University of Maryland - College Park Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (55)
The anthropology program at UMCP is a great program. The faculty is diverse and has myriad experiences that enrich their teaching. There are also countless opportunities to engage in research and travel that are associated with different areas of anthropology, allowing you to explore these until you find your niche.
University of Maryland provides a great education with a beautiful campus that is centrally located. They were about finding your niche, which was easy to do. It seemed like there was something for everyone, and people felt free to be who they were. The classes were engaging, and even in large lectures the professors took the time to get to know me because I consistently sat in the front. The food was average, but there was always a wide variety. My college experience was great at the University of Maryland. I would recommend it to anybody considering it because it is so huge with so much to offer that anyone can fit it and excel.
I loved my classes and my teachers but wasn't thrilled with the social environment, however many people say they love it. If you are a Maryland resident UMD is a great school and you should definitely go there. If you are out of state, its not worth the tuition but if you get a good scholarship than I would suggest you also attend.
The University of Maryland, College Park is a hub of every sort of learning with which a student could hope to engage. The campus has endless opportunity for innovation and intersection in study, as well as established programs whose names draw recognition and respect in the professional world. For those seeking a large and diverse university experience, Maryland is certainly the place for you, and for those who wish for a more intimate learning experience, customization and networking within any given department or program provides the perfect team feel while assuring wider access to resources.
This is a wonderful school located just 20 minutes from the heart of Washington DC. Regardless of your major, there are plenty of resources to take advantage of to help you pursue your goals. This includes research facilities, professors, peers, and accessible databases. The student diversity on campus is one of my favorite characteristics about the school, which allows you to interact with and learn from students of all backgrounds. This includes different ethnicities, interests, and pursuits. I never thought I'd find a school that has the right balance of really everything, but Maryland was able to provide that exceptionally. I recommend this school to everyone and anyone.
The University of Maryland Women's Studies department provides the utmost in ideological preparation as well as an academic challenge. If you want an education that will push you to the best of your abilities, this university is the place to go for you academic future.
University of Maryland University College online staff are very interested in students succeeding in their class. The administration is very helpful at guiding students to the destination of need and providing courteous services. Everyone are always pleasant and will answer all of your questions and will direct you to the person who can if they are unable to answer your question. My education with UMUC has been a successful and pleasant experience.
This school is great if you were a big fish in a small pond from your prior institution. It is a liberal playing ground so it will challenge you to see things from others perspectives both in and out of the classroom. There are so many clubs and organizations to join and you leave with incredible networking opportunities.
The HESP major is a great program to prepare you for SLP/AuD graduate schools. The faculty is very eager to prepare you Overall, I loved my stay at UMD. Lots of great people, staff, professors, and campus groups. The diversity of campus was impressive, and refreshing. It's a huge campus filled with lots of students, but you'll find your niche.
The university itself is amazing! There are many departments, recreation spots, events that are mostly free for students. However because the campus itself is so large, the classes reflect that. It is hard to get to know the professors. This usually isn't a problem later in the degree program because the classes get smaller and you are able to interact with professors in and out the class