The UMB Office of Educational Support and Disability Services (ESDS) coordinates services to assist students and applicants with disabilities in obtaining reasonable accommodations through an interactive process involving the student and the school.
Students may purchase new and used books from the UMB Campus Bookstore. There are also Internet booksellers. Study Aids are also available in the bookstore. Be sure that when purchasing used books, you are purchasing the correct edition required by your instructor.
A student who wishes to change his or her name, address, email address, or any other relevant information on the University records must complete the appropriate form on SURFS through the campus website.
Each student is assigned an e-mail account during orientation before first year. Accounts are assigned through the campus UMB Center for Information Technology Services (CITS). E-mail is mandatory and items posted on e-mail constitute official notice for all students. When obtaining their campus email account, students are required to sign an agreement in which they acknowledge and consent to abide by the applicable acceptable use policies. School wide postings to student email accounts are not permitted unless the posting relates to a school sponsored event. Postings of books, apartments, tickets or other for sale items and any lost or found items are expressly prohibited. The School of Law’s Acceptable Use Policy can be found at: http://www.law.umaryland.edu/about/departments/technology/policies/acceptable_use.html
For more information on student e-mail accounts, contact 410-706-HELP or visit the website at http://www.umaryland.edu/helpdesk/.
Short term emergency loans are available to assist students in meeting unexpected needs or to cover a period of need while approved financial aid is being processed and for other emergencies. To obtain approval for an emergency loan, contact Marilyn Jones, Student Financial Planning Coordinator.
Students who have lost their ID must obtain a new one at his or her own expense. Contact the UMB One Card office for more information: http://www.umb-one.umaryland.edu/.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore is committed to fostering an environment in which its students, faculty and staff are free from sexual harassment and violence or illegal discriminatory practices.
All discrimination complaints must be promptly referred to UMB Office Accountability and Compliance for review, investigation and resolution.
Any Maryland Carey MSL Student who has a suggestion for how to improve any aspect of the MSL experience may submit their suggestion on-line.
Student suggestions will be received and reviewed by the Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Communications. She/he will relay the suggestion to the administrator working most closely in the area affected by the student’s suggestion.
Suggestions may be made anonymously.
The Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Communications will advise the student, if known, within two weeks, that the suggestion has been received and any action that has been or will be taken in response.