COVID-19 Response and Planning
The University of Baltimore will continue to meet the many challenges of the pandemic with one principle in mind: In order to deliver and receive a quality education, first and foremost our community must be healthy and safe.
As of the start of the fall semester, all members of the UBalt community who have complied with the University System of Maryland's vaccine mandate were welcomed back to the campus, via in-person, online, or hybrid class settings. Now, we are tracking vaccine compliance and case rates for your perusal on our COVID-19 dashboard.
Community members must show proof of vaccination prior to arrival on campus, or receive administrative approval for a medical or religious exemption. For more information, visit the Vaccine Requirements page.
UBalt is conducting a phased return to campus so that we can continue to meet our goal of community health and safety—and to do so in a sustainable way. Student services are offered in a combination of on-campus and online formats. Extra- and co-curricular activities are taking place, with public health recommendations guiding how they are conducted. As the University returns to campus, our community should keep in mind that spring 2022 will look different from fall 2021 because some areas will return to campus earlier or at a higher percentage than others. (The J.D. program, for example, returned to all on-campus courses this fall per its accreditation needs). Information posted on the UBalt website will be updated regularly.
The Office of Admission is open. If you would like to meet with an admission counselor in-person, please schedule an appointment today.
UBalt is Ready