Thursday, June 25, 2015

Apply To The CCJS Honors Program

The CCJS Honors Program is a unique opportunity for undergraduate CCJS majors to challenge themselves academically.  The Honors Program is comprised of small, interactive and rigorous courses taught by Dr. Maimon, a distinguished CCJS tenured faculty member.  In addition to Dr. Maimon, students will have contact with the tenured/tenure-track CCJS faculty, who are some of the most well-respected researchers in the field of Criminology and Criminal Justice.   

Transitions Course for New UMD Transfer Students

New Resource at the University Career Center

Identify employers of interest with Vault!
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Do you want to know more about a particular employer, organization or industry?  Vault can help! This online resource - free to UMD students and alumni - provides you with insider information including:
  • Company rankings and Profiles
  • Job and Industry Listings
  • Industry and Career Guides such as:
    • Nonprofit Jobs
    • Politics, Public Policy, and Activism Jobs
    • Internships
    • Government Jobs
    • Top Consulting Firms
    • Banking and Finance
    • And many more
Log onto Careers4Terps to check it out today!

The University Career Center is Open All Summer

Image result for umd career centerThis is the best time to schedule an appointment with the University Career Center!  The University Career Center is OPEN ALL SUMMER!

During these appointments the University Career Center & The President’s Promise staff help students plan solutions for career-related concerns while identifying appropriate Center resources, programs and services. Schedule a career assistance appointment today. Call 301.314.7225 with questions.

Schedule an appointment to…
  • Identify and explore educational/career interests
  • Search for internships/jobs
  • Make career decisions
  • Network/Conduct informational interviews
  • Write effective resumes and cover letter
  • Prepare for interviews
  • Use social media tools in job searches
  • Use online career tools
  • Apply to graduate school

Thursday, June 18, 2015

New Computer Science Course for Fall 2015

Receive Free Tutoring in the Office of Multi-ethnic Student

Image result for omse umdThe Office of Multi-ethnic Student Education (OMSE) offers a free, walk-in tutorial program that covers most key courses in Writing, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Economics, among other courses. Individual and small group tutoring is available each semester in most undergraduate courses.

Visit our office or call today to see how we may be able to assist you. Please complete and submit an online Tutoring Intake Form prior to your first visit. Log on today at

Stop by our office Monday - Friday between 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM at 1101 Hornbake Library. You can also call (301) 405-5616, (301) 405-4100 or email  Also the website is: