Welcome to the University of Maryland, Baltimore COVID-19 Recovery website. Here, you will find information for faculty, staff, students, and community members. Each section includes FAQs, announcements, and resources across a variety of topics. Click on your audience area to get started. This homepage serves as a dashboard for easy-to-find information about the status and access restrictions of each building, office, and program on campus.


Recovery Access Campus Map

While we strive for 100 percent accuracy, the Campus Recovery Access Map may not reflect current conditions at the time of this release. Check back as information and conditions continue to be updated this week. This disclaimer will be removed when the map is fully populated.

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Housing Icon UMB Housing
Support Building Icon Support Building
Dining Icon Dining Option
Patient Care Icon Patient Care
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Transportation Services

UM shuttle Suspended
SafeRide Suspended
SafeWalk Available 24/7



Letter Regarding Reversal of ICE Policy on International Students

Posted July 15, 2020

It is with great relief that I bring you excellent news, not only for our international students, but for our entire community to which they so richly contribute. Yesterday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reversed a policy that would have forced international students to transfer or leave the country if their universities chose not to hold in-person classes due the coronavirus pandemic. Read more.

Where can I get tested?

Updated July 15, 2020

Please call your medical provider or UMaryland Immediate Care at 667-214-1899. The Maryland Department of Health updates its list and map of COVID-19 test sites each Monday. Read more.

Do I have to be tested at a UMB-designated testing site?

Updated July 15, 2020

No. If you have no symptoms compatible with COVID-19 and want to be tested after out-of-state travel, we ask that you use one of many options listed below. You should not contact the COVID-19 Hotline for travel-related COVID-19 Testing. Read more.

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