In response to COVID-19 and guidance from the state and national leadership, UMBC’s physical campus is currently closed (see the latest information on the university’s response) and all in-person events, tours, and visits are cancelled for the remainder of the semester.
While the physical campus has closed, our teams are still here to support you in your college search and application process. We know how important it is for you to get to know our campus and our community, and we’ve got ways to help you do that, from videos and photos to online presentations from our admissions team.
Currently, all in-person events and tours are suspended for the remainder of the spring semester. Should our schedules and plans change, we will provide updates here.
We are currently working to curate and provide a range of online events and points of connection for you. We will post updates here as we have them.
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Through videos, photos, and even Google maps, you can get a great sense of life at UMBC without even setting foot on campus. We’ve curated a number of options for you below, but feel free to check out our YouTube, Flickr, and Instagram accounts to find even more.
Each year, UMBC offers tons of events and activities for our students. Get a sneak peek at what’s in store for you when you’re a UMBC student.
Wondering what it means to be a Retriever? This video sums it up perfectly, all while giving you a sense for some of our campus spaces, from the library to the lab and Academic Row to the basketball court.
From sunrise to sunset, UMBC hums with activity. Students shift from class, research and creative endeavors to sporting events, festivals and concerts. This time-lapse video, which captures our lively campus from dawn until well after dusk, was created entirely by Tolu Omokehinde, a Meyerhoff Scholar and Biochemistry major with a passion for time lapse photography.
One of our favorite sections from the UMBC Magazine is Dawg's Eye View. So we wondered, what would a dog's eye view actually look like? See what happened when True Grit and our friend Oyster took to the streets of UMBC!
UMBC’s Flickr account is full of great photos from across campus. You can explore our indoor and outdoor spaces; get a glimpse at our students, faculty and staff at work; and get a sense for the kinds of activities and events we offer.
We know it’s not quite the same as a real visit to campus, but Google Maps can give you a glimpse into the lay of the land here at UMBC.