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Prospective Students

Prospective Undergraduates
Undergraduate Admissions
What does it mean to be an honors university?
How can I visit the campus?
Where can I find an online catalog?
What is the application process and timeline?
How do I apply?
Where can I find information for transfer students?
What are the admissions requirements?
What majors are available?
Do you offer programs and courses online?
How much does it cost to attend?
What types of financial aid and scholarships are available?
Where can I find information about living on campus?
What research opportunities are available?
What internship or co-op opportunities are available?
What clubs or social activities does UMBC offer?
What percentage of freshmen live on campus?
How can I find a job on campus while enrolled in classes?
Where do UMBC students go to work and graduate school?
Where can I find information on services for veterans?

For more information, visit www.umbc.edu/undergraduate, e-mail admissions@umbc.edu or call 410-455-2291 or 1-800-UMBC-4U2.

For more information about the in-state tuition policy for BRAC, contact Ramal Jenkins at rjenki1@umbc.edu or 410-455-6294, or visit http://www.umbc.edu/registrar/residency_faqs.html.

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Prospective Graduate Students
Graduate School
What graduate programs are available?
What are my choices in enrolling in graduate courses?
Where can I find an online catalog?
How can I contact a graduate program director?
What are the entrance requirements?
How do I apply?
What are the application deadlines?
Where can I find information for international students?
How much does it cost to attend?
How can I pay for my graduate education?
What research opportunities and resources are available?
What clubs or social activities does UMBC offer for graduate students?
What housing options are available?
What steps do I need to complete once I've been admitted?
Where can I find information on services for veterans?

How can I check on the status of my application?
Please contact the office of the graduate program to which you have applied.
What internship or coop opportunities are available?
Please contact the office of the graduate program to which you have applied.
For more information, visit www.umbc.edu/gradschool, e-mail umbcgrad@umbc.edu or call 410-455-2537.

For more information about the in-state tuition policy for BRAC, contact Ramal Jenkins at rjenki1@umbc.edu or 410-455-6294, or visit http://www.umbc.edu/registrar/residency_faqs.html.

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Prospective Division of Professional Studies/Training
Division of Professional Studies
What programs are available?
Do you offer programs and courses online?
Do you offer contract training or customized professional programs? Who should I contact?
Where can I find information on services for veterans?

For more information, visit www.umbc.edu/dps, e-mail dps@umbc.edu or call 410-455-2336.

For more information about the in-state tuition policy for BRAC, contact Ramal Jenkins at rjenki1@umbc.edu or 410-455-6294, or visit http://www.umbc.edu/registrar/residency_faqs.html.

Prospective Training Students
UMBC Training Centers
What programs are available?
Do you offer courses online?
What types of training do you offer to organizations?
How do I register?

For more information, visit www.umbc.edu/trainctr, e-mail info@umbctrainingcenters.com or call 443-543-5400.

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