University of Maryland University College offers classes and limited services at Fort Myer in Fort Myer, Virginia.
About Fort Myer
239 Sheridan Avenue
Building 417, Room 215
Fort Myer, VA 22211
Hours of Operation
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Offered at This Location
- Undergraduate Hybrid Classes
- Services on a Limited Schedule
Fort Myer At a Glance
The site is located on a military installation. Learn more about how UMUC specializes in serving military and veteran students.
On-Site Classes at Fort Myer
Services at Fort Myer
Our friendly, knowledgeable staff are available to help you find the right academic program to meet your career goals, estimate your transfer credits and time to graduation, find ways to finance your education that fit your budget, apply for admission, and register for classes.
Walk-ins are welcome, or you can make an appointment for advising services at this location.
Online placement tests for writing and math are offered at this location by appointment. These tests are free for UMUC students. Learn more about placement testing.
UMUC's online library is available 24/7 to students around the globe. Most printed materials can be mailed for free to students in the continental United States, or you can request electronic delivery for journal articles and book chapters. To access research databases and the library catalog or view tutorials on how to conduct research, visit the UMUC Library.
Getting Here and Parking
- Take I-395 toward Exit 8A.
- Take VA-27/Washington Boulevard and take the Fort Myer exit to the Hatfield Gate.
- Proceed through the checkpoint onto Carpenter Road.
- Turn left onto McNair Road, left onto Gorgas Street, and then right onto Sheridan Avenue.
The Fort Myer Education Center is in Building 417 at 239 Sheridan Avenue. The UMUC office is located in room 215. Call 703-527-4952 for more information.
Access to Fort Myer
This is an open base for U.S. citizens and foreigners with appropriate documentation. Visitors are able to present a valid identification and current vehicle registration at the visitors gate to obtain base access.
If you are a non-DoD visitor, you must be sponsored in order to get a base access pass.
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For security purposes, civilian students may be required to complete a Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act release form—also known as a FERPA waiver—when receiving base access for the first time. This form gives permission for UMUC to provide information about you to the military.
UMUC is certified by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia.