If your region is not listed below, please feel free to reach out to any one of our team members. Each Admission Representative will be more than happy to help you. To get in touch with your Admission Representative, simply email ApplyMaryland@umd.edu and include your city and state in the subject line (for example, "Student Inquiry from College Park, Maryland").
Allegany County - Careena Manoukian
Anne Arundel County - Sofia Cisneros
Baltimore City - Albert Clarke
Baltimore County - Albert Clarke
Calvert County - Brandon Rodriguez Torrento
Caroline County - Tiffany Blossom
Carroll County - Alyssa Jones
Cecil County - Maggie Doran
Charles County - Brandon Rodriguez Torrento
Dorchester County - Tiffany Blossom
Frederick County - Alyssa Jones
Garrett County - Careena Manoukian
Harford County - Maggie Doran
Howard County - Hannah Smith
Kent County - Tiffany Blossom
Montgomery County - Brendan Hartlove
Prince George's County - Albert Clarke
Queen Anne's County - Tiffany Blossom
St. Mary's County -Brandon Rodriguez Torrento
Somerset County - Tiffany Blossom
Talbot County - Tiffany Blossom
Washington County - Careena Manoukian
Wicomico County - Tiffany Blossom
Worcester County - Tiffany Blossom
Alabama - Olander Fleming
Alaska - Ebony Freeman
Arizona - Please reach out to any admission rep.
Arkansas - Please reach out to any admission rep.
California - Ebony Freeman
Colorado - Careena Manoukian
Connecticut - Javier Mena
Delaware - Please reach out to any admission rep.
Florida - Olander Fleming
Georgia - Olander Fleming
Hawaii - Ebony Freeman
Idaho - Ebony Freeman
Illinois - Robert Olivieri
Indiana - Robert Olivieri
Iowa - Robert Olivieri
Kansas - Robert Olivieri
Kentucky - Sofia Cisneros
Louisiana - Please reach out to any admission rep.
Maine - Alyssa Jones
Massachusetts - Alyssa Jones
Michigan - Robert Olivieri
Minnesota - Robert Olivieri
Mississippi - Olander Fleming
Missouri - Robert Olivieri
Montana - Ebony Freeman
Nebraska - Robert Olivieri
Nevada - Ebony Freeman
New Hampshire - Alyssa Jones
New Mexico - Please reach out to any admission rep.
North Carolina - Sofia Cisneros
North Dakota - Robert Olivieri
Ohio - Robert Olivieri
Oklahoma - Please reach out to any admission rep.
Oregon - Ebony Freeman
Pennsylvania - Brendan Hartlove
Rhode Island - Brandon Rodriguez Torrento
South Carolina - Olander Fleming
South Dakota - Robert Olivieri
Tennessee - Olander Fleming
Texas - Please reach out to any admission rep.
Utah - Ebony Freeman
Vermont - Alyssa Jones
Washington - Ebony Freeman
West Virginia - Sofia Cisneros
Wisconsin - Robert Olivieri
Wyoming - Ebony Freeman
Puerto Rico - Olander Fleming
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The University of Maryland has launched a new investment in need-based financial aid, the Terrapin Commitment program, which will provide up to $20 million annually for students from the state of Maryland.
The goal of the Terrapin Commitment program is to reduce the gap between a student’s total financial aid package and the cost of an education. The program will begin in January 2023 and ensures that tuition and fees are fully covered for Pell eligible, in-state students, who are enrolled full time and have unmet financial need. More details can be found on the Office of Student Financial Aid's website.
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