At UMBC, you’ll find many opportunities to get involved on campus as well as services to help you succeed. Learn more about resources available to you!

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UMBC Resources

  • Graduate Student Association
    The GSA represents and supports all graduate students at UMBC. Learn more about its mission.
  • Albin O. Kuhn Library
    The center of the University’s intellectual and creative life facilitating access to information resources, and furthering innovative teaching and learning.
  • Career Center
    The UMBC Career Center works with students at every academic level to provide career advising and counseling, as well as access to career and professional skills education, and applied learning opportunities.
  • The Center for Well-Being
    This team works collaboratively across all departments and with other campus partners to ensure every member of our community thrives on their journey.
  • Office of Student Disability Services (SDS)
    The Office of Student Disability Services (SDS) coordinates accommodations for UMBC students with documented disabilities, as well as those with temporarily disabling conditions and injuries, that may require accommodations in order to have equal access and participation in the University’s classes, activities, and housing.
  • Division of Information Technology New Student Technology Checklist
    Use this checklist to ensure you’re on top of your technology and software application needs for the upcoming semester.
  • Student Business Services (SBS)
    SBS is the office that bills students, collects tuition and fees and issues student refunds.
  • Financial Aid and Scholarships
    UMBC offers a range of financial aid and payment options so that all students may benefit from a UMBC education.
  • Professional Programs Student Success Resources
    The Student Success Team will help you manage your program from the time you are enrolled through graduation.

International Student Resources

  • UMBC International Student and Scholar Services
    Take advantage of the resources UMBC has to offer our international students. Get more information about housing, student life, transportation, health and safety, and more.
  • Chat with a UMBC Global Ambassador
    The Global Ambassadors are current international students who are excited to talk to you about all things UMBC! Reach out to connect and speak to someone today.

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Connect through myUMBC

myUMBC is a hub where you can connect with communities all across the University. Explore myUMBC and join groups to get campus news, connect with fellow students, be reminded of deadlines, and receive alerts from your program’s faculty and staff. When you accept admission, you will automatically be added to the mailing list for your program – make sure you check your UMBC email address for important information about a wide range of topics.