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Knowledge That Works is our commitment to our students. We’ve built a reputation for ensuring that our students are prepared for rewarding careers in high-demand industries.
We know Transfer. More than half of our new undergraduates every year are transfer students, and we've been recognized as the a leader within the University System of Maryland in terms of the number of credits we accept and apply toward your degree.
Apply online today:
- Submit your online application, including the Maryland Residency Form to be considered for In-state tuition.
- Have official transcripts from all schools you've attended sent to UB, either electronically or in the mail.
- Are you an international F1 transfer student? Contact our Office of International Admission and Services to speak with an international admission counselor for guidance and assistance.
New transfer students are offered scholarships based on the number of different factors:
- For new students, an annual merit-based scholarship amount is offered to both part time and full time students.
- The Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund may provide funds to offer you a free bachelors degree.
- Additional scholarships are available to veterans and their family members, Baltimore City employees, and more.
- International, DACA and Dreamer students may be eligible for these awards.
Visit your community college page:
Select your Community College to learn more about transfer pathways and degree maps, our BeeLine Dual Admission program, special events, and how to contact your designated admission counselor.
- Allegany College of Maryland
- Anne Arundel Community College
- Baltimore City Community College
- Carroll Community College
- Cecil College
- Chesapeake College
- College of Southern Maryland
- Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC)
- Frederick Community College
- Garrett College
- Hagerstown Community College
- Harford Community College
- Howard Community College
- Montgomery College
- Prince George's Community College
- Wor-Wic Community College