Join us for a Maryland Information Session and Terrapin Tour, where you’ll enjoy a 35-minute information session presented by an admission representative and then take a 75-minute campus walking tour led by a student guide. During the presentation, you’ll learn all about the University of Maryland; our colleges, majors and special programs; student life; and the application process.
On several dates during the fall semester, our colleges will be offering different visit opportunities throughout the day. On these days only, you can learn more about our academic majors and programs by checking out our colleges’ special offerings below. Here is a map of campus to help you get around.
Please select any of the available options for more details and registration information where required.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions does not facilitate these sessions. All questions should be directed to the specific college or department.
Terps love a challenge. A problem that needs a solution. A barrier that needs breaking down. You are smart, scrappy and determined. You value diversity, innovation, entrepreneurship and imagination. Ready to start your fearless journey?
Come try on our campus for size! Stop by one of our top-notch athletic facilities. Have a scoop of homemade ice cream at the Dairy. Rub the nose of one of our beloved Testudo statues for good luck. Get all your questions answered. It won't be hard to picture yourself at home here for the next four years.
Unable to make it to campus? Explore our beautiful campus from anywhere in the world!
College is a major investment for you and your family. The university is here to help. We offer an array of financial aid programs—including scholarships, grants, loans and student employment—as part of our commitment to making an excellent education affordable.
You’ve received your admission letter, checked out your major and started celebrating with family and friends. To make enrollment official, check out information for newly admitted students to get everything you need to start your academic career at Maryland.