UMass Dartmouth provides electronic bills.
Students receive an email to their UMass Dartmouth email account notifying them that an invoice has been generated. Invoices are sent electronically early in July for fall semester and are due by mid August. Bills for the spring semester are also sent electronically early in December and are due by mid-January. Specific due dates are printed on the invoice.
To view your eBill: Log into the COIN student information system via the myUMassD portal at https://my.umassd.edu
Payment must be received by the due date indicated on your eBill.
Failure to meet the due date will result in the assessment of a $50 late fee. Students are expected to keep their accounts current and to pay their financial obligations to the university. Students may not attend classes until all charges have been paid or vouchered for. Should you fall into certain financial difficulties, please call the University Enrollment Center at 508.999.8857 to inquire about other financial aid or payment plan options. In appropriate circumstances, the Bursar's Office may impose various restrictions in order to enforce payment of an obligation, including withholding of official transcripts and diploma.
If you are expecting financial aid funds, and your award does not appear on your eBill, please review your "TO DO" list on the COIN web site to check for any outstanding items that may be required, accessed at myUMassd.edu
If you have questions after you have reviewed COIN, please contact :
Effective December 1, 2015, UMass Dartmouth will no longer accept credit card payments on campus for the charges represented on all invoices. Online payments will still be available through COIN self-service but will be directed to Tuition Management Systems (TMS), the University contracted vendor. Two payment options will be available:
- eCheck (electronic check) with no additional fees
- credit cards which will have a convenience fee added to the payment amount.
There will still be a 24 hour delay in the posting of online payments and they will be posted to the current billing term.
Tuition Management System (TMS)
Tuition Management Systems enables students to spread payments over 10 monthly payments. The only cost for the plan is an annual enrollment fee.
Students enrolled with Tuition Management Systems (TMS) should have half of the total contract deducted from the balance due. You should remit the difference, if any, by the due date indicated on your eBill. Enroll online at www.afford.com/umassd or call 888.713.7238.
How are tuition and fees calculated?
Undergraduate tuition and fees are based on an assumption of full-time status (12 or more credits). If you are taking fewer than 12 credits, the charges can be prorated. Please contact the University Enrollment Center for the correct charges.Graduate and non-degree tuition and fees are based on actual course registration.
Student health insurance
All students should either enroll in or waive the insurance by the due date indicated on the student invoice. All students who have not either enrolled in or waived the university health insurance plan by the due date of the bill will have a registration hold placed on their accounts.
If you have successfully completed the online waiver of the insurance, deduct the insurance charge from the total due if that charge appears on your invoice.
If you have any questions about the insurance coverage offered, please contact Health Services: 508.999.8982.
The following fees (A-E) are mandatory and are listed on your invoice. These fees are refundable only upon official withdrawal from UMass Dartmouth prior to the start of classes for the semester.
A. Athletics fee: supports the men's and women's athletic programs, intramurals, athletic facilities, and the Fitness Center.
B. Student fee: supports all student groups, student publications, the student radio station, and various other student-related activities.
C. Health fee: supports the Health Office whose services are available to all students.
D. Campus Center fee: funds operational aspects of the Campus Center.
E. Curriculum Support fee: supports the instructional programs of the university and provides general academic support for all curricular programs.
F. Technology Fee: This fee supports the technology infrastructure and educational environmentnecessary to meet the technological demands of the UMass Dartmouth community.
The following additional fees are either optional or assessed on an individual basis:
MassPirg Fee: Please note that this waivable fee does not reflect the University of Massachusetts Trustees endorsement. Students who do not wish to be charged this fee must complete the online waiver process in COIN using the waivable fees link on the Student Center page
International Student Fee: This fee is to support the infrastructure required to maintain University compliance requirements for the admission, enrollment, and retention of international students.
The program and course-specific fees listed below cover costs directly associated with the delivery of instruction:
- Engineering equipment fee
- Nursing instructional fee
- Charlton College of Business fee
- CVPA Specialized Course Support fee
- College of Arts and Sciences – Level I Program fee
- College of Arts and Sciences - Level I Program fee - EDU
- College of Arts and Sciences – Level II Program fee
- School of Marine Science and Technology Program fee
- School of Education, Public Policy and Civic Engagement fee
- Applied music course fee
- Nursing Exam Preparation fee
- Student Teaching Practicum Fee
Orientation fee: New freshmen, new transfer students, and new international students for the fall semester are assessed a fee that supports the orientation program.
Semester Transcript Fee: Charged each semester to non-degree students who enroll in courses.
Transcript fee: This one-time fee (if it appears on your invoice) provides lifetime transcripts at no charge.
Graduation fee: All seniors are assessed this fee.
Alumni fee: This fee provides you with a one-year membership in the Alumni Association. Any senior not wishing to participate in the association may apply for a $20 refund or charge adjustment at the University Enrollment Center.
You must contact us about any special circumstances that might affect the full payment of your invoice. Only students who have been cleared either through direct payments, TMS contracts, third-party agencies, or financial aid awards will be allowed to participate in the add/drop process.
If you have any questions regarding the eBill, please contact:
- University Enrollment Center: 508.999.8857 or 508.999.8866
- Bursar's Office: 508.999.8832
Or visit the University Enrollment Center, Administration Building, first floor:
- Monday: 8am - 7pm
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 8am - 5pm