The following message was sent to all UBalt students from Nicole Marano, associate vice president for Student Success & Support Services, on January 28, 2022:
Greetings from the Division of Student Success & Support Services! The first day of our traditional semester starts on Monday, January 31st. A few important reminders:
- If you need to register for spring 2022 classes or if you need to adjust your schedule, please reach out to your academic advisor today.
- If you have not already done so, please make sure you have complied with the USM COVID 19 vaccine mandate . If you have any questions or need assistance, contact Mr. Stephen Mogar, Case Manager for Student and Employee Health, at firstname.lastname@example.org .
- If you are still in need of a Bee Card to access buildings, please visit the Bee Card web page at www.ubalt.edu/beecard today for details about requesting a card virtually.
The University will resume on-campus operations on Monday, January 31st and will be offering courses in a variety of modalities. Whichever format you chose when you registered for class is the modality that you will be taking the course during the semester. If there are any changes in modality, your instructors will reach out to you. So, please check your UBalt email early and often!
Not only does UBalt value your health and safety but we also know that our students desire flexibility. Therefore, beginning on January 31st, UBalt will offer hybrid services (both in-person and online) Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (by appointment virtually after 5:00 p.m.) and virtual services all-day on Friday. Alternate schedules or service details can be found here http://www.ubalt.edu/covid-19/index.cfm .
We want you to engage with the University in ways that best suit you and that provide you the most comfort and flexibility as you navigate the pandemic, work schedules, and other off-campus commitments. Our student events and activities will also be offered both in-person and online - we want to connect with you on campus, in Zoom, on Teams, or through email or phone. We are here to support you!
As you may be aware, UBalt has encouraged the use of KN95 masks while in campus buildings. Masks have been purchased by the University and are free to students. You can pick up your KN95 masks at the security ambassador desks in the Academic Center, the Angelos Law Center, and the Bogomolny Library.
UBalt is a community, and we are here for you. Don't hesitate to reach out to us with any questions.Best wishes for a successful semester,
Nicole C. Marano
Associate Vice President for Student Success & Support Services