Open Houses and Online Events

At UMUC's on-site and online events, you can:

Online Events and Webinars

Undergraduate Meet the Dean Webinar

Tuesday, Apr 22
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Graduate Meet the Dean Webinar

Tuesday, Apr 22
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Webinar: Transfer Made Simple for Community College Students

Wednesday, Apr 30
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Webinar: UMUC for Military Students

Wednesday, Apr 30
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Webinar: UMUC for Military Students

Wednesday, May 14
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Webinar: UMUC for Military Students

Wednesday, May 28
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Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Virtual Open House

Thursday, Jun 5
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Webinar: UMUC for Military Students

Wednesday, Jun 11
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On-Site Events: Maryland, D.C., and Virginia

Military Open House: Joint Base Anacostia Bolling

Tuesday, Apr 22
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Open House in Wye Mills, MD

Tuesday, Apr 22
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Military Open House: Joint Base Andrews

Wednesday, Apr 23
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Open House in Largo, MD

Saturday, Apr 26
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Open House in Hagerstown, MD

Monday, Apr 28
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Military Open House: Fort Belvoir

Wednesday, Apr 30
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Miliary Open House: Fort Detrick

Thursday, May 1
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Open House in Waldorf, MD

Monday, May 5
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On-Site Events: National

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More Events

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In Case of Inclement Weather

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Waived Application Fee at Select Events

Students who attend certain events may be eligible to have the $50 application fee waived. This offer is not valid for applicants to the Doctor of Management program.

Events at Regional Community Colleges

UMUC transfer advisors frequently visit community colleges around the state. Check out our regional community college transfer events

Attend an event to learn how you can maximize your transfer credits and apply for the UMUC Completion Scholarship for Maryland community college graduates, which can help you earn your bachelor's for about $12,000.