Serving those who've served.
Read more about UB alumni and staff contributions to improving the lives of former and current members of the military in the University of Baltimore Magazine .
Two student groups bring veteran and military students together on campus: Military Veterans of the University of Baltimore—a chapter of Student Veterans of America—and the Military Law Students Association. Together, the groups include more than 110 members and continue to grow.
- Military Veterans of the University of Baltimore: open to all UB veterans, active duty and reservists, both undergraduate and graduate
- Military Law Students Association: promotes awareness of military-related issues among the UB School of Law community, providing a forum for current and former military in addition to students interested in military law and fostering a military-related alumni network
The program prepares students for the 21st century by empowering them with the skills and habits of mind necessary to thrive in a rapidly changing and increasingly interdependent world.
Through a partnership with Johns Hopkins University, UB students can participate in Army ROTC, an elective curriculum that supplements your required college classes to promote leadership skills and a pathway to earning a commission in the U.S. Army.
With the skills and experience you've developed, you are a highly desirable asset to any organization. UB's Career and Professional Development Center works with you to develop your resume and provide support through job search groups, on-campus interviews, on-campus employment, career fairs and a wide variety of events and programming geared toward your success in the workplace.
The center delivers mental health services to UB students while promoting personal growth and assisting with personal, social and academic concerns by providing individual counseling, group counseling, psychiatric referrals, consultation with faculty and staff to address student concerns, outreach programs and crisis intervention. The center is also staffed with a mental health professional with specialized experience working with military members and veterans. In addition to the option of making an appointment with the center, veterans may take advantage of walk-in hours, including veterans-only walk-in hours. Visit the Counseling Center in room 111 of the Academic Center or call 410/837.5159 for more information.
- Monday: 3:30-5 p.m.
- Tuesday: 10-11:30 a.m.
- Wednesday 3:30-5 p.m.
- Thursday: 10-11 a.m.
The center provides reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities and assures access to all campus facilities and programs. Its services include accommodations for the classroom and for campus life, promoting campus accessibility and advocacy for students registered with the center.
UB's Achievement and Learning Center can connect new, degree-seeking undergraduate students with success coaches to help transition them to our campus during their first weeks at UB. Success coaches offer students an on-the-ground insider's perspective on UB and can answer questions, address concerns and connect students to services and events around campus.
Freshmen students are matched with a success coach through their IDIS 101 course, and transfer students can request a coach during the first few weeks of classes. Contact the Achievement and Learning Center for more information.