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UMass Dartmouth 2019 Financial Aid & Costs

University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

North Dartmouth, MA

Students pay less for college with FRANK:

 

$25,410

Cost of Attendance

$15,246

Potential Cost

Students pay less for college with FRANK:

$25,410

Cost of Attendance

$15,246

Potential Cost

How FRANK can help you

afford University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

How FRANK can help you afford University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

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Everything you need to know

about University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

Everything you need to know about University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

  • 4 Years

    Years

  • Public

    Public

  • Suburban

    Suburban

  • Medium

    Medium

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Public
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Looking for a good option to pursue your educational dreams in North Dartmouth, MA? UMass Dartmouth has you covered. With all the things you’d find in the New England region of the United States, you’ll surely be satisfied along with the 6,758 other undergraduates that attend this school. 72% of entering students are first-time, full-time students. This means this school may be a good fit for students of a variety of educational backrounds (both traditional and non-traditional).

Funding your future

Costs & financial aid at University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

The full cost of attendance at University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth is $25,410. To help pay for it:

Apply for Financial Aid

That’s how many students filled out their FAFSA® last year.

Got a Pell Grant

Want free money? This is the percentage of students here that got some with Pell Grants.

Get a Federal Loan

The loans you get from the government can have super low interest rates — which makes them very different than private loans.

Did that big “Cost of Attendance” number up top catch you off guard? That’s because it includes things like room and board and textbooks. All of which you can pay for with financial aid.

What you need to know

When you apply to University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

Quick Fact #1quick fact #1Interested in how competitive it is here? The admission rate is 76%.
Quick Fact #2quick fact #2Applications are not open year round. Check this school’s website for specific admissions deadlines.
Quick Fact #3quick fact #3This school requires test scores, like the SAT and ACT, for freshman admission. Be sure to have proof of ’em!
Fun Fact #1fun fact #1Get your test scores ready because this four-year school does require ’em (but they don’t need to be super-duper top marks). Oh and if you’re a transfer student, a lot of students like you select this school, so you won’t be alone!
Fun Fact #2fun fact #2If you’re interested, this school says that 88% of its students are full-time undergrads and 12% are part-time undergrads.
Fun Fact #3fun fact #3Is the average age of the student here a factor in your consideration of this school? We gotchu — it’s 21.

Graduation Outcomes

Your future by the numbers

$57,029

Average Salary After Attending

 

$25,000

Average Federal Student Loan Debt

 

$266

Typical Monthly Loan Payment

 

Need money for University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth?

The first step in funding your future is filing your FAFSA®. Have you done it? If not, we don’t blame ya — it can be tough. But we’re here to help!

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