Student Center Policies
If the University of Baltimore is closed due to an emergency or extreme weather, the Student Center 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 Student Center 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 Student Center’s hours of operation and programs will follow the adjusted University schedule.
Accidents and Insurance
The Student Center, the Division for Student Affairs and the University of Baltimore are not responsible for injuries incurred at University-organized activities, programs or events. The Student Center 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 Student Center Operations Office within three business days following a program or event.
The Student Center strongly recommends all students not covered by health and accident insurance purchase student insurance.
Information about Student Health Services can be found on our Student Health Services page.
Facility and Program Access
The Student Center strives to make its programs and activities accessible to all of our users. If you have a disability and need an accommodation to participate, please contact our office at 410.837.5467. To ensure the requested accommodation is met, please make your request at least two weeks in advance.
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, firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Assistant Vice President, Office of Human Resources, Charles Royal Building, Third Floor, 410.837.5410, email@example.com. 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.
Inquiries or complaints regarding other forms of discrimination such as complaints of discrimination on the basis of race, religion, age, disability, national origin, ethnicity, or other legally protected characteristics, should be directed immediately to the following offices: For inquires or complaints against students, contact the Office of Community Life, Academic Center, Room 112, 1420 N. Charles St., 410.837.4755 firstname.lastname@example.org; for inquires or complaints against faculty or staff, contact the Office of Human Resources, 1319 N. Charles Street, Charles Royal Building, 3rd Floor, 410.837.5410.
University of Baltimore students are expected to wear appropriate attire at all times. Appropriate attire is considered clothing that covers an individual’s undergarments, midriffs and posterior. Ill-fitting and inappropriate clothing with objectionable, vulgar or offensive writing, images or imprints may not be worn in University facilities or at University-organized programs or events. Failure to comply with these policies may result in removal from a program, event or facility.
Note: Individual programs, events and facilities may also require a specific dress code appropriate for their area, please refer to their individual webpages for more information.
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.
Substance AbuseSmoking, smokeless tobacco, vaporizers, e-cigarettes, alcohol and other drug use are strictly prohibited in any University facility. Violators will be subject to University of Baltimore’s conduct procedures found in the Student Rights and Responsibilities Guide.
Code of Conduct
The Student Center has a zero tolerance policy for harassment. Verbal or gestured profanity, provocation, pestering, and fighting are not tolerated in the Student Center. Such behavior will result in ejection from the Student Center for the day. 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 University's 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 Student Rights and Responsibilities Guide found 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 Student Center.
Branding and Logo UsePrior to using University logos, trademarks, or seal in any way, you must request and receive written permission from the Student Center.
- Posted materials must clearly promote the activity publicized. Posters and other forms of advertising in the Student Center must conform to campus regulations related to the UB Style Guidelines.
- All posters and flyers must have a contact telephone number and/or email address printed on the poster.
- Any location on the interior or exterior of the Student Center not designated as a posting area is considered an undesignated area. Any materials posted in undesignated areas will be removed.
- Flyers may be posted for a maximum of two weeks or until the date of the event, whichever comes first.
- Banners (defined as a poster/flyer larger than an 18x24 piece of paper) are not permitted.
- Flyers and other advertisements must be removed within 24 hours of the completion of the event in order to allow new postings to be placed and to avoid unnecessary clutter after the event has taken place.
There are three bulletin boards located in the Student Center. Posting is permitted on bulletin boards located on the first floor in front of UB Market, the fourth floor near to the entrance to the Student Government Association (SGA) suite and on the fourth floor next to the copier machine in the Student Organization Space. All flyers must be approved and stamped by Rosenberg Center for Student Involvement (CSI) located on the third floor of the Student Center prior to being posted.
Under no circumstances may items be posted on University signs, elevators, lampposts, trees, sidewalks, windows, walls, and doors in public locations, bathroom stalls, or any location where the posting may cause damage to University property.
- Easel space is on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Easels can only be displayed through the date of the event (in the case of an ongoing event/advertisement, it would be the last date of the event).
- Any easel left up after the event date will be collected and held in the Student Center Operations Office for 1 week, after which time all unclaimed easels will be disposed of.
- No easel may be displayed more than two weeks prior to the event.
- All easels in the lobby will be placed in the designated areas in between and behind the front columns (see easel/table layout).
- Easel space is also available in the designated areas outside of the Game Room and in the Second Floor Lounge (see easel/table layout).
- Multiple posters are not allowed to assist in providing adequate space for campus needs.
- Table reservations are made through the VEMS system maintained by Auxiliary Services.
- All tables in the lobby will be placed in the designated areas near the front columns (see easel/table layout).
- Table space is also available in the designated areas outside of the Game Room and in the Second Floor Lounge (see easel/table layout).
- Table reservation will be provided on a first come, first served basis due to the limited space in the Student Center.
- All tables will be set up and broken down by Auxiliary Services staff only.
- No more than 2 tables are allowed in the Student Center Lobby.
- Chalk may be used to post notices on the sidewalk in front of the Student Center (no closer than 4 feet from the doors).
- Chalking is prohibited on all structures and vertical surfaces, including buildings, walls, signs, benches, lampposts, poles, columns, and trees.
- All chalk must be water-soluble allowing for removal with rain/water.
- Chalking is permitted for up to five (5) days, and must be removed within 24 hours after the event advertised is completed.
- Under no circumstance may acrylics, ink, or paint be used on any permanent surface.
Digital SignageDisplay on the digital signage located throughout the Student Center is open to members of the UB community (students, staff and faculty) for information related to campus events, activities and services. The review posting policies and to request digital signage, visit the digital signage request form .