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Sign up for an upcoming Information Session, or meet with Racquel Barnes, your admission counselor. She can help you with applying, learning about scholarships, getting a transcript evaluation, and taking the next steps towards enrolling. She can also be reached at 410.837.4784 or email@example.com.
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Financial Aid and Scholarships
Learn more about how to pay for your education, including our Complete for free opportunity!
We are investing in Pell Grant eligible transfer and military/veteran students by providing financial support toward tuition and fees while you complete your bachelor's degree. For additional information, visit the Bob Parsons Scholarship web page.
The UBalt Office of Financial Aid has various tools to help you learn more about completing the FAFSA, accepting your award, and managing your finances.
Visit our scholarship page to learn about other opportunities to fund your education.
We also offer a variety of merit-based scholarships that require no FAFSA and no separate application.Students with high merit, a 3.9 cumulative GPA or higher, who intended to complete their associate degree, may wish to apply for the Wilson Scholarship.
Not sure which major at Carroll to pursue, or which program at UBalt to enroll in? Use this chart to help you determine your path. Additional pathways may exist; work with an admission or academic adviser to choose the option that works best for you.
Graduate and Law School Options
We have multiple opportunities for you to continue your studies with one of our graduate programs or by enrolling in our School of Law.
The University of Baltimore offers many accelerated bachelor’s-to-master’s options that let you take up to 9 graduate credits that “double count” toward both degrees—saving you time and money! Get a head start on your graduate degree while saving up to $9,000. Or, learn more about our pre-law options that also save you time and money.
Students who do not or did not complete a degree at Carroll can participate in the reverse transfer program, which allows you to transfer credits from UBalt back to Carroll to earn your degree.
Learn more about applying as a Dual Enrolled, DACA/DREAMER, PTK, or Military-Affiliated student.
Dual Enrollment: Students who are currently taking both High School and College-Level coursework can apply to The University of Baltimore. Students who will complete at least 30 college-level credits prior to enrolling should talk with Racquel Barnes, your transfer admission counselor. Students with less than 30 credits should speak with Brandon Farmer, 410.837.5265 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or click here to schedule an appointment with Brandon.
DACA/DREAMERS: UBalt accepts student regardless of their citizenship status. However, additional steps may be required to qualify for in state tuition, transfer credits from institutions earned outside the U.S., or to satisfy English language proficiency requirements. Want to know more about the Maryland Dream Act? General information on the Maryland DREAM Act or Complete the Non-Resident Tuition Fee Differential Exemption Request (DREAM Act) form.
Military and Veteran Services: We honor those who have served, are currently serving, and who are family members. The staff of the Bob Parsons Veterans Center is available to guide you through the application and enrollment process, as well as support you while a student at UBalt.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK): Students who are a part of the PTK program at their community college are elgibile for multiple benefits at UBalt. Learn more.
Students studying on an F1 Visa are encouraged to speak with an international admission counselor to learn more about our international services and opportunities.
Meet Jim Shea, your senior admission counselor for international students.
Helen P. Denit Honors Program
Qualified students may be interested in the Helen P. Denit Honors Program. Watch the video to learn more.
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