Applying to any university is a process – one that we try to make as painless as possible. UMass Global welcomes students from all backgrounds and experience levels, offering flexible programs designed for working adults.
In order to have a strong start, we recommend that you submit your application and all required documents at least two weeks before the session start date. This ensures that there is enough time to order your transcripts and partner with UMass Global to create an academic plan and understand how to pay for school.
|Session||Application Due||Session Start|
|Summer 2 - 2022||June 13||June 27|
|Fall 1- 2022||August 15||August 29|
|Fall 2 - 2022||October 10||October 24|
|Spring 1 - 2023||December 26||January 9|
|Spring 2 - 2023||February 20||March 6
|Summer 1 - 2023||April 17||May 1
Students Just Like You.
Every year more than 13,000 students like you have found the ideal path for completing their educational goals: University of Massachusetts Global.
We specialize in serving non-traditional students and pride ourselves on our military-friendly heritage.
Applying to UMass Global
Select one of the choices below that best fits your circumstances to learn more about admissions requirements, the application process and how to order transcripts. If you require special accommodations to complete the admission process, please register with the Office of Accessible Education and Counseling Services.
Interested in an associate or bachelor’s degree program? Review the requirements for your specific program, fill out the online admissions application, and request and submit your transcripts.
Applying for a master's or doctoral degree program? Research the requirements for your specific program, fill out the graduate admissions application (online), and request/order your transcripts.
For international students traveling to the U.S. to attend classes at the university, UMass Global accepts applications and the visa types listed below. For international students planning to attend the ONLINE campus, ALL VISA types are eligible for admissions.