Should you choose to move or relocate, it is important to develop a moving plan and budget. There are many online websites available to provide free quotes and other types of resources. To develop a moving budget and plan online, use a resource such as this one: maryland-movers.org.
BRAC Employment Opportunities
The Maryland Workforce Exchange provides more information about BRAC Employment Opportunities. To learn more, go to: mwe.dllr.state.md.us/BRAC
K-12 Public Schools
The links below provide more information about Maryland K-12 public schools:
If you are looking for a MD Masters or Doctoral program, use this online tool to find educational programs which match your academic interests: mhec.state.md.us.
The University System of Maryland, Morgan State University, and St. Mary's College of Maryland have agreed to offer in-state tuition to eligible military employees, civilian contractor employees, and their family members who are moving to Maryland because of the Base Realignment and Closure Act. The waiver will not go into effect until you have taken up residence in Maryland.
Maryland Residency & Financial Aid
Military, civilian personnel and defense contractors and their families who relocate to Maryland and enroll in a post-secondary institution will be considered Maryland residents for State financial assistance with appropriate documentation. Information on financial assistance and applications can be found on the MHEC website mhec.state.md.us.by clicking on "Financial Aid Applications" under "Students, Parents, and Counselors" on our homepage.
This site is brought to you by Towson University's Financial Services, DECO EEOL and the Maryland Coalition for Financial Literacy with a grant from the BRAC Higher Education Investment Fund, administered by the Maryland Higher Education Commission.
There are 5 major Maryland areas impacted by BRAC. Use this map to see their location & county within MD: mdhousing.org/BRAC/Map