The University of Maryland is a public research university, the flagship campus of the University System of Maryland, and the original 1862 land-grant institution in the State. It is one of 63 members of the Association of American Universities, an organization composed of the leading research universities in the United States and Canada.
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Driven by the pursuit of excellence, the University of Maryland has enjoyed a remarkable rise in accomplishment and reputation over the past two decades. By any measure, Maryland is now one of the nation's preeminent public research universities and on a path to become one of the world's best. To fulfill this promise, we must capitalize on our momentum, fully exploit our competitive advantages, and pursue ambitious goals with great discipline and entrepreneurial spirit. This promise is within reach. This strategic plan is our working agenda.
Deciding on a career may seem daunting, but it’s easier if you think of it as a process. Choosing your career involves looking at your unique qualities, increasing your awareness of career options, gaining experience and involvement within your interest areas and then solidifying your plans for life after Maryland. You’re not alone in this process. Center staff have your back each step of the way. As a Terp, there’s no better time than NOW to get started with firming up your career plans.
The Memorial Chapel is a multi-faceted campus facility serving numerous on-and off- campus populations and is home to a diverse range of events and personnel. Dedicated in 1952 as a living memorial to members of the University community that gave their lives in times of war, the Memorial Chapel is the center of religious life on campus and supports all fourteen university recognized chaplaincies and their programs. In addition, it is the site for weddings, concerts, lectures, convocations, commencements and other special events throughout the year.
The University of Maryland is committed to creating and maintaining an educational, working and living environment that is free from discrimination. The Department of Resident Life therefore strives to provide accommodated housing to qualified individuals. Students who need housing accommodations must submit medical documentation from a licensed clinical professional or health care provider to the Department of Resident Life.
Our vision is to be the provider of choice for health care and health information for UMCP students, to be recognized as a leader in collegiate health care, to be an important source of services for faculty and staff, and to be an integral part of the University’s educational mission.
There are about 8,900 beds in 37 residence halls and the 625-bed Leonardtown apartment community. Most students live in double rooms and have one roommate. About 13% of all beds are in triple or quad rooms, where students have two or three roommates. Single rooms (no roommate) are assigned solely to returning residence hall students through a seniority system; there is no access to single rooms for new-to-housing students, including for reasons of a medical condition or disability. New-to-housing students may request assignments in traditional "dormitory-style" residence halls (most without air conditioning) or in furnished, carpeted and air-conditioned apartments or suites.
Now is the time to find a way to make regular physical exercise part of your weekly routine. Our fitness programs and services are designed to help you get fit and stay fit. Currently registered students and University Recreation & Wellness (RecWell) members, at least 18 years of age, are invited to take advantage of the following programs and services.
Every fraternity and sorority at the University of Maryland, while social in nature, was established by their founders based on a commitment to certain values: brotherhood and sisterhood, service, scholarship, philanthropy and more. They believed that united rather than apart, they could make men better men, and women better women. Our vision is of a community that lives by the values upon which fraternities and sororities were founded.
The University of Maryland College of Education was re-accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) in November 2012, and its certification programs were granted continuing state approval by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) in January 2013. The NCATE accreditation of the College of Education and MSDE program approval extend through Fall 2020.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
It was a wonderful experience. The professors were very knowledgeable and helpful. They guided me every step of the way. The university is very well-organized and treats the students with dignity and respect. The curriculum is robust and gives students exposure to a wide range of public health topics.
The economics department is lacking and other majors at this university have much better experiences
Burdensome administration was the most frustrating part of life at UMD. Degree coursework was good for most things, but some teaching staff treated their courses as an added burden that distracted from their research. Often the additional graduation requirements (arts/humanities/electives) were impossible to work into the required course schedule, so often it would be my...