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Scholars Programs at UMBC

Scholars define their future through innovative approaches to study. UMBC is especially known for named seven scholars programs* – the Center for Women in Technology (CWIT) Scholars, Cyber Scholars, Meyerhoff Scholars (science and engineering), Humanities Scholars, Linehan Artist Scholars, Sherman Teacher Education Scholars and Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars. These competitive programs combine financial awards with special opportunities for advanced research, unique seminars, directed internships, study abroad and more.

The deadline for Fall 2019 Applicants is January 15, 2019

Center for Women in Technology Scholars Program
Cyber Scholars
Humanities Scholars Program
Linehan Artist Scholars Program
Meyerhoff Scholars Program
Sherman STEM Teacher Education Scholars Program
Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars

* With the exception of the Cyber Scholars Program and Sherman Teacher Education Scholars Program, the scholars programs are open only to incoming freshman applicants.