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Graduate Calendar

View the graduate calendar for session start dates, registration deadlines, and holidays.

Use the calendar below to see graduate dates and deadlines at University of Maryland Global Campus. Check the schedule of classes to see what's being offered in the upcoming term, then register for your classes.

Please note: The 60% of Term Complete category in the calendar below is for military Tuition Assistance and non-financial aid purposes. UMGC also provides a detailed 60% enrollment completion chart for federal financial aid eligibility determinations.

Summer

Graduate

Summer

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session 1May 19–Aug. 10Feb. 8May 18May 29Jul. 7Jul. 11
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Jul. 14–Sep. 28Feb. 8Jul. 13Jul. 23Aug. 28Sep. 1
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionMay 19–Aug. 10Feb. 8May 18May 29Jul. 7Jul. 11
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Jul. 14–Sep. 28Feb. 8Jul. 13Jul. 23Aug. 28Sep. 1
MBA Sessions
Online MBA: Requiring PRO Jul. 14–Sep. 28Feb. 8Jul. 13Jul. 23Aug. 28Sep. 1
Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO Jul. 14–Sep. 28Feb. 8Jul. 13Jul. 23Aug. 28Sep. 1
Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA May 19–Aug. 10Feb. 8May 18May 29Jul. 7Jul. 11
Doctoral Sessions
Doctor of Management: DMCC CoursesMay 12–Aug. 10Feb. 8May 11May 23Jul. 5Jul. 16
Special Course Sessions
CC1: Cross CareerMay 19–Aug. 10Feb. 8May 18May 29Jul. 7Jul. 11
UCSP , , GU1May 19–Jun. 22Feb. 8May 18May 22Jun. 8Jun. 10
UCSP GU2Jun. 16–Jul. 20Feb. 8Jun. 15Jun. 19Jul. 6Jul. 8
ASC , , , Session 1Jul. 14–Aug. 17Feb. 8Jul. 13Jul. 17Aug. 3Aug. 5
ASC , , , Session 2Aug. 25–Sep. 28Feb. 8Aug. 24Aug. 28Sep. 14Sep. 16

Golden ID Registration for Summer  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session 1May 5
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Jun. 26
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionMay 5
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Jun. 26
Special Course Sessions
CC1: Cross CareerMay 5

Application Deadlines for Summer  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Apr. 1

Reinstatement

Apr. 15

Priority Deadline: April 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at

Diploma or Certificate

Most Grad Programs: Jun. 15

Grad Programs Requiring CBR, DCL, or PRO Jul. 15

Change in Residency Classification

Jun. 15

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

Fall

Graduate

Fall

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Aug. 18–Nov. 9May 1Aug. 17Aug. 28Oct. 6Oct. 10
Online Session 2Sep. 22–Dec. 14May 1Sep. 21Oct. 2Nov. 10Nov. 14
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionAug. 18–Nov. 9May 1Aug. 17Aug. 28Oct. 6Oct. 10
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
MBA Sessions
Online MBA: Requiring PRO Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA Aug. 18–Nov. 9May 1Aug. 17Aug. 28Oct. 6Oct. 10
Doctoral Sessions
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
DMCC CoursesSep. 8–Dec. 7May 1Sep. 7Sep. 19Nov. 1Nov. 5
Special Course Sessions
CC1: Cross CareerAug. 18–Nov. 9May 1Aug. 17Aug. 28Oct. 6Oct. 10
FTS: UCSP , Aug. 18–Oct. 12May 1Aug. 17Aug. 24Sep. 20Sep. 22
UCSP , , GU1Aug. 18–Sep. 21May 1Aug. 17Aug. 21Sep. 7Sep. 9
UCSP , GU2Sep. 22–Oct. 26May 1Sep. 21Sep. 25Oct. 12Oct. 14
UCSP , , GU3Oct. 20–Nov. 23May 1Oct. 19Oct. 23Nov. 9Nov. 11
ASC , , , Session 1Oct. 6–Nov. 9May 1Oct. 5Oct. 9Oct. 26Oct. 28
ASC , , , Session 2Nov. 17–Dec. 21May 1Nov. 16Nov. 20Dec. 7Dec. 9

Golden ID Registration for Fall  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Aug. 4
Online Session 2Sep. 8
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Sep. 22
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionAug. 4
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Sep. 22

Application Deadlines for Fall  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Jun. 1

Reinstatement

Priority Deadline: April 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at

Diploma or Certificate

10/15/

Change in Residency Classification

Oct. 20

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

Spring

Graduate

Spring

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Jan. 13–Apr. 6Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 23Mar. 3Mar. 7
Online Session 2Feb. 17–May 11Sep. 14Feb. 16Feb. 27Apr. 7Apr. 11
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionJan. 13–Apr. 6Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 23Mar. 3Mar. 7
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
MBA Sessions
Online MBA: Requiring PRO Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA Jan. 13–Apr. 6Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 23Mar. 3Mar. 7
Doctoral Sessions
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
DMCC CoursesJan. 13–Apr. 13Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 24Mar. 1Mar. 7
Special Course Sessions
CC1: Cross CareerJan. 13–Apr. 6Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 23Mar. 3Mar. 7
FTS: UCSP and Jan. 13–May 11Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 27Mar. 27Mar. 30
UCSP , , GU1Jan. 13–Feb. 16Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 16Feb. 2Feb. 4
UCSP and GU2Feb. 17–Mar. 23Sep. 14Feb. 16Feb. 20Mar. 9Mar. 11
UCSP , , GU3Mar. 17–Apr. 20Sep. 14Mar. 16Mar. 20Apr. 6Apr. 8
ASC , , , Session 1Apr. 14–May 18Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 17May 4May 6
ASC , , , Session 2May 26–Jun. 29Dec. 14May 25May 29Jun. 15Jun. 17

Golden ID Registration for Spring  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Dec. 30
Online Session 2Mar. 3
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Mar. 31
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionDec. 30
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Mar. 31

Application Deadlines for Spring  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Nov. 1

Reinstatement

Priority Deadline: November 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at the following number:

Diploma or Certificate

Most Grad Programs: 2/15/

MBA/Cyber: 4/1/

Change in Residency Classification

3/16/

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

Winter

Graduate

Winter

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBAJan. 12–Mar. 29Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBAJan. 12–Mar. 29Sep. 13Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Doctoral Sessions
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)Jan. 12–Mar. 29Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Special Course Sessions
ASC , , , Session 1Jan. 12–Feb. 15Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 15Feb. 1Feb. 3
ASC , , , Session 2Feb. 23–Mar. 29Jun. 7Feb. 22Feb. 26Mar. 15Mar. 17

Golden ID Registration for Winter  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBADec. 29
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBADec. 29
Special Course Sessions
ASC , , , Session 1Dec. 29
ASC , , , Session 2Feb. 9

Application Deadlines for Winter  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Nov. 1

Reinstatement

Priority Deadline: April 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at

Diploma or Certificate

2/15/

Change in Residency Classification

Mar. 16

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

Fall

Graduate

Fall

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Aug. 18–Nov. 9May 1Aug. 17Aug. 28Oct. 6Oct. 10
Online Session 2Sep. 22–Dec. 14May 1Sep. 21Oct. 2Nov. 10Nov. 14
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionAug. 18–Nov. 9May 1Aug. 17Aug. 28Oct. 6Oct. 10
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
MBA Sessions
Online MBA: Requiring PRO Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA Aug. 18–Nov. 9May 1Aug. 17Aug. 28Oct. 6Oct. 10
Doctoral Sessions
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)Oct. 6–Dec. 21May 1Oct. 5Oct. 15Nov. 20Nov. 24
DMCC CoursesSep. 8–Dec. 7May 1Sep. 7Sep. 19Nov. 1Nov. 5
Special Course Sessions
CC1: Cross CareerAug. 18–Nov. 9May 1Aug. 17Aug. 28Oct. 6Oct. 10
FTS: UCSP , Aug. 18–Oct. 12May 1Aug. 17Aug. 24Sep. 20Sep. 22
UCSP , , GU1Aug. 18–Sep. 21May 1Aug. 17Aug. 21Sep. 7Sep. 9
UCSP , GU2Sep. 22–Oct. 26May 1Sep. 21Sep. 25Oct. 12Oct. 14
UCSP , , GU3Oct. 20–Nov. 23May 1Oct. 19Oct. 23Nov. 9Nov. 11
ASC , , , Session 1Oct. 6–Nov. 9May 1Oct. 5Oct. 9Oct. 26Oct. 28
ASC , , , Session 2Nov. 17–Dec. 21May 1Nov. 16Nov. 20Dec. 7Dec. 9

Golden ID Registration for Fall  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Aug. 4
Online Session 2Sep. 8
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Sep. 22
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionAug. 4
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Sep. 22

Application Deadlines for Fall  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Jun. 1

Reinstatement

Priority Deadline: April 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at

Diploma or Certificate

Oct. 15

Change in Residency Classification

Oct. 20

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

Spring

Graduate

Spring

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Jan. 13–Apr. 6Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 23Mar. 3Mar. 7
Online Session 2Feb. 17–May 11Sep. 14Feb. 16Feb. 27Apr. 7Apr. 11
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionJan. 13–Apr. 6Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 23Mar. 3Mar. 7
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
MBA Sessions
Online MBA: Requiring PRO Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA Jan. 13–Apr. 6Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 23Mar. 3Mar. 7
Doctoral Sessions
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)Apr. 14–Jun. 29Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 23May 28Jun. 2
DMCC CoursesJan. 13–Apr. 13Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 24Mar. 1Mar. 7
Special Course Sessions
CC1: Cross CareerJan. 13–Apr. 6Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 23Mar. 3Mar. 7
FTS: UCSP and Jan. 13–May 11Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 27Mar. 27Mar. 30
UCSP , , GU1Jan. 13–Feb. 16Sep. 14Jan. 12Jan. 16Feb. 2Feb. 4
UCSP and GU2Feb. 17–Mar. 23Sep. 14Feb. 16Feb. 20Mar. 9Mar. 11
UCSP , , GU3Mar. 17–Apr. 20Sep. 14Mar. 16Mar. 20Apr. 6Apr. 8
ASC , , , Session 1Apr. 14–May 18Dec. 14Apr. 13Apr. 17May 4May 6
ASC , , , Session 2May 26–Jun. 29Dec. 14May 25May 29Jun. 15Jun. 17

Golden ID Registration for Spring  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Dec. 30
Online Session 2Mar. 3
Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Mar. 31
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionDec. 30
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR Mar. 31

Application Deadlines for Spring  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Nov. 1

Reinstatement

Priority Deadline: November 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at the following number:

Diploma or Certificate

Most Grad Programs: 2/15/

MBA/Cyber: 4/1/

Change in Residency Classification

Mar. 16

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

Winter

Graduate

Winter

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBAJan. 12–Mar. 29Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBAJan. 12–Mar. 29Sep. 13Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Doctoral Sessions
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)Jan. 12–Mar. 29Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Special Course Sessions
ASC , , , Session 1Jan. 12–Feb. 15Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 15Feb. 1Feb. 3
ASC , , , Session 2Feb. 23–Mar. 29Jun. 7Feb. 22Feb. 26Mar. 15Mar. 17

Golden ID Registration for Winter  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBADec. 29
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBADec. 29
Special Course Sessions
ASC , , , Session 1Dec. 29
ASC , , , Session 2Feb. 9

Application Deadlines for Winter  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Nov. 1

Reinstatement

Priority Deadline: April 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at

Diploma or Certificate

Feb. 15

Change in Residency Classification

Mar. 16

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

Winter

Graduate

Winter

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBAJan. 12–Mar. 29Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBAJan. 12–Mar. 29Sep. 13Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Doctoral Sessions
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)Jan. 12–Mar. 29Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 21Feb. 26Mar. 2
Special Course Sessions
ASC , , , Session 1Jan. 12–Feb. 15Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 15Feb. 1Feb. 3
ASC , , , Session 2Feb. 23–Mar. 29Jun. 7Feb. 22Feb. 26Mar. 15Mar. 17

Golden ID Registration for Winter  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBADec. 29
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBADec. 29
Special Course Sessions
ASC , , , Session 1Dec. 29
ASC , , , Session 2Feb. 9

Application Deadlines for Winter  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Nov. 1

Reinstatement

Priority Deadline: April 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at

Diploma or Certificate

Feb. 15

Change in Residency Classification

Mar. 16

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

Spring

Graduate

Spring

Session DatesRegistration Open DateRegistration Close DateLast Date to Drop60% of Term CompleteLast Date to Withdraw / 65% of Term Complete
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Jan. 12–Apr. 5Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 22Mar. 2Mar. 6
Online Session 2Feb. 16–May 10Jun. 7Feb. 15Feb. 26Apr. 6Apr. 10
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionJan. 12–Apr. 5Sep. 13Jan. 11Jan. 22Mar. 2Mar. 6
Special Course Sessions
CC1: Cross CareerJan. 12–Apr. 5Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 22Mar. 2Mar. 6
GU1: UCSP , , Jan. 12–Feb. 15Jun. 7Jan. 11Jan. 15Feb. 1Feb. 3
GU2: UCSP , Feb. 16–Mar. 22Jun. 7Feb. 15Feb. 19Mar. 8Mar. 10
GU3: UCSP , , Mar. 16–Apr. 19Jun. 7Mar. 15Mar. 19Apr. 5Apr. 7

Golden ID Registration for Spring  +

Golden Id Registration Open Date
Online Sessions
Online Session 1Dec. 29
Online Session 2Feb. 2
Hybrid Sessions
Hybrid Standard SessionDec. 29
Special Course Sessions
CC1: Cross CareerDec. 29

Application Deadlines for Spring  +

TypeApplication Deadline

Financial Aid

Nov. 1

Reinstatement

Priority Deadline: April 15,

Note for graduate students: Students who have been academically dismissed may submit a one-time request for reinstatement by contacting [email protected] and completing a Reinstatement Request Form. Students should speak with their advisor at

Diploma or Certificate

Feb. 15

Change in Residency Classification

Mar. 16

Exemption to Non-Resident Tuition Fee

Your request must be submitted no later than the last day of registration for a semester or session (earlier is preferable) to be considered for in-state status for that semester or session.

See Changing Residency Classification for Tuition Purposes.

Tuition Refund

See refund policy.

Change to Grading Option

One week from the first day of class for eight-week classes and two weeks from the first day of class for classes that are longer than eight weeks.

The discount for Federal employees and their spouses and eligible dependents will be applied to out-of-state tuition and specialty graduate programs. It does not apply to doctoral programs. This discount cannot be combined with the Completion Scholarship for Maryland community college students or the Pennsylvania Completion Scholarship.

Undergraduate and standard graduate program tuition for students who meet the criteria for Maryland residency will be the applicable in-state rate. Tuition for active-duty military; members of the Selected Reserves, National Guard, and the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the spouses and dependents of these student groups will be the applicable military or specialty rate. If you are a student using Post 9/11 benefits, please contact an advisor at to determine if you can apply both benefits.

View important information about the education debt, earnings, and completion rates of students enrolled in certificate programs.

All students are required to pay tuition for all courses in which they are enrolled. Tuition rates are subject to the approval of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. They may be changed, or other charges may be included, as a result of the Board of Regents decisions. Notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other university publication, the university reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the university and the USM Board of Regents.

The Board of Regents has authorized the university to charge a student's delinquent account for all collection costs incurred by the university. The normal collection fee is 17 percent plus attorney and/or court costs. The service charge for a dishonored check is $ Requests for services (for example, transcripts, diplomas, registration) will be denied until all debts are paid.

Please see the Policy on Student Classification for Admission and Tuition Purposes for specific details about residency requirements.

Financial aid and tuition remission for University System of Maryland employees cannot be applied to noncredit courses. Golden ID benefits may not be applied to fees, noncredit courses, specialty undergraduate or graduate programs, or doctoral programs. Regular tuition rates apply for cooperative education, course challenge examinations, and EXCEL

GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available on the U.S. government GI Bill website.

The UCSP requirement may be waived if you previously earned a graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

Sours: https://www.umgc.edu/current-students/course-registration/academic-calendar/graduate.cfm

Schedule of Classes: What is the difference between semesters, terms and sessions?

At both the undergraduate and graduate level, terms (also referred to as semesters) denote the portion of the year in which the University of Maryland Global Campus holds courses:

  • The Undergraduate School offers courses in three terms: Fall, Spring, and Summer. Each lasts approximately 12 to 20 weeks.

  • The Graduate School offers courses in four terms, depending on your program: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer.

A session denotes the subset of coursework within a term, each with various start dates. Depending on the course you are choosing, sessions can last anywhere from four weeks to twelve weeks. The session offerings for the current term can be found on the Schedule of Classes. Find important dates for the academic year in the Academic Calendar.

The discount for Federal employees and their spouses and eligible dependents will be applied to out-of-state tuition and specialty graduate programs. It does not apply to doctoral programs. This discount cannot be combined with the Completion Scholarship for Maryland community college students or the Pennsylvania Completion Scholarship.

Undergraduate and standard graduate program tuition for students who meet the criteria for Maryland residency will be the applicable in-state rate. Tuition for active-duty military; members of the Selected Reserves, National Guard, and the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the spouses and dependents of these student groups will be the applicable military or specialty rate. If you are a student using Post 9/11 benefits, please contact an advisor at to determine if you can apply both benefits.

View important information about the education debt, earnings, and completion rates of students enrolled in certificate programs.

All students are required to pay tuition for all courses in which they are enrolled. Tuition rates are subject to the approval of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. They may be changed, or other charges may be included, as a result of the Board of Regents decisions. Notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other university publication, the university reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the university and the USM Board of Regents.

The Board of Regents has authorized the university to charge a student's delinquent account for all collection costs incurred by the university. The normal collection fee is 17 percent plus attorney and/or court costs. The service charge for a dishonored check is $ Requests for services (for example, transcripts, diplomas, registration) will be denied until all debts are paid.

Please see the Policy on Student Classification for Admission and Tuition Purposes for specific details about residency requirements.

Financial aid and tuition remission for University System of Maryland employees cannot be applied to noncredit courses. Golden ID benefits may not be applied to fees, noncredit courses, specialty undergraduate or graduate programs, or doctoral programs. Regular tuition rates apply for cooperative education, course challenge examinations, and EXCEL

GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available on the U.S. government GI Bill website.

The UCSP requirement may be waived if you previously earned a graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

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Academic Calendar: View Start Dates and Registration Deadlines

All students are required to pay tuition for all courses in which they are enrolled. Tuition rates are subject to the approval of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. They may be changed, or other charges may be included, as a result of the Board of Regents decisions. Notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other university publication, the university reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the university and the USM Board of Regents.

The Board of Regents has authorized the university to charge a student's delinquent account for all collection costs incurred by the university. The normal collection fee is 17 percent plus attorney and/or court costs. The service charge for a dishonored check is $ Requests for services (for example, transcripts, diplomas, registration) will be denied until all debts are paid.

Please see the Policy on Student Classification for Admission and Tuition Purposes for specific details about residency requirements.

Financial aid and tuition remission for University System of Maryland employees cannot be applied to noncredit courses. Golden ID benefits may not be applied to fees, noncredit courses, specialty undergraduate or graduate programs, or doctoral programs. Regular tuition rates apply for cooperative education, course challenge examinations, and EXCEL

GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available on the U.S. government GI Bill website.

The UCSP requirement may be waived if you previously earned a graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

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Academic Calendar

Find important dates for the academic year, including session start dates, registration deadlines, and holidays.

Plan your upcoming semester at University of Maryland Global Campus by reviewing deadlines to register, add, drop, withdraw, and more. And, check the schedule of classes to see what's being offered in the upcoming term, then register for your classes.

Undergraduate

Summer

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jun. 15

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Session 1
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Hybrid Session 2
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jun. 15

Fall

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
May 1–Sep. 21

Online Session 3
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 19

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Session 1
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Hybrid Session 2
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 19

Spring

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Jan. 11

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Feb. 15

Online Session 3
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Mar. 15

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Session 1
Registration Period:
Sep. 13–Jan. 11

Hybrid Session 2
Registration Period:
Sep. 13–Mar. 15

Graduate

Summer

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jul. 13

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Standard Session
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jul. 13

MBA Sessions

Online MBA: Requiring PRO
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jul. 13

Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jul. 13

Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Doctoral Sessions

Doctor of Management: DMCC Courses
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 11

Fall

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
May 1–Sep. 21

Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Standard Session
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

MBA Sessions

Online MBA: Requiring PRO
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Doctoral Sessions

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

DMCC Courses
Registration Period:
May 1–Sep. 7

Winter

Online Sessions

Online Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBA
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Jan. 11

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBA
Registration Period:
Sep. 13–Jan. 11

Doctoral Sessions

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Jan. 11

Spring

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Jan. 11

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Feb. 15

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Standard Session
Registration Period:
Sep. 13–Jan. 11

Graduate Calendar

View the graduate calendar for session start dates, registration deadlines, and holidays.

The discount for Federal employees and their spouses and eligible dependents will be applied to out-of-state tuition and specialty graduate programs. It does not apply to doctoral programs. This discount cannot be combined with the Completion Scholarship for Maryland community college students or the Pennsylvania Completion Scholarship.

Undergraduate and standard graduate program tuition for students who meet the criteria for Maryland residency will be the applicable in-state rate. Tuition for active-duty military; members of the Selected Reserves, National Guard, and the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the spouses and dependents of these student groups will be the applicable military or specialty rate. If you are a student using Post 9/11 benefits, please contact an advisor at to determine if you can apply both benefits.

View important information about the education debt, earnings, and completion rates of students enrolled in certificate programs.

All students are required to pay tuition for all courses in which they are enrolled. Tuition rates are subject to the approval of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. They may be changed, or other charges may be included, as a result of the Board of Regents decisions. Notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other university publication, the university reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the university and the USM Board of Regents.

The Board of Regents has authorized the university to charge a student's delinquent account for all collection costs incurred by the university. The normal collection fee is 17 percent plus attorney and/or court costs. The service charge for a dishonored check is $ Requests for services (for example, transcripts, diplomas, registration) will be denied until all debts are paid.

Please see the Policy on Student Classification for Admission and Tuition Purposes for specific details about residency requirements.

Financial aid and tuition remission for University System of Maryland employees cannot be applied to noncredit courses. Golden ID benefits may not be applied to fees, noncredit courses, specialty undergraduate or graduate programs, or doctoral programs. Regular tuition rates apply for cooperative education, course challenge examinations, and EXCEL

GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available on the U.S. government GI Bill website.

The UCSP requirement may be waived if you previously earned a graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

Sours: https://www.umgc.edu/current-students/course-registration/academic-calendar/index.cfm

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Online Academic Calendar and Start Dates

Convenient and flexible course schedules at UMGC help you fit education into your busy life.

At University of Maryland Global Campus, we've designed our academic calendar to help you balance your academic schedule with family and job commitments. We offer multiple sessions each semester, so you can fit one or more courses into your life each fall, spring, and summer.

Choose from online or hybrid course options and check the schedule of classes to see what's being offered in the upcoming term.

Undergraduate

Summer

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jun. 15

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Session 1
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Hybrid Session 2
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jun. 15

Fall

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
May 1–Sep. 21

Online Session 3
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 19

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Session 1
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Hybrid Session 2
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 19

Spring

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Jan. 11

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Feb. 15

Online Session 3
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Mar. 15

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Session 1
Registration Period:
Sep. 13–Jan. 11

Hybrid Session 2
Registration Period:
Sep. 13–Mar. 15

Graduate

Summer

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jul. 13

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Standard Session
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jul. 13

MBA Sessions

Online MBA: Requiring PRO
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jul. 13

Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–Jul. 13

Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 18

Doctoral Sessions

Doctor of Management: DMCC Courses
Registration Period:
Feb. 8–May 11

Fall

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
May 1–Sep. 21

Online Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Standard Session
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring DCL/CBR
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

MBA Sessions

Online MBA: Requiring PRO
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

Hybrid MBA: Requiring PRO
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

Dual MBA: Requiring DMBA
Registration Period:
May 1–Aug. 17

Doctoral Sessions

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Registration Period:
May 1–Oct. 5

DMCC Courses
Registration Period:
May 1–Sep. 7

Winter

Online Sessions

Online Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBA
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Jan. 11

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Session for Programs Requiring CBR/DCL/PRO and MBA
Registration Period:
Sep. 13–Jan. 11

Doctoral Sessions

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Jan. 11

Spring

Online Sessions

Online Session 1
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Jan. 11

Online Session 2
Registration Period:
Jun. 7–Feb. 15

Hybrid Sessions

Hybrid Standard Session
Registration Period:
Sep. 13–Jan. 11

The discount for Federal employees and their spouses and eligible dependents will be applied to out-of-state tuition and specialty graduate programs. It does not apply to doctoral programs. This discount cannot be combined with the Completion Scholarship for Maryland community college students or the Pennsylvania Completion Scholarship.

Undergraduate and standard graduate program tuition for students who meet the criteria for Maryland residency will be the applicable in-state rate. Tuition for active-duty military; members of the Selected Reserves, National Guard, and the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the spouses and dependents of these student groups will be the applicable military or specialty rate. If you are a student using Post 9/11 benefits, please contact an advisor at to determine if you can apply both benefits.

View important information about the education debt, earnings, and completion rates of students enrolled in certificate programs.

All students are required to pay tuition for all courses in which they are enrolled. Tuition rates are subject to the approval of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. They may be changed, or other charges may be included, as a result of the Board of Regents decisions. Notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other university publication, the university reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the university and the USM Board of Regents.

The Board of Regents has authorized the university to charge a student's delinquent account for all collection costs incurred by the university. The normal collection fee is 17 percent plus attorney and/or court costs. The service charge for a dishonored check is $ Requests for services (for example, transcripts, diplomas, registration) will be denied until all debts are paid.

Please see the Policy on Student Classification for Admission and Tuition Purposes for specific details about residency requirements.

Financial aid and tuition remission for University System of Maryland employees cannot be applied to noncredit courses. Golden ID benefits may not be applied to fees, noncredit courses, specialty undergraduate or graduate programs, or doctoral programs. Regular tuition rates apply for cooperative education, course challenge examinations, and EXCEL

GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available on the U.S. government GI Bill website.

The UCSP requirement may be waived if you previously earned a graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

Complete this form to have an admissions advisor contact you. If you're a current UMGC student, please visit the Help Center.

Sours: https://www.umgc.edu/admissions/academic-calendar.cfm
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Academic Calendar

Check out our flexible start dates and fit your educational goals into your busy life.

At University of Maryland Global Campus, we've designed our academic calendar to help you balance your academic schedule with family and job commitments. We offer multiple sessions each semester, so you can fit one or more courses into your life each fall, spring, and summer.

Choose from online, on-site, or hybrid formats and check the schedule of classes to see what's being offered in the upcoming term. Our on-site classes are offered on evenings and weekends since the majority of our students are working while pursuing a degree.

Undergraduate

Fall

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

Session TypeFall
AugSepOctNovDec
On-site Session 118 Aug - 12 Oct
(8 weeks)
On-site Session 220 Oct - 14 Dec
(8 weeks)
Online Session 118 Aug - 14 Oct
(8 weeks)
Online Session 222 Sep - 19 Nov
(8 weeks)
Online Session 320 Oct - 16 Dec
(8 weeks)
Online Seminar Session 118 Aug - 21 Sep
(4 weeks)
Online Seminar Session 222 Sep - 26 Oct
(4 weeks)
Online Seminar Session 320 Oct - 23 Nov
(4 weeks)

Spring

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

Session TypeSpring
DecJanFebMarAprMay
On-site Intersession
15 Dec - 11 Jan
(4 weeks)
On-site Session 1
12 Jan - 8 Mar
(8 weeks)
On-site Session 2
16 Mar - 10 May
(8 weeks)
Online Session 1
12 Jan - 8 Mar
(8 weeks)
Online Session 2
16 Feb - 12 Apr
(8 weeks)
Online Session 3
16 Mar - 10 May
(8 weeks)
Online Seminar Session 1
12 Jan - 8 Feb
(4 weeks)
Online Seminar Session 2
16 Feb - 15 Mar
(4 weeks)
Online Seminar Session 3
16 Mar - 12 Apr
(4 weeks)

Summer

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

Session TypeSummer
MayJunJulAug
On-site 1st 7-week
Registration Deadline: 11 May
12 May - 29 Jun
(7 weeks)
On-site 8-week
Registration Deadline: 15 Jun
16 Jun - 10 Aug
(8 weeks)
On-site 2nd 7-week
Registration Deadline: 29 Jun
30 Jun - 17 Aug
(7 weeks)
Online Session 1
Registration Deadline: 18 May
19 May - 13 Jul
(8 weeks)
Online Session 2
Registration Deadline: 15 Jun
16 Jun - 10 Aug
(8 weeks)
Online Seminar Session 1
Registration Deadline: 18 May
19 May - 15 Jun
(4 weeks)
Online Seminar Session 2
Registration Deadline: 15 Jun
16 Jun - 13 Jul
(4 weeks)
COMMENCEMENTTo be announced

Special note to students

  • Dates are tentative.

  • UMGC Europe session dates and/or course dates may differ from UMGC Stateside schedules.

  • All hybrid classes officially start on the first day of the session, even if the first in-person meeting occurs later in the session.

  • Weekend classes may be conducted on the weekend the session starts and/or on the weekend the session ends.

Graduate

Cybersecurity Technology / MBA

Cybersecurity Technology / MBA Academic Calendar

Fall

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

SESSION TYPEFALL
AugSepOctNovDec
Online/On-site Session 1

6 Oct – 21 Dec
(11 weeks)

Winter

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

SESSION TYPEWINTER
JanFebMarAprMay
Online/On-site Session 1

12 Jan – 29 Mar
(11 weeks)

Spring

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

SESSION TYPESPRING
FebMarAprMayJun
Online/On-site Session 1

13 Apr – 28 Jun
(11 weeks)

Summer

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

SESSION TYPESUMMER
MayJunJulAugSep
Online/On-site Session 1
Registration Deadline: 13 Jul

14 Jul – 28 Sep
(11 weeks)

COMMENCEMENTTo be announced

Special note to students

  • Dates are tentative.
  • UMGC Europe session dates and/or course dates may differ from UMGC Stateside schedules.
  • All hybrid classes officially start on the first day of the session, even if the first in-person meeting occurs later in the session.
  • Weekend classes may be conducted on the weekend the session starts and/or on the weekend the session ends.

MSIT / MSM

MSIT/MSM Academic Calendar

Fall

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

SESSION TYPEFALL
AugSepOctNovDec
On-site Session 1

18 Aug – 12 Oct
(8 weeks)

Online Session 1

18 Aug – 9 Nov
(12 weeks)

On-site Session 2

20 Oct – 14 Dec
(8 weeks)

Online Session 2

22 Sep – 14 Dec
(12 weeks)

Spring

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

SESSION TYPESPRING
JanFebMarAprMay
On-site Session 1

12 Jan – 8 Mar
(8 weeks)

Online Session 1

12 Jan – 5 Apr
(12 weeks)

On-site Session 2

16 Mar – 10 May
(8 weeks)

Online Session 2

16 Feb – 10 May
(12 weeks)

Summer

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

SESSION TYPESUMMER
MayJunJulAugSep
On-site Session 1
Registration Deadline: 18 May

19 May – 13 Jul
(8 weeks)

On-site/ Online Session 1
Registration Deadline: 18 May

19 May – 10 Aug
(12 weeks)

COMMENCEMENTTo be announced

Special note to students

  • Dates are tentative.
  • UMGC Europe session dates and/or course dates may differ from UMGC Stateside schedules.
  • All hybrid classes officially start on the first day of the session, even if the first in-person meeting occurs later in the session.
  • Weekend classes may be conducted on the weekend the session starts and/or on the weekend the session ends.

Social Work (MSW/BASW)

Social Work (MSW/BASW) Academic Calendar

Fall

Early registration is possible weeks prior to the start of the session.

SESSION TYPEFALL
AugSepOctNovDec
On-site/Online Session 1

30 Aug – 18 Oct
(7 weeks)

On-site/Online Session 2

19 Oct – 10 Dec
(7 weeks)

On-site/Online Full Session

30 Aug – 10 Dec
(14 weeks)

Spring

SESSION TYPESPRING
JanFebMarAprMay
On-site/Online Session 1
Registration Deadline: 24 Jan

25 Jan – 12 Mar
(7 weeks)

On-site/Online Session 2
Registration Deadline: 21 Mar

22 Mar – 7 May
(7 weeks)

On-site/Online Full Session
Registration Deadline: 24 Jan

25 Jan – 7 May
(14 weeks)

Summer

SESSION TYPESUMMER
MayJunJulAugSep
On-site/Online Session 1
Registration Deadline: To be announced

To be announced

COMMENCEMENTTo be announced

Special note to students

  • Dates are tentative.
  • UMGC Europe session dates and/or course dates may differ from UMGC Stateside schedules.
  • All hybrid classes officially start on the first day of the session, even if the first in-person meeting occurs later in the session.
  • Weekend classes may be conducted on the weekend the session starts and/or on the weekend the session ends.

The discount for Federal employees and their spouses and eligible dependents will be applied to out-of-state tuition and specialty graduate programs. It does not apply to doctoral programs. This discount cannot be combined with the Completion Scholarship for Maryland community college students or the Pennsylvania Completion Scholarship.

Undergraduate and standard graduate program tuition for students who meet the criteria for Maryland residency will be the applicable in-state rate. Tuition for active-duty military; members of the Selected Reserves, National Guard, and the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the spouses and dependents of these student groups will be the applicable military or specialty rate. If you are a student using Post 9/11 benefits, please contact an advisor at to determine if you can apply both benefits.

View important information about the education debt, earnings, and completion rates of students enrolled in certificate programs.

All students are required to pay tuition for all courses in which they are enrolled. Tuition rates are subject to the approval of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. They may be changed, or other charges may be included, as a result of the Board of Regents decisions. Notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other university publication, the university reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the university and the USM Board of Regents.

The Board of Regents has authorized the university to charge a student's delinquent account for all collection costs incurred by the university. The normal collection fee is 17 percent plus attorney and/or court costs. The service charge for a dishonored check is $ Requests for services (for example, transcripts, diplomas, registration) will be denied until all debts are paid.

Please see the Policy on Student Classification for Admission and Tuition Purposes for specific details about residency requirements.

Financial aid and tuition remission for University System of Maryland employees cannot be applied to noncredit courses. Golden ID benefits may not be applied to fees, noncredit courses, specialty undergraduate or graduate programs, or doctoral programs. Regular tuition rates apply for cooperative education, course challenge examinations, and EXCEL

GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available on the U.S. government GI Bill website.

The UCSP requirement may be waived if you previously earned a graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

Complete this form to have an admissions advisor contact you. If you're a current UMGC student, please visit our advisors at the education center or in our virtual offices for help.

Sours: https://europe.umgc.edu/students/calendars-and-classes/calendars/index.cfm

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Semester Session Dates - University of Maryland Global Campus Academic Calendar

All students are required to pay tuition for all courses in which they are enrolled. Tuition rates are subject to the approval of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. They may be changed, or other charges may be included, as a result of the Board of Regents decisions. Notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other university publication, the university reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the university and the USM Board of Regents.

The Board of Regents has authorized the university to charge a student's delinquent account for all collection costs incurred by the university. The normal collection fee is 17 percent plus attorney and/or court costs. The service charge for a dishonored check is $ Requests for services (for example, transcripts, diplomas, registration) will be denied until all debts are paid.

Please see the Policy on Student Classification for Admission and Tuition Purposes for specific details about residency requirements.

Financial aid and tuition remission for University System of Maryland employees cannot be applied to noncredit courses. Golden ID benefits may not be applied to fees, noncredit courses, specialty undergraduate or graduate programs, or doctoral programs. Regular tuition rates apply for cooperative education, course challenge examinations, and EXCEL

GI Bill is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More information about education benefits offered by VA is available on the U.S. government GI Bill website.

The UCSP requirement may be waived if you previously earned a graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. For more information, contact your academic advisor.

Sours: https://www.umgc.edu/help/help-topic.cfm?id=kA1dD3TFCA0&table=FAQ__kav&action=getArticle&fbSource=RelatedArticle


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