintenance, integrity, and adherence to UMass Lowell policies, accreditations, and federal standards relative to all facets of students’ academic records [includes data entry, system maintenance, security, etc.] The goal of the UMass Lowell Registrar’s Office is to keep accurate student records and provide timely, efficient, and courteous service to students, faculty, staff, alumnae/alumni and other who may request services from the Registrar’s Office. The responsibilities and duties of the Registrar’s Office are organized around three key areas: 1. the maintenance of students’ academic records; 2. the coordination of registration and scheduling of classes; and 3. the support of students’ academic progress.
UMass Lowell does not mail grades. You may choose to grant your parents access to view your grades through iSiS USHARE.
FERPA stands for Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (sometimes called the Buckley Amendment). Passed by Congress in 1974, the Act grants four specific rights to a college or university student: 1.) the right to see the education records that the institution maintains on the student; 2.) the right to seek amendment to those records and in certain cases append a statement to the record; 3.) the right to consent to disclosure of his/her education records; and 4.) the right to file a complaint with the FERPA Office in Washington, D.C. For additional information see the U.S Department of Education Family Policy and Compliance Office.
Students can update some information in their self-service account. For example, students may update their preferred name, degree name, address, telephone number, personal email address. However, if students are changing their primary legal name, a Student information Change Form must be submitted with legal documentation demonstrating the change.
Students should submit an Official Withdrawal Form to the Registrar’s Office.
Yes, a student wishing to earn credits at another institution must obtain permission from the Department Chair of his or her major in advance of taking courses from another institution. Students may review the Transfer Dictionary to determine if the course has already been reviewed by the respective academic department. If the course has not been previously reviewed, a course description may be required. The Authorization for Off-Campus Courses must be filled out prior to taking the course and approved by the Department Chair. Please also refer to the Residency Requirement in the catalog.
If a class is full, you may place yourself on the waitlist. This is included in the video tutorial of Adding a class.
Student can request a transcript or enrollment verification through their iSiS self-service for next business day processing. Students may also submit the Transcript Request Form or a verification form via fax at 978-934-4076 or scanned to Registrar@uml.edu. Students may also come into the Registrar’s Office in person with a photo ID and one will be provided on the spot.
You can send an email to: Registrar@uml.edu or call 978-934-2550. The Registrar’s office is located on the South Campus in Dugan Hall Room 101.
The official Academic Calendar is located on the Registrar's website.