Housing & Transportation

Maryland Carey Law is conveniently located in downtown Baltimore, providing students with access to a variety of housing and transportation options. You can find a number of housing options below.  Many students also find roommates through the Admitted Students Facebook Group or the UMB Housing Classifieds.  If you have any questions please contact the Office of Admissions at admissions@law.umaryland.edu.   

UMB Housing

The University of Maryland Baltimore offers graduate student housing in two apartment buildings near campus, Fayette Square and Pascault Row. Pascault Row features studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments while Fayette Square offers studio apartments through seven bedroom townhouses and is directly across the street from the law school.  These options are only available to students who are graduate students at the University of Maryland Baltimore.

Non-UMB Housing
In addition to the options offered by the university, there are several other independently-operated apartment buildings located very close to campus. Some options include:

This list is not all inclusive. There are a myriad of other apartments available near the law school. You can find a map of the above apartments in relation to campus here.  

Baltimore Neighborhoods

Students also frequently live in townhomes and rowhomes in different neighborhoods in Baltimore, including Federal Hill, Mt. Vernon, Canton, Fells Point, and more.  In addition to parking on campus or taking public transportation, there is a UMB shuttle available to students as well as a SafeRide/SafeWalk program. You can find an interactive map of neighborhoods in Baltimore with information about whatmakes each neighborhood unique here.  

UM Shuttle

If you are considering options outside of downtown, we recommend checking the UM Shuttle routes so you can take advantage of this free and convenient public transportation option. Visit Live Baltimore to learn more about the surrounding neighborhoods.

Parking & Transportation

Please visit UMB’s Parking and Transportation page for more information on student, employee, resident, and visitor parking. The school also supports a variety of alternative transportation options including public transportationbike parkingcarpooling, and electric vehicle charging

Safe Ride Program

At the law school studying late? For students who live off campus, the Safe Ride Program provides transportation until 1:00 am up to three blocks off campus.

To request a Safe Ride, please call 410-706-6882