The following resources are available to assist newly admitted students:
Use this website to determine the next steps in securing your admission to UMD.
As you confirm your enrollment, you can view answers to commonly asked questions about your admissions decision here.
UMD does not have a pre-medicine major but does offer specialized advising for such students via the Reed-Yorke Health Professions Advising Office. The office only meets with admitted UMD students or alumni, but prospective transfer students may find information on their websites helpful.
Information about law school and academic requirements
Information about employment, co-curricular opportunities, and internships
UMD identifies studying abroad as an important component of undergraduate education. Transfer students are encouraged to take part either prior to enrolling at UMD or after.
The Transfer Academic Excellence Scholarship is the most prestigious merit scholarship we offer to transfer students. It covers full tuition for four consecutive semesters and is specifically for students who have studied at a Maryland community college.
Information about scholarships, FAFSA, loans and grants.
The Office of Extended Studies (OES) at UMD offers summer and winter courses to community college students.
Information about international transcript evaluation, TOEFL.
Information about off-campus housing options, housing database, and assistance finding roommates.
Information about on campus housing options.
Information about the Veterans Certification Office.
Information about Veteran resources for admitted students.