Summer 2020 Virtual Student Information Sessions

Along with your online orientation modules, UMBC is also offered student topic based sessions during the summer of 2020 presented by staff and faculty, which are directed towards some of the concerns and questions students have. All of the session recordings are linked in the session’s title; simply click the title of the session you want to watch and you will be taken to the youtube video.

Learn how to be fiscally responsible! Our Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships will show you some tools and resources available to help you understand and keep track of your finances. Managing money is an important part of your daily life and we want you to be well versed in this life skill.
Being a part of a campus community is a big part of college life. Learn about how to get involved as a commuter or a transfer student to make the most of your time at UMBC.
Learn tips and tricks from Dr. Jason Schiffman, a faculty member here at UMBC, on how to make the most of your UMBC experience. Hear about his favorite UMBC memories as well as what he thinks it takes to be successful at UMBC.
We want you to be academically successful and UMBC has plenty of resources at your disposal to help you do this. Staff from our Academic Success Center will go over everything their office has to offer and give you some helpful tips and tricks to be successful in the classroom.
Campus Life may look a little different this fall, but there are still ways to get involved. Join staff from Campus Life as they share how you can be an active member of student organizations and clubs.
Faculty at UMBC are here to help you thrive in your field. Hear from a UMBC Faculty member and a current student about how to make the most out of your interactions with faculty to further your academic and professional goals.
Join our Orientation staff for an overview of resources available to you during your time at UMBC. We’ll help answer any questions and direct you to the right UMBC resources so you can make the most of your UMBC experience.