In response to the unprecedented nature of the Spring and Summer 2020 terms, Academic Standing policy has been amended as follows:
If you had a warning for fall 2019 and you did poorly in spring 2020, you are okay, but if you do poorly again in fall 2020 (or summer and fall 2020) then you may be suspended.
If you had a warning for fall 2019 and you did well in spring 2020, you may no longer be on warning for fall 2020.
If you had a warning for fall 2019, did poorly in spring 2020 but then did well in fall 2020 (or summer and fall 2020) then you may no longer be on warning for spring 2021.
Cumulative GPA for fall 2020 will be determined by your cumulative GPA at the end of fall 2019 and then factoring in your fall 2020 courses. Letter grades for spring and summer of 2020 will count towards cumulative GPA but F's and Pass/No Credit elections will not.
For more information, visit UML's course catalog:
Graduates will normally get their free paper diploma in the mail 4-6 weeks after conferral date (sometime in June). The Registrar’s Office has implemented and built along with the help of Web Services the digitally secured Certified Electronic Diploma. There is a $15.95 cost to download the secure certified electronic diplomas.
For more information or to download your CeDiploma, visit https://www.uml.edu/Registrar/cediploma/.
UMass Lowell Summer Session I begins May 18. Session II begins July 6.
The deadline for requesting a Pass/No Credit designation for a Spring 2020 course was Friday, May 15 at 5 pm.
More information on the Pass/No Credit option:
More information about Academic Policy:
Health Services is supporting the health and wellbeing of our students using remote platforms.
Counseling Services is offering individual counseling services through telehealth (via phone or video using Skype for Business) for all enrolled, eligible UMass Lowell students who are currently residing in Massachusetts or New Hampshire.