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Click on the links below to learn more about UMD's visit options and to schedule your campus visit.
Campus Visit programs include a presentation from an admission representative and a campus tour from a student tour guide. Tours are available Mondays and Wednesdays through Fridays. In addition to your tour, you may also schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor. With at least two weeks notice, academic and campus partner appointments may be arranged. Appointments are subject to departmental availability.
MyGuide is a student-created visit program that puts the campus visit experience in your hands! This program provides you the opportunity to choose your tour guide and explore UMD in a more personalized way.
Admissions is offering a full-day experience for admitted students to check out UMD. Explore UMD in a whole new way with this full-day experience. Get an overview of what to expect next with sessions from housing and financial aid; connect to UMD through a student panel, lunch on campus, and optional tour; and dive deeper into your academics through major-related programming and one-on-one interactions with faculty and collegiate advisors.
We are hosting Junior Day visits on February 17 and April 10. This day is tailored specifically for students who are juniors in high school. Come and experience a day dedicated to exploring UMD in a whole new way. The Junior Open House is an excellent way to learn more and see more when you visit UMD!
After selecting your UMD visit, you and your parent (if email provided) will receive a confirmation email with a parking pass, directions to campus, and itinerary of your visit.
If you are unable to print your parking pass, contact our office at email@example.com, and we will mail you a parking permit. Please allow five-seven business days for our office to process this request. Campus visitors are directed to park in Gold Lot A with their assigned parking permit. Once parked, follow directional signage to your campus visit location.
For more information on Campus Visits, view our Frequently Asked Questions page.
*If you're traveling to UMD via I35 be prepared for road construction and potential traffic delays.