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The Women in Engineering Program is eager to welcome you to the Clark School community! While learning about and applying to college is exciting, it can also be overwhelming.  The Women in Engineering Program is here to help! Our events and online resources will help you to explore Maryland Engineering and prepare a strong and stand-out application to the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering.

Be TerrapinSTRONG! Apply to UMD. 

Discover Engineering: Hosted by UMD's Society of Women Engineers

Discover Engineering, hosted by UMD's Society of Women Engineers, is an opportunity for prospective students to learn about the Clark School of Engineering, participate in hands-on engineering activities, and hear from current students. Discover Engineering will take place on the University of Maryland College Park campus during Maryland Day.

Saturday, April 29, 2023
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
RSVP for Discover Engineering

SWE @ UMD's Prospective Student Workbook

To help you along your college application journey, The UMD Chapter of the Society of Women Engineers has created a Prospective Student Workbook.  This Workbook contains interactive reflection questions and a blank notes section to keep track of your thoughts and feelings during the college search process.  

SWE Prospective Student Workbook

Visit the Clark School

Prospective first-year and transfer students are invited to join the Clark School for virtual information sessions and in-person facilities tours.  Programs are conducted by Clark School Ambassadors, current engineering students within the college, who will be able to answer your questions about the admissions process, student life, and all things in between!

How to Apply to UMD

Freshman students applying to the University of Maryland can do so using either the CommonApp or the StandOut Admissions Network platform. 

Engineering is a Limited Enrollment Program.
What does that mean? 

Engineering at Maryland is one of thirteen Limited Enrollment Programs (LEP) on campus. Because the School of Engineering does not have space to accommodate all applicants who indicate an interest in engineering, there is a separate, more competitive, review process for admission into the Clark School.  

THERE IS NOT A SEPARATE APPLICATION. Once you are admitted into the University, your application will be automatically reviewed by the Clark School's Admissions Committee.

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Take A Virtual Tour!

Can't come to campus right now? Click on the image below to take a virtual tour of the A. James Clark School of Engineering.