Welcoming New Students Through BeeLine Partnership
It's a University of Baltimore tradition to find ways to make higher education more accessible. One recent initiative is the BeeLine program, a partnership between UB and the Community College of Baltimore County. Through this program, students with CCBC degrees are guaranteed admission into any UB bachelor’s degree program, excluding those that have special permission requirements.
"We are always thrilled to have CCBC students come to UB to start the next phase of their higher education," Kurt L. Schmoke, UB President, said. "We're excited to join our colleagues at CCBC in launching this program, and we're expecting many great things to be inspired by the partnership."
The BeeLine program streamlines UB's application process for CCBC students by waiving application fees and offering other special incentives. Students with a 2.5 GPA or higher are eligible for a renewable transfer scholarship and students with a 3.5 GPA or higher are accepted into UB's Helen P. Denit Honors Program. CCBC students also have the opportunity to participate in UB's accelerated bachelor's to master’s program options. UB and Baltimore City Community College also have a BeeLine partnership in place, established in late 2016.