The first regional higher education center was established in 1994 as the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center. In March 2019, the Center reformed as the University System of Maryland at Southern Maryland.
In 1997, the Waldorf Center for Higher Education was founded in Charles County as a partnership between the College of Southern Maryland and the University of Maryland University College.
The Universities at Shady Grove opened in Rockville (Montgomery County) in 2000.
Beginning in 2001, the Laurel College Center started as a partnership between Prince George's Community College and Howard Community College.
The Anne Arundel Community College at Arundel Mills and the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center at Chesapeake College in Wye Mills (Queen Anne's County) both opened in 2003.
In January 2005, the University System of Maryland Hagerstown began operations.
Towson University in Northeastern Maryland opened in 2014.
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