From its beginnings, the University has granted educational access to a remarkably wide range of students: working adults, first-generation college goers, career changers, and those who require the flexibility not found in traditional college settings.
The University of Baltimore is home to a vibrant community of scholars who regularly engage in research, scholarship, and creative activity. Our faculty actively publish their research in leading journals, serve on editorial boards, and engage in applied research where they apply the theories they teach in the classroom to address contemporary issues.
Getting a job requires more than a degree. Employers want well-rounded graduates with professional attitudes and skills developed through experiences beyond the classroom. It's never too early—or too late—to plan for your future. With the right type of coaching, mentoring and practice, we'll help get you there.
There are many great housing options all around UB Midtown. If you live near campus, you'll not only be steps from classes, but also close to your friends and all the conveniences and luxuries city life provides. UB is one mile from downtown Baltimore and right in the middle of the city's vibrant cultural district. The fabric around UB is made up of theaters, museums and an opera house, as well as the hip Station North Arts & Entertainment District.
The 501 is located approximately a mile from campus. The facility offers granite kitchens, stainless steel appliances, free WiFi, Direct TV-enabled rooms, a 24-hour fitness center, outdoor green space and free on-site parking. Fully furnished units are available at no extra charge.
All UB students are automatically members of the Recreation Center (you'll need to bring your Bee Card for access), as well as many UB staff and faculty members. All remaining staff and faculty, as well as UB alumni, can purchase membership.
There's something for everyone when it comes to getting involved at UB. Our student-run organizations cover academic, cultural, professional and social topics. No matter what you're into—anime, dance, fashion, law, politics or sports, to name a few—you'll fit right in.
The University of Baltimore is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The University also holds specialized accreditations from AACSB International (Merrick School of Business), the ABA (School of Law), CALEA (University of Baltimore Police), and other agencies and organizations, and is is committed to meet its obligations as outlined in the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and in other reporting requirements.