The University of Baltimore is a home for many of the city’s greatest champions. From our earliest days as a place for workers in the city to get an education and improve their lives, UB has served as advocate of, supporter of, friend of, and mentor to its proud namesake, Baltimore.
The University of Baltimore’s new Robert L. Bogomolny Library is, “a symbol of our mission, and a symbol of our faith in the city,” says UB President Kurt L. Schmoke.
At The Bob Parsons Veterans Advocacy Clinic—part of the University of Baltimore School of Law—students help restore a sense of purpose to wounded veterans. Working pro bono, these lawyers in training offer support and guidance through complicated legal matters.
UB’s College Readiness/Dual Enrollment programs are helping students who, “just need some confidence and some early wins,” says John Brenner, director of the Office of Freshman Advising.