ENOUGH STUDENTS TO HELP
YOU LAUNCH AT LEAST YOUR
FIRST THREE STARTUPS.


Whether you’re just finding your footing or have had a firm foundation for decades, the University of Maryland in College Park has 4,000 computer science students—more than any other university in the country. They've got bold, fearless ideas, the latest skills and lots of energy, along with a desire to do great things. Let's get together and connect you.

#1

for number of computer science students

65%

of computer science graduates stay in the D.C. region

#1

for number of female computer science students

Something else that’s incredible about this tech incubator is its proximity to the Discovery District, a thriving area for startups—and being right in the heart of that is just fantastic.

Gill Haus, Retail and Direct Bank CIO, Capital One

90% more affordable than Palo Alto


A $300,000 home in College Park, Maryland, will cost more than $3 million in Silicon Valley.* And that’s just the start. Companies here have access to three airports, dining, shopping and cultural opportunities—all on the doorstep of the world’s most important capital city.

*Source: BestPlaces.net

EXPLORE COLLEGE PARK

Consider yourself “fashionably late”


Banking powerhouse Capital One teamed up with UMD to open the new Center for Machine Learning, which will tackle challenges in big data, computer vision, health care and financial transactions. Tech giant Adobe is also partnering with university researchers at its new location in the Discovery District. Successful UMD-launched companies, including data management platform Immuta, quantum computer-building ionQ and bandage alternative gel-e, opened their headquarters near campus, recognizing the long-term advantages of collaborating with the University of Maryland. We can build a custom relationship to benefit your business, too.


EXPLORE PARTNERSHIPS

The official sponsors of tomorrow


Sergey Brin earned his degree in computer science and mathematics here. Brendan Iribe and two fellow Terps helped launch Oculus. Anthony Casalena started Squarespace in a UMD dorm room. The University of Maryland’s legacy of talent is one reason why we’re known around the world as a leader in computer science.


HIRE TALENT

Ready for more?

Let’s talk. If you’re looking to hire talented students, partner with the university for research, or hear more about setting up shop in the Discovery District of Greater College Park, get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to begin the conversation.