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University of Baltimore
Student Employee Training
August 22, 2014

Using the Calendar
Inclement Weather Policy
The University President has the authority to cancel or otherwise modify class and work schedules because of emergency conditions that may arise because of inclement weather, fire, power failure, civil disorder, or other unusual circumstances which may endanger students or employees.

Official university closing announcements can be found at:
Weather line at 410.837.4201;
University’s web page;
University’s e-mail system;
and Various news and radio programs.
Center for Educational Access
Inclement Weather
Kurt Schmoke
Joseph S. Wood
senior vice president for academic affairs
Harry Schuckel
senior vice president for administration and finance
Miriam King
senior vice president for enrollment management and student affairs
School and College
Laura Bryan
Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences
Ronald Weich
School of Law
Murray Dalziel
Merrick School of Business
Christine Spencer
interim dean,
College of Public Affairs
Student Affairs
Shelia Higgs Burkhalter
associate vice president
student affairs
Kathleen Anderson
dean of students
Bill Schnirel
executive director
student development
Campus Leadership
Human Resources/Payroll
University Information
Office Equipment
The equipment in the office is for work-related purposes ONLY.
Only employees working a scheduled shift are permitted to use the computers.
Computers are not be used to access Facebook, YouTube, complete homework, or any other personal endeavors.
Any work completed on the computers needs to be saved on the R drive.
Answering the Phone
Phones are also meant to be used for work-related purposes ONLY.
Always answer the phone in a timely manner using proper English.
When you pick up the phone:
Say, "Hello."
Your Name
Press the “Trans” button. Do not use the “Forward” button.
Once you have the extension number, dial it on the phone.
When the employee answers the phone, inform them of who is calling and why they called.
Press “Trans” again and the call will be transferred.
Transferring Calls
Taking Messages
When taking a message include:
Reason for calling
Call back number
Your name.

Leave the note with the person the caller was trying to reach and inform them of who is calling and their reason for calling.
For Bill,

Jane Smith called on Monday, July 14, 2014 at 12:12pm because she is having registaration issues with her upcoming event.

Her number is 444.489.4498.

Jo Blane
Office Equipment
Campus Recreation and Wellness
Student Ambassadors
Student Center
Office of Community Life and the Dean of Students
Diversity and Culture Center
Center for
Student Involvement

Student Affairs
Social Media
University Identification
Human Resources and Payroll
Offices of Admissions
Counseling Center
Acceptable ID Cards
Faculty and Staff
Alumni, Emeritus, Retirees
Contractors, Affiliates,
Auditors, and Guests
VIP and Regents
CRW Memberships
(Not an Official UB ID)
Accessing Outlook
Sending an E-mail
Using the Calendar
Center for Student Involvement
Provides meaningful, engaging, and supportive opportunities for students to grow in personal and professional success.
Student Ambassador Program
Provides an open and welcoming atmosphere for the University of Baltimore community and its guests.
Promotes a safe environment while providing students, faculty, staff, and the general public information to improve their experience with the university and its surrounding neighborhoods.
University of Baltimore Police
Enhances the quality of campus life through the creation of a safe and secure environment for faculty, staff, students, and campus visitors to pursue a positive work and educational experience.

Emergencies: 410.837.4444
Business: 410.837.5529

Geo-Fence (20-30 blocks surrounding campus): #4444
Available with T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon.

Samuel D. Tress

chief of police
First and second floors of the Charles Royal Building, 1319 N. Charles St.
Clery Act
Federal law
Requires campuses to provide an annual report, including:
Crime statistics
Reporting procedures
Crime prevention resources
Prepared by the University of Baltimore Police Department, Office of Student Affairs, and the Baltimore Police Department.
Crimes may be reported to:
University of Baltimore Police Department
Baltimore Police Department
Dean of Students
Counseling Services
Executive Director of Student Development,d.b2k&psig=AFQjCNFKX0iEMEjeNX4NmO5i71uhXyKigg&ust=1403214179492570
Campus Text Alert System
Campus Text Alert System
State-of-the-art emergency text message system.
Available on all text message capable devices.

The most secure way for the University of Baltimore community to receive notifications critical to your safety and well-being.

To sign up:
Federal law
No information, applications, forms, letters, records, transcripts, etc. may be released, whether orally or in writing, without prior written consent, dated and signed by the student, specifying the records to be released, the reasons for release and to who the records are to be released.
Directory information is an exception, unless otherwise documented.
Intentional disclosure of information may result in criminal and civil penalties, as well as disciplinary actions, including university judicial review and/or termination of employment.
Student Handbook
The University sets forth guidelines and expectations that apply to all undergraduate, graduate, and professional students of the University and to all persons who are registered or enrolled in any credit or non-credit course or program offered by the University.

Some of these policies include:
Behavior Expectations
Sexual Offense Policies
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drug Policies

It is your responsibility to be familiar and in compliance with these policies.

Office of Community Life and the Dean of Students
Employment Basics
Offices of Admission
The 10 BEST Reasons to Choose UB
10. Knowledge That Works for you.
9. We’re a public university where you’ll have a private college experience.
8. We’re highly affordable.
7. We’re in the middle of everything instead of the middle of nowhere.
6. Supporting you is what we’re all about.
5. We give a whole new meaning to student life.
4. Our alumni are here for you.
3. Progress is our middle name.
2. We make it easy for you to apply.
1. You!
Customer Service
Everyone's responsibility.
Follow the 10 and 5 Rule
When a guest comes within 10 feet:
Cease all conversation.
Make eye contact with the guest.
When a guest comes within 5 feet:
Acknowledge the guest with a warm greeting and offer your assistance.
Always listen, respond, and follow-up.
Understand that the customer is not always right, but should always be treated with respect.
Ensure your conduct reflects positively upon yourself and the University.
Always keep your workspaces clean, organized, and accessible.
Do not use your cell phone, unless there is an emergency.
Always wear your uniform
Staff shirt
Name badge
Pants (khaki or dark colored)
Close-toed shoes
ID Card
Trading/Picking Up Shifts
Schedule Preferences
All trades require permission from your supervisor.
If your trade is not accepted, you are responsible for that shift.
Account Set-Up
Your supervisor will setup your WhenToWork account
It is your responsibility to finalize your account setup.
Follow the directions in the “Your login information” e-mail.
When your initial account setup is complete, this screen should appear:
Click on “Go to My Home Page”
Office-related announcements can be found on the left-hand side of your "Home Page."
Your Home Page
Note: Once a semester schedule has been finalized, the schedule is considered locked and updating your preferences in the system will not change your current preferences. Any schedule changes must be approved by your supervisor.
To Complete Your Timesheet:
To Submit Your Timesheet:
Gain insight into who you are.
Learn about how to achieve success in the workplace, academically, and personally.
Talk to your supervisor about getting your unique, one-time access code and completing the StrengthsFinder Assessment.
Direct Deposit
Not mandatory for student employees
Additional form,
Send to Human Resources with any other New Hire paperwork
Contact your supervisor with any questions about your paperwork, contract, or payroll before contacting Human Resources or the Payroll Office
Form I-9: Employment Eligibility
Required of all new employees
Two Step Process
1. Complete the online I-9 from through the MyUB portal by the end of your first day
2. Provide original documents to Human Resources by your third day of employment
Third floor of the Charles Royal Building
1319 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201
Your Bee Card is needed to access the building
Student Affairs

Diversity and Culture Center
Fosters a community that supports personal and collective growth and intellectual exploration by building bridges of international, intercultural, and interracial understanding through academic excellence, cultural awareness, community service, professional and leadership development.
Counseling Center
Delivers mental health services to students.

Provides free services that encourage personal growth, help define goals and address concerns.
Kognito: At-Risk for College Students
Online gatekeeper and suicide prevention training.
Allows you to recognize issues, not provide assistance.
To access the training:
Contact Us
Academic Center, Room 111
Note that this is not a secure nor confidential email address. It also is not an emergency contact.
Career Center
Career and Professional Development
Career and Professional Development Center
Empowers people to manage their own careers—a valuable asset in today’s competitive marketplace.
Provide support and encouragement as you become an agent of your own success.
Professional Development
Student Employee Training
One-hour sessions offered once a month from September-November and February-April
Resume Review
Optimal Resume website:
Professional feedback
Career Coaching
Experience "Knowledge That Works" after your college experience
Assesses performance, knowledge, and skills.
Supervisor feedback to monitor your progress.
Reinforces personal outcomes and goals.
Provides guidance in areas that may need
Facility walkthroughs
Completion of paperwork
Policy reviews
Additional departmental trainings
Supplemental to evaluations.
Provide positive feedback.
Student Center
The Student Center is a place where students can gather to study, socialize and to take advantage of university student services. In addition, it is a place where the whole University community (faculty, staff, alumni and guests) can gather to develop the educational process beyond the classroom.
Online Campus Community
Connects the UB community to campus activities and organizations
Browse campus events
View and interact with student organizations and sports clubs
Request to join an organization
Record involvement on a co-curricular transcript
Safe Space
The UB Safe Space program helps make campus a more safe environment for all members of our community, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Become an Ally
Safe Space Training provides information about how to be a supportive ally to LGBTQ students and colleagues.

Training includes:
the role and importance of safe spaces
the components of sexuality and gender transgender community and gender variance
what it means to be an Ally
The Center for Educational Access is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities and works to ensure access to all campus facilities and programs.
CEA ADA Tutorial
This brief tutorial will provide insight into the laws that we support as well as how we can help faculty, staff and other students assist these students as well.

This tutorial will cover:
ADA information
Assisting students register with the CEA
And more...

Types of Student Employment
Federal Work-Study
Student Assistant
Graduate Administrative
Determined by most recent FASFA.
Mostly government funded.
Must be enrolled at least part-time (6 credits).
Available to all undergraduate, graduate and international students.
Funded through department budgets.
Available to graduate and international graduate students only.
Funding determined by University and departmental budgets.
Non-Discrimination Statement
The University of Baltimore does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or disability in its programs, activities, or employment practices.
LiveSafe Mobile App
LiveSafe is free for all members of the University of Baltimore community to download. Just follow these steps and register today:

1. Go to the Apple iTunes Store or Google Play Store
2. Search for "LiveSafe"
3. Download the FREE App
4. Select "Univ. of Baltimore," using your UB e-mail address

You're all set! In case of an emergency or to report a tip to UB Police, just launch the app and seamlessly communicate with our law enforcement team.
Allows users direct access to police and 911 emergency services.
Two-way communication tool, includes the ability to live-chat with UB Police to answer additional questions for crime reports, dial 911 or the nearest police agency to receive immediate assistance.
Provides a Social Safety Map, with directions to nearest safety locations and information on latest crime in the community.
Staff Documentation Form
Connecting to the R Drive
C: Community
Develops UB community members that contribute towards building an engaging, diverse and inclusive community. This community is the foundation for success and achievement.

A: Accountability
Helps build a community whose members celebrates diversity, while seeking to develop a common understanding of attitudes, behavior and decision making to promotes learning, growth and success.

R: Responsibility
Encourages UB community members to be active participants, practice conscious decision making and hold high personal standards, while embracing new and challenging experiences.

E: Excellence
Constant commitment to exceeding expectations, active engagement, service and success.
Photo ID
Library Card
Campus Recreation and Wellness Membership
Shuttle ID
Parking Access
A/V Checkout
Campus Cash Card (on and off campus)
Register and funds to your Campus Cash account:
Bookstore Credit ID
Door Access
The Bee Card is Your Campus:
Contact Us
Academic Center, Room 105
410.837.4BEE (4233)
Closings and Delays
If the University opens late, closes early, or is closed for the day, CRW, CSI, DCC, Student Ambassadors, and the Student Center hours of operation and programs will follow the adjusted University schedule.
Emergency Closings
If the University of Baltimore is closed due to an emergency or extreme weather, CRW, CSI, DCC, Student Ambassador locations, and the Student Center will also be closed.

Please dial the UB Emergency Notification line at 410.837.4201 for emergency updates or visit the University of Baltimore Police Department website for more information about the university closing policies.
UB promotes growth and success by creating a strengths-based environment in which everyone is encouraged to recognize and apply their talents.

Participate in StrengthsQuest programs to learn more about your strengths and to:
Develop an increased awareness and understanding of your top five talent themes
Become empowered to develop your talent themes into strengths through knowledge and skills
Learn how to develop your talents to find personal, scholastic and professional success
Utilize Your Strengths

Visit for more information about strengths-based opportunities on campus or email us at
For additional StrengthsQuest information, please visit .
Student Activities
Student Leadership and Community Engagement
Student Organizations
Contact Us
Lead More. Serve More. Learn More.
Get involved in Be More, our leadership and community engagement program, and you'll:
Meet other aspiring leaders and people committed to service
Get support and follow-up from professional staff
Document your efforts through a co-curricular transcript
Grow and develop as a leader, citizen and scholar
Discover ways to deepen what you're learning in the classroom.
For more information, please visit:
The governing organization for all students at the University of Baltimore.
The UBSGA listens to students and work together with other UB governing bodies to improve the UB community.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Student Events Board (SEB)
The student programming committee at UB.
Funded by student activities fees, SEB leaders are responsible for planning, promoting and executing events and programs for UB.
Interested in event planning or think there is "nothing to do on campus," SEB is the place for you!
Integral part of campus life
Over 70 registered organizations
General Interest
Sports Clubs
Studies show that most students who participate in campus activities are more successful academically.
Student Center, Room 303
Hours of Operation
Monday - Tuesday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday - Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Anthony Butler
associate director of leadership and community engagement
Bill Schnirel
executive director of student development
Joe Slider
coordinator, student activities
Courtney Smith
graduate assistant, operations and technology
Chris Warman
graduate assistant, financial operations
Tiana Spruill
graduate assistant, leadership and community engagement
Contact Us
Mariel Rubin
MDCCC AmeriCorps VISTA - Community Engagement Coordinator
Student Center, Lower Lever, Room 002
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Karla Shepherd
director, diversity and culture center
Contact Us
Find out what your talents mean:
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Dr. Myra Waters
director, counseling services
Dr. Marquette Turner
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday: 9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Zach Griffey
campus card manager
Juanita Kellam
campus card representative
Game Room
Provides a place for UB students, faculty, and staff to enjoy recreational activities in between their schedules.

The current layout includes:
4 flat screen televisions and various gaming systems
2 pool tables
1 air hockey table
1 foosball table
Lounge area
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday: Closed
Locations and Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday: Noon - 6:00pm
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
For more information about the program, please visit:
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Contact Us
Heeseung Lee
director, undergraduate admission
Michael Campitelli
assistant director, undergraduate admission
Jasmine Fleming
admission counselor, undergraduate admission
Katie Myers
diversity coordinator, undergraduate admission
Jessica O'Keefe
admission counselor, undergraduate admission
Samantha Schneider
admission counselor, undergraduate admission
Michelle Walters-Johnson
admission counselor, undergraduate admission
Undergraduate and Transfer
Kevin Arthur
assistant director, graduate admission
Jennifer Haire
admission counselor, graduate admission
Aseloka Smith
admissions counselor, graduate admission
Peter Scanlan
director, community college relations
Designed to support and motivate you to stay on track to graduate within four years—all part of our commitment to student success.

As part of Finish4Free, you'll:
graduate with less debt
join the workforce earlier
maximize your career earning sooner
To be considered, you must
Be an incoming first-time freshman,
Graduate after eight full-time consecutive semesters (or within four years)
Have satisfactory academic performance and graduation
For more information, please visit:
Academic Center, Room 117
Hours of Operation
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (first and third of every month)
2014 - 2017 Strategic Plan
The University of Baltimore provides innovative education in business, public affairs, the applied liberal arts and sciences, and law to serve the needs of a diverse population in an urban setting. A public university, the University of Baltimore offers excellent teaching and a supportive community for undergraduate, graduate and professional students in an environment distinguished by academic research and public service.

The University:
makes excellence accessible to traditional and nontraditional students motivated by professional advancement and civic awareness;

establishes a foundation for lifelong learning, personal development and social responsibility;

combines theory and practice to create meaningful, real-world solutions to 21st-century urban challenges; and

is an anchor institution, regional steward and integral partner in the culture, commerce and future development of Baltimore and the region.
Student success
Educational access
Scholarship, research and creative activity
Regional and resource stewardship
The UB community

The University of Baltimore will enhance student success and career readiness through programmatic innovation, ongoing assessment of student learning and expanded student support services.


The University of Baltimore will strategically grow enrollment in support of student success and in response to market demand, consistent with Maryland's 55 percent college completion goal.


The University of Baltimore will enhance its commitment to innovation across the institution.


The University of Baltimore will strengthen scholarship, research and creative activities across the institution.


The University of Baltimore will be recognized for responsible stewardship of institutional resources and for its prominent role as an anchor institution in midtown Baltimore.


The University of Baltimore will be a preferred workplace and destination of choice for faculty, staff, students and alumni.
To view the full strategic plan, please visit:
2013 - 2015 Undergraduate Learning Goals
Apply strategies that enhance professional and personal competence.

Connect knowledge with choices and actions that engage others in diverse local and global communities.

Acquire knowledge about models of ethical behavior and understand its implications in the development of personal and professional relationships.

Communicate effectively in various media.

Think critically and creatively to solve problems and adapt to new environments.

Gather and evaluate information using scientific, quantitative, humanistic and aesthetic methods.

Develop an integrated and specialized knowledge and skills base.
Students at the University of Baltimore will:
Additional information can be found in the 2013 - 2015 UB Undergraduate Catalog,
Ayodele Elugbaju
graduate assistant, diversity and culture center
associate director, operations and technology
Dawn Simounet
coordinator, student activities
Lower Level, Room 007
You must have your Bee Card to enter.
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs
Student Center, Room 401
Shelia Higgs Burkhalter
Achievement and Learning Center
Campus Recreation and Wellness
Career and Professional Development Center
Counseling Services Center
Center for Educational Access
Office of Community Life and the Dean of Students
Rosenberg Center for Student Involvement
Diversity and Culture Center
Student Center
UB Living
Student Affairs Centers
Online Orientation
Professional Development Institute (PDI)
Freshman Year Experience
Sophomore Year Experience
New Student Orientation
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Military and Veteran Students
Parent & Family Transition Calendars
Programs and Initiatives
Academic Center
John and Frances Angelos Law Center
Langsdale Library
Learning Commons
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Liberal Arts and Policy Building
Student Center
Contact Us
Bill Schnirel
executive director of student development
Nick Owens
director, student center and recreation programs
Joe Slider
coordinator, student activities
Courtney Smith
graduate assistant, operations and technology
Contact Us
Anthony Butler
associate director of leadership and community engagement
Acceptable Documents

Learn ways to be a strong self-advocate and become more confident as you embrace challenges. Staff are available to answer your questions about university services and offer support if you are facing a difficult situation.

Community Standards:

Support the university's
commitment to high academic and personal conduct standards through participation in the student conduct process.


Explore the importance self-care, personal development, social responsibility and community engagement. We also celebrate success and student achievement through the coordination of the undergraduate and graduate Commencement ceremonies.

2014 - 2017 Student Affairs Strategic Planning
Through purposeful programs and services, Student Affairs supports all UB students in their journey to successfully navigate their college experience, develop as citizens and critical thinkers, and prepare for careers in an evolving marketplace.
Student Affairs envisions a campus where all students take a leadership role in the learning process, where a combination of experiences, relationships, and thoughtful inquiry helps them grow as scholars and community members.
UB Student Affairs believes in fostering an
environment that values the diversity of all individuals and their capacity for
and democratic engagement.

In the evolving landscape of higher education,
are essential to the work we do.

UB Student Affairs models
and authenticity, and strives for
as exemplars at the university and in our fields.

As educators and mentors, UB Student Affairs recognizes the transformational effect of
for both ourselves and the scholars we support.

Principles for Student Learning
Consciousness and Self-authorship
UB students will better develop and discover themselves and their evolving capabilities through learning, experiential activities, and self-reflection.

UB students will experience wellness as a multi-dimensional aspect of living and learning.

Civic Agency
UB students will understand the importance of active engagement and their role in the development of their communities.

Global Citizenship
UB students will explore a variety of cultures and world views, and be able to think about events, both international and domestic, in the context of their daily lives.
Contact Us
Karyn Schulz
Monday - Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Hours of Operation
Academic Center, Room 139
Contact Us
Kathy Anderson
dean of students
Academic Center, Room 112
Hours of Operation
Monday-Thursday: 9:00a.m. - 6:00p.m.
Friday: 9:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Christy Lee Koontz
program coordinator for community standards
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Contact Us
Operations Office: 410.837.5467
Nick Owens
Director, Student Center and Recreation Programs
Bill Schnirel
Executive Director of Student Development
Cornell Lynch
Graduate Assistant, Facilities
Game Room 410.837.6623
Contact Us
Student Center, Room 306
Lakeisha Mathews
Charles Jennings
associate director
Malka Weintraub
career coach and licensed counselor
Patrick Burns
career coach
Jessica Johnson
job development and internship coordinator
Amy Diggins
program coordinator
Tairran Shari Greene
Graduate Assistant, marketing and special events
Lisa Punter
professional development institute coordinator
Chanté Callaway
administrative assistant
Adam Gertz
graduate assistant, UBLiving
The Office of Community Life serves as a resource to the UB community and helps students navigate university life.

We believe that building community, promoting accountability, taking responsibility, and making a commitment to excellence (CARE) are vital to success. The office is home to three signature
initiatives and we offer services and programs that explore our CARE values.
Our initiatives provide opportunities for students to:
Provides recreation, leisure, wellness programs, services and facilities in a safe environment that promotes healthy lifestyles, values diversity and contributes to co-curricular learning and leadership opportunities.
Campus Recreation and Wellness
Competitive Sports
Intramural Sports
Sport Clubs
Provides students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to compete.

Leagues, tournaments, one-day challenges, and events are held throughout the semester.

To learn more visit the CRW Portal:
Sport Clubs are created by the students, and for the students.

Many UB clubs compete at regional and national levels depending on their league requirements or affiliations.
Current Sport Clubs
Men's Basketball
Jiu Jitsu
Spirit Squad
Where UB competes!
To learn more or register a new Sport Club, please visit:
Contact Us
Nick Owens
director, student center and recreation programs
Sarah Shouvlin
assistant director, competitive sports
Rebbecca Bakre
graduate administrative assistant, facilities
Academic Center, Room 300
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 10:30pm
Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Recreation Center
Danielle Dennis
graduate administrative assistant, wellness
Academic Center, Room 300
Take the stairway or elevator to the third floor
Campus Recreation and Wellness is committed to the fitness and wellness of the UB students, faculty, and staff with engaging programs to help maintain healthy lifestyles.
Provides a variety of wellness information to the UB community, and host events throughout the year to promote healthier living at UB, including: blood drives, STD/STI testing, CPR instruction, a wellness fair and much more.
Aerobic Studio
Golf Room
Recreation Room
Basketball Court
Locker Rooms
Boxing Room
Mat Room
Spin Studio
Cardio Room
Plyometric Room
Weight Room
Equipment Checkout Desk
Racquetball Courts
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Academic Center, Room 306
Jun Yamaguchi
graduate administrative assistant, competitive sports
7 Dimensions of Wellness
The Wellness Center operates to engaging the UB community via the 7 dimensions of wellness, including:
Program Initiatives
Blood drives
STD/STI testing
Staff CPR instruction
Wellness education initiatives
University of Baltimore
Police Department

Patricia Bishop
Graduate Assistant, Student Development and Training
Patricia Bishop
graduate assistant, student development and training
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