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University of Maryland, College Park

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College Park, MD 20742, United States

Overview

The University of Maryland is home of the Terps—inspiring, involved and intrepid Terps from across the state and around the globe. We’re one of the nation’s top-ranked public research institutions, with a whopping 90 undergraduate majors. And we have an unbeatable location just outside Washington, D.C.


In the classroom, you’ll learn from Nobel and Pulitzer prizewinners and other renowned faculty members. Outside of it, you’ll get prime opportunities for research and internships on campus and at agencies including the U.S. Department of State, the National Institutes of Health and the Smithsonian Institution.


Want to be a Terp? We’d love to have you!

Expenses

Estimated Costs   ResidentNon-resident
Annual tuition and mandatory fees*$9,579 $29,999
On-campus residence hall room, cable and phone$6,424$6,424
Meal plan (Average)$4,209$4,209
Books and supplies**   $1,130$1,130
Local transportation and incidental costs**$3,162$3,162
Total   $24,352$44,645


 

 

Accommodation

Having made the choice to live in our residence halls, you will engage with many other students – some of whom will become great friends of yours – in multitudes of experiences that should make your university years among the happiest and must fulfilling of your life.

 

We believe great experiences at great universities don't just happen. Great experiences are the product of you applying your knowledge and skills and being open to learning life's lessons within our university dynamic, culturally diverse and challenging academic community.

 

In our residence halls, you will learn and grow as a person as you accept and act on responsibilities you will have to practice good citizenship, put your scholarly-pursuits first, and develop leadership abilities.

 

We in Resident Life have responsibilities to you, too. We view our responsibility to you as helping to shape the number of useful and positive experiences in which you can be involved. We organize our efforts in the primary area: Customer Service, Community Living, and our Multicultural Philosophy.

 

For more information: http://reslife.umd.edu/aboutus/

Overview

The University of Maryland is home of the Terps—inspiring, involved and intrepid Terps from across the state and around the globe. We’re one of the nation’s top-ranked public research institutions, with a whopping 90 undergraduate majors. And we have an unbeatable location just outside Washington, D.C.


In the classroom, you’ll learn from Nobel and Pulitzer prizewinners and other renowned faculty members. Outside of it, you’ll get prime opportunities for research and internships on campus and at agencies including the U.S. Department of State, the National Institutes of Health and the Smithsonian Institution.


Want to be a Terp? We’d love to have you!

Expenses

Estimated Costs   ResidentNon-resident
Annual tuition and mandatory fees*$9,579 $29,999
On-campus residence hall room, cable and phone$6,424$6,424
Meal plan (Average)$4,209$4,209
Books and supplies**   $1,130$1,130
Local transportation and incidental costs**$3,162$3,162
Total   $24,352$44,645


 

 

Accommodation

Having made the choice to live in our residence halls, you will engage with many other students – some of whom will become great friends of yours – in multitudes of experiences that should make your university years among the happiest and must fulfilling of your life.

 

We believe great experiences at great universities don't just happen. Great experiences are the product of you applying your knowledge and skills and being open to learning life's lessons within our university dynamic, culturally diverse and challenging academic community.

 

In our residence halls, you will learn and grow as a person as you accept and act on responsibilities you will have to practice good citizenship, put your scholarly-pursuits first, and develop leadership abilities.

 

We in Resident Life have responsibilities to you, too. We view our responsibility to you as helping to shape the number of useful and positive experiences in which you can be involved. We organize our efforts in the primary area: Customer Service, Community Living, and our Multicultural Philosophy.

 

For more information: http://reslife.umd.edu/aboutus/