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  • University of Maryland - (College Park, MD) - The top public research university in the region and one of the nation's best. UM's admit rate ranks 9th for selectivity among U.S. News & World Report's Top 25 public universities. Nearly half of Maryland's high school valedictorians and top achievers chose the University of Maryland. More National Merit, National Achievement, and Maryland Distinguished Scholars in the state chose UM than all other public and private institutions combined.
  • Frostburg State University - (Frostburg, MD) - Frostburg State University (FSU), a multi-purpose, largely residential, regional university founded in 1898, is the University System of Maryland’s only four-year institution west of the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan areas. It serves as a premier educational and cultural center for Western Maryland.
  • University of Baltimore - (Baltimore, MD) - The University of Baltimore is the career-minded university. It is also known as the transfer university for the state of Maryland because UB doesn't offer any freshman classes. ALL of UB's undergraduate students transfer into UB in the sophomore or junior years of study. UB specializes in career-oriented graduate programs in liberal arts, business, and law. " UB is located in downtown Baltimore, MD just north of the historic Mt. Vernon neighborhood in the heart of the cultural district."
  • University of MD Gemstone Program - (College Park, MD) - Honors students with varied interests are invited to participate in Gemstone, a ground-breaking program that integrates technological and social issues into research projects spanning all four undergraduate years.
  • University of MD University College - (Adelphi, MD) - (UMUC), one of 11 degree-granting institutions in the University System of Maryland, focuses on educational programs for adult students. It boasts numerous classroom sites throughout Maryland and around the world, with courses offered in 30 countries on six continents. A recognized leader in distance education, UMUC is the world’s largest virtual university, having served more than 26,000 students online in the past three years.
  • MD Sea Grant College - (College Park, MD) - University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, supports innovative marine research and education, with a special focus on the Chesapeake Bay. With funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the State of Maryland, Sea Grant-supported research targets practical problems, with the aim of promoting wise decision-making. By serving as a gateway to relevant and reliable scientific information, Sea Grant helps assure that individuals can make informed choices about their use and stewardship of marine resources.
  • Johns Hopkins University - (Baltimore, MD) - The Johns Hopkins University is America's first research university. It is a world leader in research in medicine, public health, the arts and sciences and engineering.
  • University of MD School of Medicine - (Baltimore, MD) - Dedicated to excellence in medical education and research, physician training, quality patient care, faculty and student diversity.
  • Salisbury University: Department of Physical Education - (Salisbury, MD) - Offering four majors that lead to the Bachelor of Science degree: physical education, health education, exercise science and athletic training. We attempt to attract top quality students into an environment conducive to learning socially, physically and mentally; and, to develop and maintain appropriate facilities and other resources necessary to effectively educate students. The teacher education program is accredited by NCATE and the athletic training program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).
  • Salisbury University Dance Company - (Salisbury, MD) - The SU Dance Company originated in 1960 as the Modern Dance Club. Since then, it has provided opportunities for hundreds of students to experience ballet, ethnic, jazz and modern dance through performance, choreography and production. Over the yrs, the Co. has been funded in part by student fees distributed through the Student Appropriations Board. It has received grants from the MD State Arts Council and the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council, agencies funded through the state of MD and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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