Why is it called ZooMass?

Why is it called ZooMass?

Why is it called ZooMass?

Some time ago, the University of Massachusetts Amherst earned the nickname “ZooMass Slamherst” for excessive partying. UMass Police Community Outreach Officer Brian Kellogg said that when he first started working here in January 2001, all units had to be available Thursday night through Saturday night.

How do I get financial aid from UMass Amherst?

Any of the following circumstances may result in the granting of additional financial aid:Loss of income through unemployment or underemployment for eight weeks or longer.Divorce or separation after filing the FAFSA form.Death of spouse or parent.Unusual expenses related to special education needs of siblings.

What is the tuition at Umass Amherst?

In-state tuition 16,389 USD, Out-of-state tuition 35,710 USD (2019 – 20)

Does Umass Boston give merit scholarships?

The Scholarships are merit-based and are awarded to different categories of students. Please review the Scholarship description and the eligibility requirements carefully. You may apply for more than one Scholarship with a single application. To be eligible, you need to be enrolled full time in Fall 2019 semester.

Does Umass Lowell require CSS profile?

You must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to qualify for financial aid. The College Board CSS Profile is not required. Admitted students who have filed the FAFSA by the March 1 priority deadline should receive notification of any award in late March.

What is the application deadline for UMass Lowell?

The University of Massachusetts Lowell has an Early Action Deadline of Nov. 1 for freshmen applicants for the fall semester. The regular decision deadline for freshmen applicants for the fall semester is Feb. 1.

When should I hear back from UMass Lowell?

All decision letters will be sent out mid-March. Can I come in for an interview? The UMass Lowell Admissions Office does not conduct evaluative interviews as part of the application process.

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