The University System of Maryland (USM) is Maryland's system of public higher education. Its members include all public universities in the State, with the exception of Morgan State University and St. Mary's College. In addition to its 11 universities, the USM also includes one research institution. A complete listing of USM institutions is available on our USM Institutions page. The USM is the twelfth-largest university system in the nation, and our 12 institutions offer over 1,000 academic programs to more than 152,000 students at 200 sites worldwide.
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USM Systemwide Education Centers
University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Please contact the USM Human Resources Office at 301.445.1968.
Please contact the office of Leonard Raley, President & CEO of the University System of Maryland Foundation at 301.445.1941 for further assistance or Make a Gift
Please contact Jennifer Rose in the Office of Communications at 301.445.2756 or email@example.com for further assistance.
Please contact Jim Salt in the USM Procurement Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301.445.1987 for additional information.
It depends. While USM institutions do share resources and services whenever practical, resources do not always allow institutions to open their facilities to students or employees from other USM institutions.
You can contact individual campuses for admissions information. The following list of links will take you to the appropriate sites to gather this information from each of our member institutions.
This list represents tuition, fees, room and board for USM institutions. Institutions may have additional fees related to specific course selections, programs or campus services. Please contact the individual institution for the total cost estimate of attendance.
More specific questions should be directed to the individual institution.
To obtain official transcripts from USM institutions, you may send a written request to the institution attended or, at some schools, you may request a transcript online. Visit our Transcripts page for complete information, including mailing addresses and where to order online (where available).
Tip: If you were in the military and attended school overseas, you will need to contact UMUC for a copy of your transcript.
The University of Maryland University College is a pioneer in online education and offers more than 20 complete degree programs available online. For more information, check out its Orientation to Distance Education.
The Board of Regents policy on residency is available here.
Additional questions and answers regarding the Residency Policy can be found here.
For additional questions, please contact Tracey Jamison in the USM Office of Academic Affairs at 301.445.1996.
Yes, according to the USM Board of Regents' policy on concurrent enrollment, students at USM institutions may take courses at other USM institutions with some exceptions. Interested students should contact the registrar's office at their home institution for more specific information.
The University of Maryland, College Park and Virginia Tech cooperatively operate the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM). Its main campus is on the campus of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, but also operates the Avrum Gudelsky Veterinary Center at the University of Maryland, College Park and the Marion DuPont Scott Equine Medical Center in Leesburg, Virginia.
For gardening questions, the Cooperative Extension Service offers the Home and Garden Information Center Hotline at 1.800.342.2507. For other questions, visit Information Central; Information Central offers timely information about gardening, yardwork, home, family, youth, farm, finances, and more.
Yes. The Dental School at the University of Maryland, Baltimore operates a clinic staffed by student dentists and faculty members. To learn more information or to schedule an appointment, call 410.706.8127 or visit their website.
The University of Maryland School of Law and the University of Baltimore School of Law offer legal clinics that take a limited number of cases from the general public. For information on the Clinical Law office at the University of Maryland School of Law, call 410.706.3295. At the University of Baltimore School of Law, the Clinical Law office can be reached at 410.837.5713.
Contact the University of Maryland Medical Center at 410.328.UMMS (8667) or 1.800.492.5538. Other important phone numbers are available here.
The Golden ID program allows Maryland senior citizens certain privileges at USM institutions as outlined in this policy.
Golden IDs are issued at each USM institution; please call the registrar's office at the institution you are interested in for more details.
Call the Human Resources office at the campus where the individual is or was employed.
Contact the Registrar's Office at the campus where the individual is or was enrolled as a student.