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Institutional Context

Standard One
Mission, Goals and Objectives

Mission statements are included in the text of Chapter One of the self study document.

Standard Two
PLANNING, RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND INSTITUTIONAL RENEWAL

University of Maryland Baltimore Strategic Plan/Vision

Schools’ Strategic Plans, Visions
Dental School
Medical School
Nursing School
Pharmacy School
Social Work School

USM in 2010, An Update of the USM Strategic Plan

Dr. Ramsay’s Legislative Testimony, 2006 

Economic Activity Generated by the University of Maryland Baltimore, FY 2005

Center for Information Technology Services

Office of Research and Development 

ORD Annual and Quarterly Reports including Technology Commercialization

UMB BioPark

Center for Health and Homeland Security

Standard Three
INSTITUTIONAL RESOURCES

Dr. Ramsay’s Legislative Testimony, 2006

ORD Annual and Quarterly Reports including Technology Commercialization 

University of Maryland Baltimore Operating Budget Data, FY 05

University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation

Office of External Affairs, Office of Development 

UMB Financial Services 

University of Maryland Baltimore Operating Budget Data, FY 05

Navigating the Budget Process, The Office of Budget and Financial Analysis

Facilities Master Plan 2001-2010

Office of Facilities Management

Campus Map

Map of University of Maryland and Neighboring Development as of December 31, 2005

Standard Four
LEADERSHIP & GOVERNANCE

University System of Maryland

University System of Maryland Overview

University System of Maryland Council and Workgroups

University System of Maryland and University of Maryland Baltimore Policies

Shared Governance Policy

Faculty Senate 

Staff Senate 

University Student Government Association 

Dental School Student Association Constitution and ByLaws

Dental School Faculty Plan of Organization:  hard copy only

Law School, Student Bar Association 

Law School Faculty:  Handbook, hard copy only

Medical School Faculty Handbook 

Medical Student Council 

Nursing Student Government Association 

Pharmacy Faculty Handbook 

Pharmacy Student Government Association 

Social Work: UMB SSW Student Government Association 

Social Work Faculty Governance 

Graduate Council 

Appointment, Promotion and Tenure Policies:  Hard Copy Only

Standard Five
ADMINISTRATION

Office of the President

Academic Affairs 
Administration and Finance 
Center for Information Technology Services 
Office of External Affairs 
Office of Research and Development 

eUMB 

UMB1One 

Standard Six
INTEGRITY

UMB Faculty Handbook 

POLICY ON FACULTY, STUDENT AND INSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ACADEMIC INTEGRITY [III - 1.00]

UMB POLICY ON FACULTY, STUDENT AND INSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ACADEMIC INTEGRITY [III - 1.00(A)]

Scientific Misconduct

   USM Policy on Misconduct in Scholarly Work [III-1.10]

   UMB Policy and Procedures on Misconduct in Scholarly Work [III-1.10(A)]

   USM Policy on Human Subjects of Research [IV-2.10]

   UMB Institutional Review Board (IRB) and Policies Manual

   UMB Policy on Human Subjects Research [IV 2.10A]

Human Research Protections Office 

VIII - 7.10 - POLICY ON REPORTING SUSPECTED OR KNOWN FISCAL IRREGULARITIES

II - 3.10(A) - UMB POLICY ON PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING AND OTHER EXTERNAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES   

IV - 3.20 - UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF MARYLAND POLICY ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

IV - 2.10(A) - UMB POLICY ON HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH

VI - 1.00 - POLICY ON AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

II - 1.00(A) - UMB POLICY ON APPOINTMENT, RANK, AND TENURE OF FACULTY

II - 1.01(A) - UMB PROCEDURES FOR FACULTY APPOINTMENT, RANK AND TENURE

I - 6.00 - POLICY ON SHARED GOVERANCE IN THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF MARYLAND

Standard Seven
INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT

Managing for Results

Maryland Department of Budget and Management Managing for Results Information

Maryland Higher Education Commission Office of Policy Analysis and Research

Maryland Higher Education Commission Reports

         Funding Guidelines Peer Performance Analysis -- March 2005

Institutional Research and Planning Web Site

Office of Administration and Finance

Office of Budget and Finance

Office of Capital Budget and Planning

Educational Effectiveness

Standard Eight
STUDENT ADMISSIONS

Admission Information

Dental School
     All Dental Programs
Graduate School
Law School
Medical School
Nursing School
Pharmacy School
Social Work School

Catalogs

Dental School
Graduate School

Law School
Medical School
     Student Affairs
Nursing School
Pharmacy School
Social Work

Tuition

Financial Aid Data

Office of Financial Aid 

Maryland’s Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate

Campus Diversity Web Page 

Headcount Student Enrollment (Institutional Research and Planning) Tables

...what is headcount enrollment?

Fall 2005 headcount enrollment as of September 14, 2005 is 5,510 students, a 1.6% decrease from Fall 2004 enrollment of 5,610 students.  Notable decreases occur in undergraduate Nursing and Master of Social Work programs.  Increased enrollments occur in undergraduate Dental Hygiene, graduate Nursing and Pharmacy programs, and the first professional program in Dentistry.  Enrollment in the Law school has returned to historical levels with the graduation of the unusually small Day Law class of 2005.  Enrollment in the Evening Law program continues to decline.  Ten students are enrolled in the Master of Public Health program. Note: Fall 2005 enrollment statistics reported here exclude students displaced from institutions affected by Hurricane Katrina.  On September 14, 2005 there were 16 students enrolled at UMB from institutions affected by Hurricane Katrina.  Following national reporting guidelines, these students will be included in enrollment statistics reported to the National Center for Education Statistics.

Available Fall 2005 Headcount Enrollment Data

Spring 2006 headcount enrollment is 5,359 students, relatively unchanged from the prior spring headcount of 5,343 students.

Available Spring 2006 Headcount Enrollment Data

Winter 2006 headcount enrollment is 152 students, a 24% decrease from the previous year's winter enrollment.

Available Winter 2006 Headcount Enrollment Data

Summer 2005 headcount enrollment is 1,538 students, relatively unchanged from the prior summer headcount of 1,557 students.

Available Summer 2005 Headcount Enrollment Data

Other Enrollment Data

Master Of Public Health 

Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program 

School of Nursing MS Degree Programs 

Standard Nine
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

Student Answer Book

Student Information Services

Student UseR Friendly System 

Health Services

Support Services for Students with Disabilities

Financial Aid

Writing Center

Promise Program

School Based Student Support Services

Dental School 

Graduate School Degree Programs 

Law School

Medicine 

Nursing 

Pharmacy School 

Safety of Student Records

Policy III-6/30(A)

Information Technology Privacy Policy

Information Technology Server Security Standard

Information Technology Workstation Security Standard

Information Technology Acceptable Use Policy 

Student Handbooks
Dental School
Law School

Medical School
Nursing School
School of Pharmacy 
Social Work

Graduate Assistantship Policies

Additional Campus Student Support Services

Web site for Current and Prospective Students 

Standard Ten
FACULTY

III - 1.00 - POLICY ON FACULTY, STUDENT AND INSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ACADEMIC INTEGRITY

Faculty Handbook 

Student Answer Book

Medical School Faculty Handbook

Pharmacy School Faculty Handbook 

E-Learning @UMB 

Institutional Resource and Planning Tables:

Fall 2005 employment totals 6,510 and includes 1,562 full-time and 635 part-time faculty.

Faculty

  • 2005 faculty headcount increased 7% compared to the previous year
  • 71% of faculty are full-time
  • 67% of faculty are ranked professor, associate professor, or assistant professor
  • 42% of ranked faculty are tenured or tenure-track
  • 46% of faculty are female
  • 23% of faculty are minority

USM Policy on Appointment, Rank and Tenure   II -1.00

UMB Policy on Appointment, Rank and Tenure  II – 1.00A

School Based APT Policies:  Hard Copy Only

Affirmative Action Plan:  Hard Copy Only

VI - 1.00(A) - UMB POLICY ON AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Faculty Development Programs:

Medical School Office of Faculty Development:  Office of Professional Development

Office of Research and Development Grand Rounds

E-Learning at UMB

Standard Eleven

EDUCATIONAL OFFERINGS

Degrees Conferred

Schools and Programs

Dental School
American Dental Association Standards for Accreditation
Competencies 

Graduate School
Procedures for Graduate Program Review
Maryland’s Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate

Law School
American Bar Association Standards for Accreditation 
Graduation Requirements

Medical School
Liaison Committee on Medical Education Standards for Accreditation
Office of Medical Education - Information on curriculum, standard patients

Nursing School
National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission Standards
Clinical Simulation Laboratories 

Pharmacy School
American Council for Pharmacy Education Standards for Accreditation 

School of Social Work
Council of Social Work Education Accreditation Standards

Interdisciplinary Activity:

Interprofessional Courses 

UMB Community Affairs web site 

Libraries:

Health Sciences and Human Services Library 

Thurgood Marshall Law Library

Standard Twelve
GENERAL EDUCATION

USM Articulation System, ARTSYS

Standard Thirteen
RELATED EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Processes for BOR and MHEC Approval of New Programs, Certificates, Modifications, and Discontinuance

Shady Grove, Nursing Programs

Hagerstown Nursing Programs 

Shady Grove, Social Work Courses  

Distance Learning

School of Nursing 

Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, DScPT

Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy

Blackboard 

Continuing Education Offered Through the Schools:

Dental School 

School of Law 

School of Medicine 

School of Nursing

Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science 

School of Pharmacy 

School of Social Work 

Standard Fourteen
ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING

Procedures for Graduate Program Review

Additional Publications of Interest

2001 Periodic Review Report

Maryland’s top 25 Demand Healthcare Occupations:  Projected Demand and Reported Supply

Maryland State Plan for Post Secondary Education

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