Academic Tool Kit Dismissal
Required for ALL new students!
All Woolies and new students should head to Erickson Field by 2:45 p.m. for Academic Tool Kit dismissal. Find your Academic Major Category organized by color and head to the Academic Tool Kit Session.
Humanities/Performing Arts Majors (Red)
Performing Arts and Humanities Building (PAHB), Room 132
Acting, Africana Studies, American Studies, Ancient Studies, Asian Studies,
Dance, English, Gender and Women’s Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies, Media and
Communications Studies, Modern Language and Linguistics, Music, Philosophy, Theatre
Social Sciences Majors (Green)
Sherman Hall, B-Wing, Room 003, Lecture Hall 4
Anthropology, Management of Aging Studies, Asian Studies, Economics, Financial
Economics, Geography, Global Studies, Health Administration and Policy, History, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology
Visual Arts Majors (Purple)
Fine Arts (FA), Room 107A
This session is for all students in their first year at UMBC as approved Visual Arts Majors. Important information related to your program will be shared during this session.
Chemical, Biochemical & Environmental Engineering, & Mechanical Engineering Majors (Orange)
Engineering Building (ENGR), Room 027 (Lecture Hall 5)
Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Information Systems and Business Technology Administration Majors (Blue)
University Center Ballroom, Third Floor of the University Center
Exploratory/Undecided Majors (Pink)
Information Technology and Engineering (ITE) Building, Rm 102 (Lecture Hall 8)
Come learn from experts how you can take your many interests and build them into a meaningful academic experience. You might be surprised how doing the things you enjoy actually connects with many of UMBC’s academic offerings.
Natural Science and Mathematics Majors (Yellow)
Meyerhoff/Chemistry Building, Room 030, Lecture Hall 2
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics and Computational
Biology, Biology, Biology Education, Chemistry, Chemistry Education-Biochemistry, Chemistry Education-Physical Chemistry, Emergency Health Services, Environmental Science/Studies, Mathematics, Physics, Physics Education, and Statistics