Resources and SupportThe Office of Undergraduate Admissions is pleased to be able to share information with you about the University of Maryland and the application process.
We are committed to establishing successful relationships with the numerous communities that support prospective and current Maryland students, including parents and families, high school counselors, college advisors, and university alumni. We hope you find this website a valuable resource as you and your students determine the school that is right for them.
High school counselors and college advisors assist students by providing professional insights into the college application process. We’ve compiled information and resources to help you and your students navigate the college admission process.
Parents and families play a crucial role in supporting students from the beginning of the college search process through graduation. They provide valuable guidance and assist in a smooth transition to college life. Maryland’s Office of Parent and Family Affairs informs and empowers you with resources to support your student throughout their college career.
As an alumnus, you are the perfect ambassador for the University of Maryland. We offer several opportunities for you to connect with your community, engage prospective students and impact the future of the University of Maryland. From assisting with college fairs to mentoring and hosting admitted students in your neighborhood, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved. If you’re interested in helping us find the next class of Terps, email us to learn how you can help!
|The University of Maryland is a proud member of The Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success, along with more than 90 public and private colleges. UMD will use the application provided by the Coalition beginning in mid-August 2017. The Coalition has developed a free platform of online tools to streamline the experience for students who wish to pursue higher education. Watch a brief video about The Coalition here, and visit our Coalition FAQ page for more information.|