If you can’t wait to see 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!
Start here to begin your journey to becoming a Retriever. And if you have questions along the way, we invite you to contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at any time at 410-455-2292. We look forward to hearing from you!
We can’t wait for you to visit UMBC. And when you do, we want you to be prepared so you can really enjoy yourself. So, here’s everything you’ll need for your visit. Questions? Contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office.
Bus parking will be available in the Technology Research Center (Lot 25) with advance reservations. Individual cars may use metered spaces throughout campus.
A campus map is available to assist you in finding these lots at our UMBC site.
Please contact Parking Services to request parking in the Technology Research Center (Lot 25). They can be reached at email@example.com. State "Group Visit" for the subject and include date of visit, number and type of vehicle(s) (bus, van, car) and contact name with a phone number. All requests should be submitted at least one week before the visit. A confirmation e-mail will be sent.
Information regarding nearby hotels is available at: Accommodations near UMBC.
Visitors enjoy a variety of choices in The Commons. The Market Street food court offers a wide range of choices. You may also dine with students at the Campus Dining Hall on an all-you-can-eat, fixed-price basis.
Please note that during summer, winter and when classes are not in session, the Market Street food court has limited hours of operation. For more detailed information, please visit http://about.umbc.edu/visitors-guide/where-to-eat/.
University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) combines the emphasis on teaching found at the best liberal arts colleges with the innovation of a research university. You’ll find students—inspired by and often working alongside faculty who are leaders in their fields—thinking about the hard questions of society, science and creative expression, and then moving beyond the classroom to make a difference.
See the Full Self Guided Tour [http://www.umbc.edu/undergraduate/visit/selftour.html]
Before you leave check out the great deals on UMBC gear at the UMBC Bookstore, located in the Commons building and the RAC Pro Shop, located in the front lobby of the Retriever Activities Center.
If you are planning to be in the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area for more than a few hours, you might find the following websites helpful:
For more information about attractions in and around Baltimore, visit the Baltimore Collegetown Network.
If after visiting campus your group has individual students who are interested in learning more, please contact an undergraduate admissions representative. UMBC offers a variety of majors and certificates spanning the arts, engineering and information technology, humanities, sciences and pre-professional studies, and social sciences. To learn more about our academic programs, visit the Undergraduate Catalog.
To help get your visit off to a good start please be sure to: