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Graduate Student Resources

These Graduate Student Resources provide a list and brief description of many of the resources available to graduate and professional students on UMBC’s campus. You may visit the Department website links below for more information about the academic programs available in the College of Engineering and Information Technology.

Links to College of Engineering and Information Technology Departments

Chemical, Biochemical & Environmental Engineering
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Information Systems
Mechanical Engineering

In addition to information about Departments and Academic Programs in the College of Engineering and Information Technology, the following links and resources may be helpful for prospective and current graduate students of the College of Engineering and Information Technology. More resources are available from the UMBC Graduate School.

About UMBC
UMBC Facts, Achievements, Governance, Visitors Guide, Admissions, and other campus information.

Academic Calendar
Current and archived calendar for the semester, including begin and end dates, final exam schedules, and commencement, and other calendar information.

Academic Integrity
Information on UMBC’s commitment to creating an academic environment in which teaching, learning, and research are conducted according to the principles of academic integrity.

UMBC’s Bookstore Web Site. Textbooks, General Books, Computers and Software, Rapid Copy, and other bookstore information.

Career Center
Information about Internships, Co-ops, and Research opportunities as well as part-time and full-time jobs.

Division of Information Technology
Learn how to create an account, use email, access FAQ and help links.

Division of Professional Studies
UMBC’s Division of Professional Studies offers a broad array of professionally focused master’s degrees, graduate certificates, individual courses and non-degree training programs.

Financial Aid
UMBC’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships Web site. Find fast facts, information about how to apply for financial aid, types of assistance offered, financial aid deadlines, and download forms.

Graduate Assistantships and Fellowships
Information on funding opportunities, including assistantships, fellowships, and contact information.

Graduate Catalog
Online version of the UMBC Graduate Catalog. Admission, enrollment, and registration policies, degree programs and requirements, and more information.

Graduate School
Information for prospective and current students and information for alumni.

Graduate Student Association
The Graduate Student Association represents the interests and concerns of all graduate students attending UMBC.

Graduate Student Policies, Procedures, and Forms
Information on registration and withdraw procedures, academic standards, graduate student policies, and forms for prospective and current students.

International Admissions
Information for international students interested in applying to UMBC’s graduate programs.

UMBC’S Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery. Library hours, reserve materials, online book request, course materials, online and print journals, and more.

myUMBC [login required]
Connect to your UMBC email account, register for classes, check your grades, request transcripts, and more.

Registrar’s Office
Information on registration, transcripts, and more.

Request Help [login required]
Request Tracker (RT) is a web-based client application solution that UMBC departments use to keep track of tasks, issues, knowledge, and collaboration in the form of request tickets. Click here for frequently asked questions (FAQs) and for information on how to submit a request for help.

Research & Scholarship
Includes fast facts, achievements, news, faculty interests and expertise, and more.

Research Centers and Institutes
Information about Campus-wide Centers and Institutes and Departmental Centers and Institutes. Also includes news, resources, policies & procedures, other information.

Retriever Net
UMBC’s online alumni community.

Schedule of Classes
UMBC class schedules; course times, locations, and instructors.

The Shriver Center
Learn more about applied learning, civic engagement, and community-based service delivery.