Accessibility Statement

University of Maryland, Baltimore web sites and homepage are designed to utilize higher resolution and the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and other commonly used web browsers.  If you currently use older versions of these browsers, you may experience technical difficulties navigating and viewing materials.  We recommend downloading Microsoft IE 7.0 or later, or Mozilla Firefox 3.6 or later to fully experience our site.

Some websites that contain confidential information require that you use a browser that is SSL-compliant and has a "secure mode." (To make sure your browser is secure, look for a closed lock or an unbroken key at the bottom of the page.) You must also have JavaScript enabled in your browser's preferences.

If you continue to access our site with a browser other than those recommended above parts of the websites may not work properly. We suggest you check with your organization's network administrator or technical support for assistance first. If you need to upgrade yourself, you may download the latest versions of either of these browsers from here:

AdobeIn order to read Adobe Acrobat documents, you will need to download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. To get the latest version of the reader, go to the Adobe website. 

We have developed this site using W3C Web Content Accessibility Standards, which are in compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.  While we have attempted to be in compliance with these standards to the extent possible, due to the large volume of pages on the site and periodic upgrades, there still may be information that some individuals may find inaccessible. Please contact the Web Department if you have any problems accessing information on any page.

If you are faculty, staff or student at UMB who supports or maintains web pages, please review the Accessibiilty Guidelines for more information about how to improve the accessibility of your site.