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This fall, most UMBC courses will be offered online with enhanced teaching techniques. A limited number of classes will include in-person elements. Learn more about UMBC’s plans for fall, support for students, and health resources.

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Twenty UMBC Memories from 2020

As we prepare to close the book on 2020, we want to take a look back at some of UMBC’s most important chapters from this past year. Here are our top 20 top memories from 2020. Continue reading Twenty UMBC Memories from 2020

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Each journey unique: UMBC students complete their degrees after returning mid-pandemic

Of the more than 120 students who returned to complete their UMBC degree through the Finish Line program after years away from college, roughly a fourth of them only needed one more semester to do so. These returning students are graduating this week. Continue reading Each journey unique: UMBC students complete their degrees after returning mid-pandemic

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UMBC’s newest biotech grads launch careers that will make a difference

UMBC’s Translational Life Science Technology degree is one of UMBC’s newest academic programs. The interdisciplinary program “is different from other majors,” says Titina Sirak ’20, “because you take a whole range of classes. It helps you open up your mind to different sides of biotech.” Continue reading UMBC’s newest biotech grads launch careers that will make a difference

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Take a Virtual Walk Around Campus

Our new 360° tour of UMBC may not be quite the same as an in-person visit, but it's a great start. And we hope to be able to welcome you to campus soon.

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