University of Maryland University College Launches Campaign Highlighting Historic Mission and “Hustle” of its Students

Adelphi, Md. (August 14, 2018)—University of Maryland University College (UMUC) has launched a new advertising campaign—“Made for You”—that highlights the institution’s historic mission: to bring quality, affordable education to adult and military students outside of the traditional college campus as it has for more than 70 years. The campaign celebrates the hard work and “hustle” that students display as they juggle family, jobs, and even military service while they pursue their educational goals.Continue Reading

Hidden Heroes of Severely Injured Military Servicemembers Awarded Pillars of Strength Scholarships to Attend University of Maryland University College

MGM National Harbor to host June 28 ceremony and reception to honor 2018 Pillars of Strength Scholarship recipients

Adelphi, Md. (April 18, 2019) – The Pillars of Strength Scholarship Program has selected six caregivers of severely injured servicemembers to receive full scholarships to attend University of Maryland University College (UMUC).Continue Reading

University of Maryland University College Partners with NSA’s National Cryptologic School to Encourage More Cyber, Language Degree-seekers

University of Maryland University College (UMUC) and the National Security Agency’s National Cryptologic School (NCS) have signed an agreement that will create an additional pathway for NSA employees, including active-duty military personnel, to increase their skills and gain academic credit toward degrees in cybersecurity and foreign languages from UMUC.

“It is our honor to partner with the National Security Agency and its National Cryptologic School in this important articulation agreement,” UMUC President Javier Miyares said during a signing ceremony held at the National Cryptologic Museum. The agreement “promises to help the Agency further develop its bench strength, while at the same time supporting employees who are seeking to advance professionally and military personnel who are transitioning to civilian careers.”Continue Reading