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The University of Baltimore is committed to meet its obligations as outlined in the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and in other reporting requirements.

Reports and information are available in the following areas:

Information Technology

  • Copyright Infringement - Policies and Sanctions
    • Digital Millennium Copyright Act

      The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, enacted in 1998, updated copyright law to encompass the growing use of computers and the Internet.

      Pursuant to the Act, the University of Baltimore has designated the following agent for notification of copyright infringement claims:

      Julia Carolan
      Assistant Attorney General
      Office of Attorney General
      Educational Affairs Division
      200 St. Paul Place, 17th Floor
      Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Student Financial Aid and Services

Voter Registration

State Board of Elections Voter Information
  • Maryland Public Information Act Requests

    To review or obtain copies of the University of Baltimore's disclosable public records, an applicant must make a written request under Maryland's Public Information Act ("PIA"). The PIA is accessible through the Maryland State Law Library at, General Provisions Article, §§4-101 through 4-601, of the Annotated Code of Maryland.

    To Submit a Request

    For Electronic Requests

    Please submit this electronic form.

    For U.S. Mail Requests

    To make your request by mail, you must provide the following:

    • Name
    • U.S. street address
    • City, State
    • ZIP code
    • Specify the records that you are requesting
    • Telephone number
    • Email address

    Please mail your request to:
    Office of Government and Public Affairs
    Attention: Anita Harewood
    Public Information Request
    University of Baltimore
    1420 N. Charles St.
    Baltimore, MD 21201

    Public Information Contact
    Anita Harewood
    Office of Government and Public Affairs
    University of Baltimore
    1420 N. Charles St.
    Baltimore, MD 21201

  • Sexual Misconduct and Nondiscrimination

    The University of Baltimore is committed to creating a campus that is safe from sexual misconduct, including sexual and gender-based harassment, sexual violence, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual exploitation and sexual intimidation.

    University of Baltimore Title IX Coordinator
    Anita Harewood
    vice president, government and public affairs
    Academic Center, Room 336
    1420 N. Charles St.

    Sexual Misconduct and Nondiscrimination statements

You can access University of Baltimore policies in the UB Policy Guide.

Last Published 5/15/17