The Rosenberg Center for Student Involvement can help you get involved, make new friends, gain valuable skills and (most importantly) have fun.
- General Contact Information
- Meet the Staff
- Mission, Vision, Values
- Our Policies
- Student Employment Opportunities
21 W. Mount Royal Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21201
MissionThe Rosenberg Center for Student Involvement fosters life-long learning and personal development of students by enriching co-curricular education and creating purposeful connections built and promoted through their experiences in student programming and professional experiences.
VisionWe seek to foster a community of engaged students that is cultivated by holistic learning and development through innovative programs, activities, and services that promote student success.
Collaboration: We value partnership and cooperation amongst groups and individuals in order to provide valuable and intentional experiences, events and programs.
Innovation: We are committed to new and innovative ideas for programming and services which will encourage student participation.
Self-efficacy: We are committed to encouraging each student in the discovery of their personal strengths; while learning how to manage real world situations through practical decision making in an educational environment.
Fun: We value a fun experience “where education and fun collide,” which creates community and tradition at UB.
If the University of Baltimore is closed due to an emergency or extreme weather, the Center for Student Involvement will also be closed. Please dial the UB Emergency Notification line at 410.837.4201 for emergency updates or visit the University of Baltimore Police Department website for more information about the university closing policies. For the most up-to-date information, the Center for Student Involvement strongly encourages all students to sign-up for the Campus Text Alert System through the MyUB portal .
Closings and Delays
If the University opens late, closes early, or is closed for the day, the Center for Student Involvement’s hours of operation and programs will follow the adjusted University schedule.
Accidents and Insurance
The Center for Student Involvement, the Division for Student Affairs and the University of Baltimore are not responsible for injuries incurred at University-organized activities, programs or events. The Center for Student Involvement will provide assistance in contacting University of Baltimore Police Department, who will then provide first aid as needed and will solicit transportation to a hospital if necessary.
Participants should know and be able to meet the physical demands of any activity in which they are to engage. Each activity has a certain degree of risk, some more than others. Please note that participants of an event or program may be required to sign a liability waiver prior to participation.
If medical assistance is necessary, the medical expenses beyond those covered by the participant’s insurance are the responsibility of the participant. It is also the responsibility of the participant to report any accident or incidents to the Center for Student Involvement within three business days following a program or event.
The Center for Student Involvement strongly recommends all students not covered by health and accident insurance purchase student insurance.
Find more information on local health resources.
Facility and Program Access
Appropriate accommodations for individual with disabilities will be provided upon request ten (10) days before the event and 30 days prior to a scheduled travel event. Contact the Office of Disability and Access services at 410.837.4775 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request accommodations.
You can find more information about the Disability Services office at the Office of Disability and Access Services website.
The University of Baltimore (“UB” or “University”) does not discriminate on the basis of - and prohibits discrimination against any member of the University community on the basis of - sex, gender, race, religion, age, disability, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other legally protected characteristics in its policies, programs, activities or employment practices; this includes inquiries regarding Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 as amended (“Title IX”), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Inquiries or complaints regarding sexual misconduct and other gender based discrimination, including pregnancy, sexual orientation and gender identity, should be directed immediately to the Title IX Coordinator, Anita Harewood, Vice President, Office of Government and Community Relations, Academic Center, Room 336, phone: 410.837.4533, T9@ubalt.edu , or to the Dean of Students, Office of Community Life, Academic Center, Room 112, phone: 410.837.4755, email@example.com , or the Assistant Vice President, Office of Human Resources, Charles Royal Building, Third Floor, 410.837.5410, firstname.lastname@example.org . Sexual misconduct and other gender based discrimination reports will be handled under the following policy and procedures: http://www.ubalt.edu/policies/administrative/II-7.1.pdf .Participation
The fees associated with enrollment at the University are used to provide co-curricular experiences and facility access to students. Please note that access to university programs and facilities may be limited and incur additional fees for all users, including students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members. Any fee associated with the event, program or facility, including ticket sales, deposits, membership fees, and guest fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Participants should refer to specific events, programs and facilities to determine access and associated fees.
Code of Conduct
the Center for Student Involvement has a zero tolerance policy for harassment. Verbal or gestured profanity, provocation, pestering, and fighting are not tolerated in the Center for Student Involvement. Any student violating this policy will be subject to University of Baltimore’s disciplinary procedures found here.
Use of False Identification
The use of another person's identification within any University program, event or facility is strictly prohibited. Anyone using another person's identification will be escorted out of the program, event or facility and their University involvement suspended until further notice. Any student using another person's identification will be subject to University of Baltimore’s disciplinary procedures found here .
Lewd or disruptive behavior, indecent or obscene conduct on university premises or at university-organized activities is prohibited. Students are expected to exhibit appropriate and respectful interpersonal physical contact at all times. Excessive interpersonal contact or inappropriate public displays of affection (PDA) may result in disciplinary action, subject to the University of Baltimore’s disciplinary procedures found here .
All members of the University community are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that is consistent with the goals of the institution and demonstrate respect for self, others, and their property. The University of Baltimore strives to provide students with an environment and opportunities that encourage learning, acceptance, recognition, and appreciation of those who are different from themselves. Actions that do not demonstrate respect for self, others, the law, and Universities policies and procedure may be subject to the University of Baltimore’s disciplinary procedures found here.
You can find more about the University of Baltimore’s nonacademic grievance policies and procedures here.
The use of any equipment with the purpose of taking pictures, recording video, or audio, including the camera feature on electronic devices, is strictly prohibited inside University facilities, events, and programs without prior written approval from the Center for Student Involvement.
Branding and Logo UsePrior to using University logos, trademarks, or seal in any way, you must request and receive written permission from the Center for Student Involvement.
Benefits of CSI student employment include:
- student development opportunities
- flexible work schedules
- paid training
- networking opportunities
- diverse environment.
We are looking for students who are eligible for federal work-study to become part of our team and help us grow.To qualify, you must be a currently enrolled UB students and you must be friendly, hardworking, energetic, customer-first focused, responsible and professional when enforcing our policies.
If you are looking for a job that will help you prepare for life after college, one of these might be the perfect fit for you:
CSI OperationsFront Desk Attendant
The front desk attendant provides front desk coverage for the office and greets all office visitors. They also conduct all opening and closing procedures along with providing event assistance, including, but not limited to program registration, answering questions, guiding participants to the appropriate location and selling tickets.
Student Activities Office Supervisor
The Student Activities Office supervisor provides assistance with training and managing the front desk student staff as well as provide support for events, which may include general support, planning, and execution. They also assist with collecting and analyzing data from the front desk, events and assessment tools.
Student OrganizationsGraduate Assistant - Student Organization Financials
The Graduate Assistant’s primary responsibility is to assist in the overall management of financials for of at least 80 student organizations, including: the Student Bar Association, The UB Sports Clubs Council, the Student Events Board, and the UB Student Government Association. Assistance provided includes training student leaders regarding financials, troubleshooting financial matters with student leaders, monitoring student organization budgets and expenses, supporting the funding boards and processes, and data-entry related to purchasing and budgeting. Through these functions the GA is expected to successfully coordinate and execute financial management and administrative support for the Center for Student Involvement.
Student Organization Office Supervisor
The Student Organization Office supervisor assists in maintaining the student organization management software that includes organization registrations, reports, contact lists, events management and other tasks. They also assist in the execution of a variety of trainings and workshops geared towards student organization success.
Leadership and Community EngagementGraduate Assistant - Leadership and Community Engagement
The graduate assistant’s primary responsibility is to assist in the overall administration of leadership and community engagement programs. The graduate assistant will oversee event logistics, marketing initiatives and data collection practices for all programs, with a specific focus on advising the Leadership and Service Council in their activities. Under the supervision of the associate director of leadership and community engagement, the graduate assistant will ensure the Leadership and Service Council delivers high-quality programs, utilizes best practices and works cohesively as a group to achieve shared goals.
Leadership and Community Engagement Office Supervisor
The Leadership and Community Engagement Office supervisor serves as a resource for students who are interested in leadership and community engagement opportunities. They are also responsible for assisting with planning, promotion and assessment of office programs and services as well as assisting in the creation of forms, resources and office efficiencies to ensure the development and implementation of high-quality programs and services.
MDCC AmeriCorps VISTA/Community Engagement Coordinator
This coordinator will research, develop and implement a community based initiative to reduce the effects of poverty in Southwest Baltimore, in partnership with Creating Unlimited Possibilities (CUPs). The coordinator will be responsible to continually develop a sustainable program that aims to help at-risk youth transition out of poverty by facilitating mentoring relationships between the youth and volunteer mentors.