Commit by May 1st!!

 

Hello, Seniors!

Spring break is complete and you are now in the home stretch of senior year!

But, before you start dreaming of prom, graduation, and summer fun, you have one key step left in your college admissions process. You need to pick your school. We know there are a ton of fantastic universities around MD and the country but we are hopeful you will find your home here at UMBC!

 

May 1st is the national deposit deadline for you to declare your intent to attend UMBC or any other university nationally. To accept your admission offer to UMBC, you will need to accept it via your myUMBC account and submit your enrollment deposit to secure your place in the class of 2021.

We are extremely impressed with all the applications we received. We are excited for the students who have already committed to being a retriever and look forward to many more students joining them!

Still, have a few questions about UMBC or want to visit before May 1st? Come on in or give us a call, we are happy to help!

We look forward to meeting everyone at Summer Orientation!

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May 1st is On it’s Way!

Hello everyone!

 

Congratulations to all of our accepted seniors who are making up their minds if UMBC will be their home over the next 4 years. We would love to have you join our campus community and be another amazing Retriever Believer!

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As many of you are likely aware, May 1st is the national deposit deadline for you to declare your intent to attend UMBC or any other university nationally. To accept your admission offer to UMBC, you will need to accept it via your myUMBC account and submit your enrollment deposit to secure your place in the class of 2020. Make sure you put your best paw forward!

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We are beyond excited to welcome you to our university community! Keep using the hashtag #UMBCadmit to join the conversation on social media. Should you have any questions or concerns, I encourage you to call our front office for assistance. Have a wonderful day and go Retrievers!

 

 

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May 1st

Tomorrow, May 1, is the national deadline for freshmen students to commit to a college or university for the Fall 2010 academic year.  Admissions representatives across the country are excited to see what their freshmen classes will look like in the coming semester.  High school seniors should also be excited about the deadline because, well, making that deposit is pretty darn official.  As a high school senior, once you’ve made your deposit and had a strong finish to your high school career (yes, that means studying for your finals), you’re basically on your way to starting the next chapter of your life.  Enjoy the next few weeks and remember to smile big for all the pictures your mom will be taking during graduation.

For those who will be coming to UMBC next fall, congrats!  If you have not yet submitted your enrollment deposit make sure it is post-marked by May 1.  You can declare your intent to enroll using your MyUMBC account and then you will need to send your enrollment deposit form and payment to UMBC in the mail.  The Admissions Office is not open tomorrow but as long as you have your deposit post-marked by tomorrow you are okay.  The housing deposit and housing application are also due tomorrow so be sure to read through your admissions packet for all necessary information.  If you have questions for the Admissions Office our telephone number is 410-455-2292 and the number for the Office of Residential Life is 410-455-2591.

Again, congratulations on your college decisions and we look forward to meeting the UMBC Class of 2014 this summer during Orientation!