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See dates and times for live chats hosted by Admissions representatives to answer your questions. This is an opportunity to learn about the university, academic programs, admissions criteria, housing, financial aid, and more.

 

Interactive virtual tour

Virtual tour

Visit us virtually: There’s nothing like being on campus. But, for now, take a virtual tour of UMass Dartmouth, check out our videos, and find answers to your frequently asked questions, below.

Opening fall 2020

Imagine yourself here. Join a tour of our new living spaces for first-year students. Hard hats and dusty boots today—state-of-the-art student residences tomorrow.

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Interactive map

Tour campus virtually via our interactive map. You can filter by building type (academic, administrative, athletic, dining, and residence hall) and find campus parking.

FAQs

For parents

Contact the Office of Admissions, and we will connect you with an available counselor or staff member:

No. As of now, this does not change our plans for any decisions coming from UMass Dartmouth.

Campus tours for prospective students and families will be offered in person throughout the week and on weekends. Tour registrations are capped according to current CDC requirements. Dates and times may be found on our Visit page: Register for a tour.

As space is limited, please only register if you are 100% sure that you will be able to attend a tour. If you are not feeling well the day of the tour, please stay home.

At this time, we do not expect Orientation dates to be affected.

UMass Dartmouth has cancelled travel for the foreseeable future.

If you are concerned about visiting or unable to visit at this time, you can watch our virtual tour or contact an admissions counselor with any questions you have.

 

For admitted students

No. As of now, this does not change our plans for any decisions coming from UMass Dartmouth.

At this time, the enrollment deposit deadline is May 1.

Yes, UMass Dartmouth offices continue to be open remotely. We encourage you to contact respective offices via email with any questions or concerns.

In response to the on-going COVID-19 coronavirus situation and for the safety of student-athletes, the UMass Dartmouth Department of Athletics has canceled all intercollegiate activities for the 2020 spring season.

We will be flexible and work closely with students and institutions to ensure we have the documents we need without creating additional stress.

We can accept unofficial transcripts to make preliminary decisions. Enrollment at UMass Dartmouth is contingent upon receipt of a final official transcript.

For prospective students

If you are concerned about visiting or unable to visit at this time, you can watch our virtual tour or contact us with any questions you have.

Additionally, we have begun planning a variety of new opportunities to connect virtually. Keep checking this page for updates.

Yes. All admissions functions, with the exception of large-scale admissions events, are continuing and being accomplished remotely.

In response to the on-going COVID-19 coronavirus situation and for the safety of student-athletes, the UMass Dartmouth Department of Athletics has canceled all intercollegiate activities for the 2020 spring season.

For international students

UMass Dartmouth will begin to process I-20 documents after the student has paid their enrollment deposit and has submitted all of the required financial documentation. Students can expect their I-20 to be delivered to their address approximately three weeks after the I-20 has been issued.

UMass Dartmouth continues to welcome students from around the world. We are closely monitoring the situation and will adhere to any decisions made by the U.S. government.

Yes, you can defer your admission for up to one year by submitting an enrollment deposit.

If you do not attend another university during that time, your admission and scholarship award should remain the same. Should you enroll in another university during that time, you will have to reapply as a transfer student.

We will be flexible and work closely with students and institutions to ensure we have the documents we need without creating additional stress.

We can accept unofficial transcripts to make preliminary decisions. Enrollment at UMass Dartmouth is contingent upon receipt of a final official transcript.

For transfer students

We can accept unofficial transcripts to make preliminary decisions. Enrollment at UMass Dartmouth is contingent upon receipt of a final official transcript.

Simply log in to your account at that college, and take a screenshot or print your courses.  Be sure the credit hours and final grades are included.

Then email the documents to us at: admissions@umassd.edu

 

We will be flexible and work closely with students and institutions to ensure we have the documents we need without creating additional stress.

We offer On-The-Spot Decision Days throughout the academic year on select Fridays. Appointments are required. For more information: Transfer Events

For counselors

Unfortunately, UMass Dartmouth will not be able to attend college fairs and has suspended non-essential travel for the time being.

UMass Dartmouth continues to complete and process applications. We encourage you to reach out to the Admissions Office if you have any questions:

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