Find out why the University of Baltimore is right for you.
Join us to learn more about how a UB education can advance your career, help you explore new opportunities and change your life. Plus, attendees will receive a fee waiver code to apply for free.
All events are hosted on Zoom; please download the Zoom program or Zoom App prior to joining the meeting. Please also make sure you have the most up to date version of Zoom, we may use features only available in that version while presenting.
UB Information Sessions- Multiple Dates
These sessions will cover general information about the University of Baltimore, our academic programs, admission requirements, and scholarship and financial aid opportunities, and will provide you the chance to ask an admission representative any questions you may have. These events are open to graduate, transfer and freshman students (see specific events for more details).
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|Financial Aid Night: Join University of Baltimore Admission and Financial Aid staff members to learn about Financial Aid: when and how to apply using the FAFSA, important follow up steps, and our scholarship opportunities.||Thursday Oct. 29; 6:30-8 p.m.||RSVP|
|You're Graduating....Now What?- Graduate Information Session: Now that you're graduating or have recently graduated, have you thought about educational opportunities beyond your bachelor’s degree? Join the University of Baltimore to learn about the career opportunities that graduate school can prepare you for. Plus, receive guidance on how to find resources to pay for graduate school and gain tips on how to make sure that your application stands out. This event is for those interested in attending graduate school.||Tuesday Nov. 10; 12:30-1:30 p.m.||RSVP|
|Admission Process and Academic Programs Overview: This information session will address application procedures, academic requirements, our two convenient locations, average program completion time and other questions common for incoming students. It’s the best way to learn if our programs are a good fit for you. Transfer students interested in the Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund should attend this event.||Wednesday Dec. 2; 6-7 p.m.||RSVP|
Fall Open House - Saturday, Nov. 7
An expanded version of the Information Session, the fall open house will explore academic, student life and services, admission and financial aid, and much more.
This event is open to prospective graduate, transfer and freshman students. This virtual event will be held from 10 a.m.-noon. Please RSVP here.
Transfer students interested in the Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund should attend this event.
Academic Program Information Sessions
We offer multiple opportunities to learn more about our different majors. These presentations will explore the degree requirements, employment opportunities, and may include the chance to speak with faculty and/or alumni.?
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Accounting and Business Advisory Services: As part of the Merrick Monday series, join the assistant dean and faculty from the Merrick School of Business to discuss the M.S. in Accounting and Business Advisory Services program. The discussion will provide an overview of the program, including steps for admission, scholarships, and more. This event is open to prospective graduate students.
||Monday, Oct. 26; 6-7 p.m.||RSVP|
|Applied Information Technology: Join Giovanni Vincenti, program director for the B.S. in Applied Information Technology (AIT) program in a discussion about the curriculum and student opportunities both in and outside of the classroom. It has a general track and new concentrations in Application Development and Cyber Security. This event is open to prospective transfer and freshman students.||Monday, Oct. 26; 6:30-7:30 p.m.||RSVP|
|Business-Finance: As part of the Merrick Monday series, join the assistant dean and faculty from the Merrick School of Business to discuss the M.S. in Business-Finance program. The discussion will provide an overview of the program, including steps for admission, scholarships, and more. This event is open to prospective graduate students.||Monday, Nov. 30; 6-7 p.m.||RSVP|
|Cybersecurity Management: As part of the Merrick Monday series, join the assistant dean and faculty from the Merrick School of Business to discuss the M.S. in Cybersecurity Management program. The discussion will provide an overview of the program, including steps for admission, scholarships, and more. This event is open to prospective graduate students.||Monday, Dec. 14; 6-7 p.m.||RSVP|
Graduate and Undergraduate Business Programs Information Sessions - Multiple Dates
This informative session? will give you a broad introduction to UB, the different programs offered in the Merrick School of Business, steps for admission, scholarship opportunities and more. Prospective graduate, transfer and freshman students are invited.
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|Wednesday, Nov. 18; 6-7 p.m.||RSVP|
|Thursday, Dec. 17; 6-7 p.m.||RSVP?|
UB The Change Community Series
The UB the Change virtual series aims to build capacity across the UB and Baltimore communities through dialogue and practical application. Participants will be exposed to a variety of topics and will be challenged to incorporate concepts into their everyday role. These webinars will be interactive dialogues, designed to engage, challenge, and help us begin to be the change. These events are open to anyone.
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|The Fight We Face is a chance to bring awareness to the UB community about social injustice and position faculty and alumni as experts in their respective fields. Join us for a community conversation about racial equity and social injustice. This discussion will center around the criminal justice system, education reform and advocacy.||Thursday, Nov. 19; 6-7 p.m.||RSVP|
Whether you know what field you want to study or are still exploring, this series of virtual information sessions is designed to get you one step closer to completing your degree.?Join us for one of these virtual information sessions to learn about the majors we offer at Univerisities at Shady Grove in Rockville, MD. . These events are open to transfer students.
|Topic||Date and Time||RSVP|
|Business, Communication, Social Sciences, & Education:?Learn about our Simulation & Game Design program .||Monday Oct. 26; 5:30-7 p.m.||RSVP|
|Bioscience, Nursing, & Health: Learn more about our Health Management program.||Tuesday Oct. 27; 5:30-7 p.m.||RSVP|
|Computing, Engineering, & Information Technology: Learn about our Simulation & Game Design program.||Thursday Oct. 29; 5:30-7 p.m.||RSVP|
Tour the Campus
Watch a video tour of our campus to discover why our students love UB.
During this time, admission counselors are working remotely. However, we are committed to providing uninterrupted personal attention and customer service to our prospective and admitted students.