A Military-Friendly State University Serving Military Spouses and Families

University of Maryland University College is a state university with a rich history of educating military servicemembers, their spouses, and their families, dating back to World War II.

We understand the demands and unpredictability of military life. That's why we've designed UMUC to be convenient and flexible for military families.

Your UMUC education is portable. You can study online or choose from 150 worldwide locations in the U.S., Europe and Asia. And our reduced tuition rate for military family members makes a college education more affordable.

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Transfer More Credits

You can fast-track your degree at UMUC with our flexible transfer credit policies. You may be able to translate the knowledge you gained from work, community, and volunteer activities into college credit.

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Start Whenever You're Ready

UMUC gives you the flexibility you need with rolling admissions, multiple start dates each term, and convenient eight-week undergraduate sessions.

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Quick Facts

150+

classroom and student services
locations worldwide

20+

regional locations for on-site classes in Maryland, D.C., and Virginia

2X

the value of a college degree has doubled over the past three decades 1

Online Events and Webinars

Webinar: UMUC for Military Students

Wednesday, Oct 8
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Online Open House: Master of Arts in Teaching

Tuesday, Oct 14
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Webinar: Getting Started With Your VA Benefits

Tuesday, Oct 21
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On-Site Events

Open House in Hagerstown, MD

Thursday, Oct 2
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Open House at Quantico

Monday, Oct 6
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Open House at Waldorf Center for Higher Education

Monday, Oct 6
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1 Source: "Is College Worth It? Clearly, New Data Say," The New York Times, 2014.