Application ChecklistsTo ensure that you can be considered for admission, use the checklists below to complete all parts of the application by the appropriate deadline.
We are excited that you are ready to apply to the University of Maryland and look forward to reviewing your application!
Applications are considered complete when the online application and all required documents have been submitted. All materials must be postmarked by the appropriate deadline for consideration. Please note that it may take up to five days after submission for you to be able to view the status of your application and any submitted documents online. It is the applicant’s responsibility to confirm receipt of all application materials. Visit our Submitting Application Documents page to learn how you can submit the items below for a completed application.
High school students and students with fewer than 12 semester hours or 18 quarter hours of university-level credit beyond secondary school should apply as freshman applicants.
High school graduates who completed, or are in the process of completing, at least 12 semester hours or 18 quarter hours at a regionally accredited college or university should apply as transfer applicants.
Students with approximately 60 transferable credits who are interested in earning a University of Maryland, College Park degree at The Universities at Shady Grove should review information specific to the Shady Grove campus.
If you’re interested in the School of Music, you will need to submit the online application supplement. After submitting the supplement and other required application materials, the School of Music admissions office will schedule your audition with faculty members. The application supplement and audition will be used to determine your eligibility for admission into the School of Music. It will not be used, however, in the review of your eligibility for admission to the University of Maryland.
If you play the flute, piano or trumpet, or are interested in voice, you must also fulfill pre-screening requirements by November 1.