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Undergraduate Admissions Upcoming Events

If you really want to know what awaits you at UMBC, nothing will prepare you better than a campus visit. UMBC offers a number of ways for prospective students to connect with UMBC faculty, students and admissions counselors. We look forward to seeing you on campus!

Registration is required for all events. Prior to the visit, registered guests will receive an email with directions to campus and parking information. To see a calendar of upcoming events, click here.


Saturday Retriever Day

Saturday, September 23
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Prospective students and their family members are encouraged to attend a Fall Visit Day program. This open house program enables students to learn about admission, financial aid and scholarship, residential life, the Honors College, student activities, and more. Opportunities to speak with faculty and go on a student-guided tour are also provided. This program is open to both prospective freshmen and transfer students.

Retriever Days

Friday, October 13
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Monday, November 6
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Prospective students and their family members are encouraged to attend a Fall Visit Day program. This open house program enables students to learn about admission, financial aid and scholarship, residential life, the Honors College, student activities, and more. Opportunities to speak with faculty and go on a student-guided tour are also provided. This program is open to both prospective freshmen and transfer students.


Transfer Open House

Friday, November 17
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UMBC's Transfer Open House will include opportunities for prospective transfer students and their families to attend academic workshops, learn about transfer guidelines, and tour the campus. The program will also include a light lunch and conversation with UMBC faculty, staff, and students.


Black and Gold Tours

Register to find the tour that best fits your schedule.

Only have a couple of hours to check out the campus? Tours and information sessions are offered most weekdays and many Saturdays. Along with a student-led walking tour, an admissions counselor will give you details about admissions requirements, scholarships, academic programs, and more.