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.
Join UMBC faculty, staff, and students as we welcome you to campus! You will have the opportunity to learn more about the college admissions and financial aid process, hear from current students and faculty, explore campus, and begin to understand what it means to be a Retriever!
Saturday, March 28, 2020
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
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.
Interested in majoring in dance, music, or theatre? Come take a student-guided tour of our Performing Arts and Humanities Building with its Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall, hailed by Frank Bruni in the New York Times as a, “stunning music hall with sumptuous acoustics,” its Proscenium Theatre, "of eye-popping technical sophistication," and its 3500-square-foot Dance Cube, featuring two glass walls with a view of Baltimore, a basket-weave sprung floor, and fully equipped with state-of-the-art lighting and AV systems.
Interested in majoring in visual arts (animation, art history & museum studies, cinematic arts, graphic design, intermedia, photography, or print media)? Come take a student-guided tour of the many available resources including photo and film/video cages in the Cinematic Arts & Animation Production Center, the input/output bureau, print media and open studios, and the new transmedia technologies and transdisciplinary learning at work in our Imaging Research Center.