Your UMass Dartmouth education is an investment in your future. We can help you finance your education through a variety of programs—from grants and scholarships to loans and student employment.
All students must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year to receive financial aid. If this is your first time applying for aid, you may want to calculate your estimated cost of attendance with our net price calculator.
Learn more about Financial Aid
Applying for Aid
Information about applying for aid, your eligibility, and FAFSA.
Repeated coursework policy, satisfactory academic progress, withdrawal process, and verification policy.
Learn more about available grant programs.
Micro-scholarships through RaiseMe
UMass Dartmouth has partnered with RaiseMe so you can begin to earn scholarships as early as your freshman year of high school. These scholarship funds can be applied to your UMassD tuition and fees.
Help finance your education with work-study and non-work study opportunities.
Bursar's Office: Learn more about UMassD's payment plan.