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Offices of Admission 
Academic Center, Room 117
1420 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 410.837.4777
Fax: 410.837.4793 

Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Saturday (first and third of every month): 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

For information about UB, contact:
Heeseung Lee, interim associate vice president of admission and enrollment management
Jasmine Fleming, admission counselor
Melissa Nehmer, diversity coordinator and admission counselor
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Jessica O'Keefe, admission counselor
Peter Weitzmann, admission counselor

meet our staff

  • heeseung
    Heeseung Lee

    Interim Associate Vice President of Admission and Enrollment Management 

    Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Favorite thing about Baltimore:
    My favorite place to wander around in the UB neighborhood is the 136-year-old Peabody Library, which has five-tiered ornamental balconies filled with old books.

    Favorite thing about UB:
    My favorite place on the UB campus is the Liberal Arts and Policy Building with its glorious spiral staircase, original Moravian tile floors, radiant stained-glass window and state-of-the-art design lab.

    Why you do what you do:
    As an admission director, I love witnessing students we’ve enrolled graduate. It is a magical moment watching friends and family cheer on graduates as they move from hard-working students to capable professionals.

  • jasmine
    Jasmine Fleming

    Admission Counselor, Undergraduate Admission

    Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland

    Favorite thing about Baltimore:
    Growing up in Baltimore, I have always loved the festivals—especially Artscape, which is held annually right here on UB’s campus.

    Favorite thing about UB:
    I love the convenience of the campus. It’s in the heart of the city and with the MARC Train on campus, I am able to easily travel to Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and even New York City.

    Why you do what you do:
    The best part about my job is that I get to travel and meet new people.

  • Melissa
    Melissa Nehmer

    Diversity Admissions Counselor

    Hometown: Beaver Dam, Wisconsin

    Favorite thing about Baltimore:
    All the cultural advantages of a large city with a very down-to-earth atmosphere.

    Favorite thing about UB:
    The location of its campus! There are so many restaurants, theaters and events in the neighborhood.

    Why you do what you do:
    Meeting and helping students from all walks of life.

  • jessica
    Jessica O’Keefe

    Admission Counselor, Undergraduate Admission

    Hometown: Columbia, Maryland

    Favorite thing about Baltimore:
    My favorite thing about Baltimore is that there is always so much to do. I love catching an O's game at Camden Yards, playing beach volleyball at Rash Field in the Inner Harbor and viewing the lights on 34th Street during the holidays. There is always something fun to be a part of.

    Favorite thing about UB:
    My favorite thing at UB is when students decorate the Edgar Allan Poe statue in Gordon Plaza. I love coming out of the Academic Center and seeing him wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses or a cap and gown.

    Why you do what you do:
    The best part of my job is meeting new students every day and helping them to achieve their goal of getting a college degree.

  • Peter
    Peter Weitzmann

    Admission Counselor, Undergraduate Admission
    Housing Coordinator, UB Housing

    Hometown: Baltimore, MD

    Favorite thing about Baltimore:
    My favorite thing about Baltimore is eating a crab pretzel at an Orioles game on a sunny afternoon in May.

    Favorite thing about UB:
    My favorite thing about UB is the diverse backgrounds of our students. I love that we have first-year students in their 50’s trying to better themselves through education.

    Why you do what you do:
    Many people can’t access higher education for reasons other than their academic ability. My favorite part of being an admission counselor is helping the person who might have given up otherwise.

Last Published 5/4/16