Welcome back students!
CMNS Peer Mentors Services are once again being held in-person during the regular Fall and Spring semesters.
Many important transactions can be accomplished online, including:
- requesting a high credit load for the Fall semester
- requesting an exception for a time conflict
Some transactions require review/approval, so we advise you to initiate these as soon as possible. Additional information and permission for exceptions to policy can be found in the Advising and Academic Planning area (also see the sidebar to the left on this page).
If you have questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301-405-2080. We wish you a very successful semester!
The College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences offers nearly 30 academic majors and minors. These academic programs prepare students to approach and solve important scientific, global, and societal challenges of the 21st century. Our curricula provide rigorous coursework, interdisciplinary approaches among math and science fields, and hands-on learning through laboratory experiences.
We are preparing students leaders who will make an impact—which can begin during their undergraduate studies. Our academic programs provide many opportunities for students to foster their interests in research, creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Beyond the classroom, our students gain practical experience through mentored research with faculty members on campus, or through internships in a wide range of federal laboratories, research institutes, and private companies in the Baltimore-Washington corridor.
Our outstanding students graduate well-prepared to enter top graduate programs across the country, professional schools in the health sciences, or employment in government agencies or the private sector.