What is UMBC’s graduation rate?
How does the academic achievement of transfer students at UMBC compare with that of traditional freshmen?
What do our students like to do for fun?
Which of our colleges graduates the greatest number of Ph.D.s?
Which Federal agencies are most strongly represented in UMBC’s research expenditures?
How does campus funding for capital projects compare to capital funds allocated to other Maryland public campuses?
Learn all this and more at the UMBC Data Gallery on display in the University Center Ballroom, Tuesday, November 27, noon to 5 p.m., and Wednesday, November 28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This exhibit of posters and digital displays provides a look at the rich information resources now available to support strategy and planning at UMBC. All members of the campus community are encouraged to tour the gallery and learn about campus accomplishments and challenges in undergraduate education, graduate education, research and community engagement. To review many of the posters online, click here to go to the Taking Stock myUMBC group. Log in with your UMBC login and password, join the Taking Stock group, and then click on the Documents tab to access Data Gallery posters.