New Student Orientation - Fall 2024

MAGE's New Student Orientation will be held in-person and virtually this Spring on Wednesday, August 21st, 2024 for all newly admitted students to a Master of Engineering or Graduate Certificate in Engineering program for Fall 2024. Please register HERE.

While not mandatory, orientation serves as your formal introduction to the University of Maryland, A. James Clark School of Engineering and is also a wonderful chance to meet our staff! The event will start with a campus resource fair, welcome and presentation from the MAGE staff, followed by the opportunity to engage with current students in the program and participate in activities at UMD's TerpZone. Dinner will also be provided. 

If you are unable to attend the on-campus orientation, you will receive a link to virtually join the MAGE welcome and presentation.

MAGE In-Person New Student Orientation
Date: Wednesday, August 21st, 2024 5:00-10:00PM EST
Location: The Stamp Student Union (Hoff Theater)
Address: Adele H. Stamp Student Union 3972 Campus Dr, College Park, MD 20742
Register by Tuesday, August 20, 2024

Frequently Asked Questions

Our mission is to provide our students with the most accurate and timely information as it pertains to their academic success.  We are always happy to meet with our students and encourage them to make an appointment to speak with an advisor at least once per semester. Please visit our advising webpage to learn more about who to contact. 

Tuition and fees vary by the delivery method in which you take courses. Student fees are assessed separately and may also vary depending upon where you are taking your classes. Tuition and fees for the Master of Engineering and Graduate Certificate in Engineering degree programs do not differentiate between in-state and out of state. The University of Maryland offers several different payment methods, including an installment plan. Please go to our tuition webpage for the latest information.

Yes! The University of Maryland Graduate Student Association is a great resource for fun events, advocating for graduate student needs, and getting involved on campus. Learn more about the Graduate Student Association here