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August 25, 2011
Bulletins Found: 7
1. Web Registration Closes for the Fall 2011 Semester Tomorrow
On August 26, Web registration closes for fall. Students are not able to make changes online after this date. Any changes needed after August 26 must be processed through the SSW's Office of Registration, Room 1W07....More
2. An Invitation From President Perman to an Open Forum Today
Faculty/Staff/Students - A study is in progress to determine the pros/cons and to determine whether a merger between UMBC and our university would be beneficial to all parties involved. Your input is encouraged at an open forum. Bring lunch and join ...More
3. UM WELCOME WEEK EVENTS CALENDAR -- August 29 Through September 1
The University of Maryland's Annual Welcome Week kicks off August 29 through September 1. Check out events that will be happening during this fun-filled week!...More
4. Get the Latest on the SSW's 50th Anniversary on Our 50th's Facebook Page
Get the latest information about the School's 50th Anniversary on our 50th Anniversary Facebook Page -- photos, videos, conversation, and more!...More
Please note important information regarding impending traffic congestion in the downtown area....More
6. Come Ride With Us On Friday, 8/26
Love going to Patterson Park, meeting other students, or riding transportation provided by the MTA? Then ditch your car and ride the bus to Patterson Park with the Sustainability Committee!...More
7. Campus-wide GIS Users Group August Meeting Today
"Using the Maryland iMap Data Repository," will be presented by Ashley Buzzeo, Towson University, Center for GIS....More