LaVeist joins George Washington University's Milken Institute Read More >
Ernest Boger II was the University of South Florida's first black student in the early 1960s and would go on to break ground in countless ways.
“History Continues: Contemporary African-American Artists,” opens Feb. 4 with a reception from 4-6 p.m. in the Mosely Gallery.
Get involved! With over 60 student organizations including clubs, service organizations, experiential learning opportunities, intramural sports teams and Greek organizations, you will find a place where friends share similar interests, ambitions and goals.
Hawkville is a vibrant, exciting place to be! Read More >
Are you the one who belongs at UMES? Come visit and find out. Read More >
See what's cooking at the Plateau, Café Grande, Chick-Fil-A, Mondo Subs, and Be Right Burger. Read More >
There are various programs of financial assistance to meet your needs.
Welcome to your home away from home! There are many benefits to campus living.
Need a Starbucks Latte to get you through the afternoon or a big lunch to power through study time? We have you covered.
Strengthening partnerships on and beyond our physical campus.
No matter what your interest there are activities, leadership development opportunities, clubs and organizations just waiting for you!
Ongoing research into food safety, infectious diseases, precision agriculture, and more takes place right here!
There's always something exciting happening at UMES and we want to share it with you!
A quartet of young UMES entrepreneurs win seed funding for their business ideas Read More >
The UMES Foundation invites you to invest today in tomorrow's future. Read More >
Agriculture, engineering & aviation science in pursuit of precision agriculture Read More >