Getting to Maryland

One of the best things about coming to Maryland is its central location. If you are looking to explore the East Coast of the US, Maryland is a great place to start.

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Airports

The major international airport in Maryland is called Baltimore-Washington International (BWI). However, the central location means that there is easy access to Maryland from three other major international airports: Ronald Reagan Washington (DCA), Washington Dulles (IAD) and Philadelphia International (PHL) are all an easy trip to Maryland.

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Busses and Trains

Every Maryland city has plenty of bus and train routes that make it easy to get around.  You can also take trips to surrounding cities by using AMTRAK, Greyhound, and many more busses and trains that you can find using Wanderu.

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School Shuttles

Exploring off campus is straightforward and simple.  The Community College of Baltimore County, Towson University, and Montgomery College have their own shuttles that will take you where you need to go locally.  Additionally, Towson University, Notre Dame of Maryland, The Community College of Baltimore County, and Goucher College are all connected by the Collegetown Shuttle, which also brings students into downtown Baltimore.