Post office, UPS, and Fed-ex facility available for UMD students, faculty and staff.
You may have noticed the American flag and Air Force flag flying outside Darland; it honors our country and the students in the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). The 2 to 4 year ROTC program develops students' leadership and management skills in preparation for commissioning as an officer in the United States Air Force. All college majors are eligible to enter the program. Students can compete for 1 to 4 1/2 year scholarships after enrollment and can apply for various careers in the Air Force to include pilot and combat systems operators (navigator). High school seniors have until Dec 1 of their senior year to apply for a 4-year scholarship. UMD currently provides High School Scholarship Program recipients an additional $4,000 annually to help out with on campus room and board. AFROTC has been on the UMD campus since 1949 and moved into its new offices in 2005. There are approximately 80 students in ROTC each year. If anyone is interested in finding out more about the program, please call 726-8159 or just walk on in.
Students pay tuition and housing fees. They can also cash checks and purchase parking permits and lockers.
Educational benefit assistance for Veterans and their dependents. Information and help is available for students who qualify for veterans' benefits.
Serves non-degree seeking students who are interested in attending UMD on a full or part time basis. CE serves traditional and non-traditional students by offering evening classes, online courses, summer term courses, and certificate programs.
Graduate programs offered include: Advocacy and Political Leadership, Applied and Computational Math, Graphic Design, *Biochemistry, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Criminology, Education, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering Management, English, Geological Sciences, Liberal Studies, Music, Pharmacology, Physics, *Physiology, Social Work, *Water Resources Science and *Toxicology. * = UMTC based programs. UMTC based programs are not handled through the UMD office. Information and application materials must be obtained through the UMTC campus. Once students are admitted to UMTC, they can then take some coursework at UMD.
Chancellor's and Vice Chancellors' Offices, Campus Police, Human Resources Offices.
Take the hallway back towards the Solon Campus Center; walk past it and go up the stairs on your left towards the Chemistry Building