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Visit Us

Due to COVID-19 precautions, no in-person events, tours, or visits are currently taking place.

If you really want to know what awaits you at UMBC, nothing will prepare you better than a campus visit. However, since UMBC’s physical campus is currently closed, we invite you to use the tools below to take a virtual tour of UMBC and get a taste of what our community and the surrounding region have to offer. We can’t wait to see you in person when the campus re-opens!

Take a Virtual Walk Around Campus

Visit our campus with 360° virtual tour to help you get a glimpse into the lay of the land here at UMBC.

We know it’s not quite the same as a real visit, but we’ve created a 360° tour of our campus to help you get a glimpse into the lay of the land here at UMBC.

Explore UMBC Virtually

Through videos, photos, and even Google maps, you can get a great sense of life at UMBC without even setting foot on campus. We’ve curated a number of options for you below, but feel free to check out our YouTube, Flickr, and Instagram accounts to find even more.

A Dawg’s Eye View of Campus


Ever wonder what would a dog’s eye view of UMBC looks like? See what happens when True Grit and our friend Oyster took to the streets of UMBC!


A Year at UMBC


Each year, UMBC offers tons of events and activities for our students. Get a sneak peek at what’s in store for you when you’re a UMBC student.


Your Window into a Day at UMBC


From sunrise to sunset, UMBC hums with activity. This time-lapse video captures UMBC campus from dawn until well after dusk and was created by Tolu Omokehinde, a Meyerhoff Scholar and Biochemistry major with a passion for time lapse photography.


Claim Your Destiny at UMBC


Wondering what it means to be a Retriever? This video sums it up perfectly, all while giving you a sense for some of our campus spaces, from the library to the lab and Academic Row to the basketball court.


Explore our Photos


Explore our indoor and outdoor spaces; get a glimpse of our students, faculty and staff at work; and get a sense for the kinds of activities and events we offer.