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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Doesn't student involvement simply mean student activities?

    Not at all! The Rosenberg Center for Student Involvement can get you involved in all aspects of student life, including leadership, events, skills development and student governance.
  • When can I visit Rosenberg CSI? Do I need an appointment?

    Feel free to drop by the office, Student Center Room 303, anytime during our office hours. We are open Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you would like to make an appointment to speak in detail with a professional staff member about getting involved on campus, call us at 410.837.5417.
  • How can I get involved?

    There are many ways to get involved! In the Rosenberg CSI office, you can find information on various academic clubs, honor societies, special interest groups and student government. If you don't find an organization that suits you, we can help you start your own. You can also visit our web site at and access CSI Link ( to explore clubs and organizations. Many students find that our leadership certification program, Leadership UB, our leadership certification program, is a great way to get involved.
  • What kind of commitment does student government require?

    The old saying is true: you only get out what you put in. It's important to understand that being a part of student government does require commitment. We require a minimum of six hours per week and a somewhat flexible schedule. But it's worth it. Our student government is active and involved. They are doing great things on campus and want your help!  Click here to find out more.
  • What if I want to start my own club or organization?

    Great! We can help. All you need is an idea, six interested people and a faculty or staff advisor. We will give you everything you need to get started, and can offer excellent advice on how to make your club or organization a success.
  • Where can I find free stuff?

    We often supply free candy at our front counter along with giveaways available to students from area merchants. We also have a fax machine available for UB students at no charge. The fax number is 410.837.5431. You can send and receive faxes at this number. Just pick them up at the front desk.
  • Do you ever offer tickets to the Lyric, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Hippodrome or Center Stage?

    We are lucky to be located in the cultural district of Baltimore. We often provide special rates and free tickets to events. Check your UB e-mail and visit our office for any special events.
  • What is there to do in Baltimore?

    What isn't there to do? Baltimore is historically and culturally rich. The Inner Harbor is a popular tourist spot with harborside shopping and dining available. The city is home to the Baltimore Orioles and the Baltimore Ravens. The city is home to the Walters Art Museum . The Baltimore Museum of Art houses the world famous Cone Collection. The city has many other historical and cultural centers. Visit the Enoch Pratt Free Library blocks away on Cathedral Street to find what would most interest you. For information about events on other local college campuses visit the Baltimore Collegetown Network Web site. Visit the for links to all of Baltimore's wonderful events and attractions.