Billing and Payment

Billing

Log in to SIS to pay and view your bill online. Your bill will not be sent to you in the mail. Your UMass Lowell email will receive a notification when a new invoice is generated. For more information, visit the UMass Lowell Solution Center.

Payment Options

Online

  • E-Checks: Online payment can be made using e-checks for no fee.
  • Credit and Debit Cards: Pay with MasterCard, VISA, Discover or American Express with a 2.5% fee assessed on each credit or debit card transaction.
  • Payment Plan: There are no interest charges associated with payment plans.
  • International Students: Pay in your native currency. Your bank may charge a service fee, but UMass Lowell does not.

Mail

  • Checks: Please make checks payable to the "University of Massachusetts Lowell." Checks, money orders or bank checks can be dropped off at The Solution Center in University Crossing or mailed to:
    • University of Massachusetts Lowell
      Student Financial Services Office
      220 Pawtucket Street, Suite M30
      Lowell, MA 01854-5110

Please note: UMass Lowell does not accept cash to pay student tuition, fees, room or meal plan charges.

Billing and Payment Policies

You can have refunds from UMass Lowell deposited directly into your bank account. Please see refunds for more information.

All students using company direct payment, military plans, state tuition credits/waivers, or veterans' credits/waivers must mail original authorization forms to:

University of Massachusetts Lowell
Student Financial Services Office
220 Pawtucket Street, Suite M30
Lowell, MA 01854-5110

Please see our tuition reimbursement process and check with your human resources department to learn if company tuition reimbursement is an option for you.

You must settle your financial obligations to the university to attend class and utilize campus facilities. Additionally, transcripts and diplomas will not be released until debts are paid.

UMass Lowell uses the services of collection agencies authorized under the Commonwealth's Master Service Agreement. Students with a prior balance who are not enrolled for the current semester and are referred to a collection agency are liable for collection fees.