The University of Maryland has a broad range of degrees available, as is expected of a public, state university. It has one of the most satisfying recreation centers, with several indoor and outdoor pools, basketball courts, free weights, nautilus, treadmills, and more. The campus rolls with the hills it's built on and provides a beautiful oasis from the city-feel that surrounds it. It is mainly a commuter school, though, as there are not enough dorms for the students. There is an on-campus organization devoted to meet commuter-students' needs: Commuter Affairs and Community Services. They provide information on how to find apartments/rooms to rent in the area and how best to get around. There is also a bus service that allows all Maryland students to use their student cards to get around town for free.