Registration for our on-campus programs opens approximately four to eight weeks prior to each event. After you register for a visit, you’ll receive a confirmation email sent to the email address used to register.
As a newly admitted Maryland student, you and your family are invited to join us for an Admitted Student Open House. During the event, you’ll spend the morning with faculty and staff from your admitted college, and meet with students and campus representatives throughout the afternoon as you learn more about the university’s special programs and exciting student life. Our next Admitted Student Open House events will be held in March and April 2018. Registration is required. Admitted students will receive an invitation for registration by February 2018.
The College Access Conference is an annual conference, for high school sophomores and juniors, hosted in June on the University of Maryland campus. Conference sessions provide valuable information on topics such as completing the application, writing a college essay, getting involved on campus, applying for merit scholarships and financial aid, and choosing a career. The day will also include an information fair with representatives from our academic schools and colleges. The next conference will be held in summer 2018. Registration is required.
As you make your way through the college search process, come see for yourself why Maryland could be the right fit for you. Join us at Discover Maryland to learn more about the university, our academic offerings and student life. Please note that this event is designed for high school sophomores and juniors and their families. Our next Discover Maryland event will be held in February 2018. Registration is required.
Join us at the end of the spring semester for the annual Maryland Day celebration and discover why so many exceptional students are choosing the University of Maryland. Stop by our tent on McKeldin Mall to learn about applying to Maryland, connect with a Financial Aid representative, and take a student-led tour of campus. The next Maryland Day event will be held in spring 2018. Registration is not required and the event is open to the public.
Explore what it’s like to be a Terp at our prospective student open house. During the event, you’ll speak with faculty members, meet current students, take tours of campus and learn more about Maryland’s admissions process. Please note that this event is designed for high school juniors and seniors and their families. Our next Visit Maryland Day event will be held on October 9th 2017. Registration is required.
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About the Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success
College is a major investment for you and your family. The university is here to help. We offer an array of financial aid programs—including scholarships, grants, loans and student employment—as part of our commitment to making an excellent education affordable.
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