Faculty: Event Services & Dining

Frequently Asked Questions

Announcements and Letters

UMB Dining Options Summer 2021 Update

Posted June 16, 2021

Need a snack or lunch now that you're back on campus? Here are a few reminders about campus food services: Read more.

Letter: Next Week's Return to Campus: Mask Requirements, Elevator Usage, and Lunch Rooms

Posted May 26, 2021

As we prepare to return to our University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) campus next week, I want to share updates on face coverings, elevator usage, and eating while on campus. Please look to the Return to Campus Guide for additional information including frequently asked questions. Read more.

Mayor Brandon M. Scott Eases COVID-19 Restrictions

Posted May 12, 2021

City Lifts Local Mandates to Align with State’s Current Executive Order Read more.

Policies and Guidance

Visitors COVID-19 Acknowledgment Form

Updated May 19, 2021

Complete the UMB Visitors COVID Acknowledgment Form for scheduled visitors to UMB in accordance with the COVID-19 Visitors Guidance. Read more.

COVID-19 Visitors Guidance

Updated May 19, 2021

This guidance provides the framework for a visitor accessing UMB-owned or -occupied facilities to ensure consistency with health and safety practices of the University. The guidance is intended to satisfy academic semester(s) fall 2020, with extension into spring 2021 as necessary. Read more.

Building Ventilation

Posted May 06, 2021

UMB is committed to minimizing COVID-19 risk for building users by regularly inspecting air handling units, replacing filters, and ensuring that air handlers are functioning as designed. UMB also will continue to monitor and react to federal, state, public health, and industry standard heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) guidelines to manage and mitigate risk where possible. Read more.

Additional Resources

Governor Hogan Announces End of COVID-19 State of Emergency

Posted June 16, 2021

Emergency Mandates and Restrictions to End July 1, Followed By 45-Day Administrative Grace Period Read more.

CDC: When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated

Posted May 11, 2021

If you are fully vaccinated, you can start doing many things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. When choosing safer activities, consider how COVID-19 is spreading in your community, the number of people participating in the activity, and the location of the activity. Read more.

CDC: Holiday Celebrations and Small Gatherings

Updated May 11, 2021

Attending gatherings to celebrate events and holidays increases your risk of getting and spreading COVID-19. The safest way to celebrate this year is virtually, with people who live with you, or outside and at least 6 feet apart from others. For information on what fully vaccinated people can do, see the When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated page. Read more.