Skip to content

The University of Baltimore is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive community where all students, faculty and staff feel valued and supported and are able to engage in dialogue through conscious questioning and active listening.

Located in the heart of its vibrant namesake city, UB embodies the multiculturalism that is critical to its role as an urban anchor institution. The University's commitment to diversity extends to its academic and co-curricular programming, enrollment policies, retention initiatives, hiring processes and purchasing decisions.

 

 

Celebrating Diverse Students

students on gordon plaza

We celebrate diversity—in its broadest sense—among our students, who expect and demand a campus community that strives for inclusive excellence.

 

Diversity in Academics

students in class

In the classroom and beyond, the University of Baltimore strives to teach the positive impacts that respecting and embracing diversity have on our local and global communities.

 

Brave spaces

 The University of Baltimore supports and encourages "brave spaces." A brave space is a community space where different points on a journey of learning and growing are acknowledged. Community members engage in dialogue through conscious questioning and active listening. While all are expected to make their best effort to be respectful, there is an understanding that someone may say something that results in unintentional offense and hurt feelings for those around. A primary assumption of brave space is that everyone speaks with the positive intent of seeking greater knowledge and understanding.

Facilities

Gender Neutral Restrooms

  • Academic Center, 5th floor
    (2 restrooms)
  • John and Frances Angelos Law Center, 1st floor (2 restrooms)
  • UB Student Center, Lower Level
    (2 restrooms)
  • William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center, 4th floor (2 restrooms)

Lactation Rooms

  • John and Frances Angelos Law Center, Room 032
  • William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center, Room 429
Last Published 3/10/17