Policies, Guidance, and Resources

Support, Caregiving, and Work-Life Resources

Launch Your Life has compiled a guide for caregivers of young and old, and work-life resources available to balance added demands.

University of Maryland Medical System Covid-19 Resources

Facts about the coronavirus, its treatment and prevention as well as strategies for navigating the pandemic's disruption to daily life.

Academy of Lifelong Learning COVID-19 Response Forum

The academy invites you to ask a question and hear directly from our UMB team of doctors and specialists.

Policies & Guidance

COVID-19 Process for Allowing University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Employees and Students Temporary Access to Campus

Posted September 01, 2020

In support of the University’s Telework Policy, this guidance provides the framework for UMB employees and students who require sporadic access to UMB-owned or operated facilities Read more.

COVID-19 Visitors Guidance

Updated August 26, 2020

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.

Research Update: Phase 2 Initiation

Posted August 25, 2020

The following activities (both Stage 1 and Stage 2) are now permitted to resume with the appropriate preparation and approvals as described in the Guidelines for Resuming Human Subjects Research found here: Read more.


UMB Flu Shot Clinic

Posted September 09, 2020

All UMB students and employees can schedule an appointment for a flu shot, including employees who are teleworking and students who are learning remotely. Use this form to register for UMB's flu shot clinic. Read more.

CDC Flu Frequently Asked Questions

Posted September 08, 2020

Influenza-related questions & answers, organized by topic. Read more.

Similarities and Differences between Flu and COVID-19

Posted September 08, 2020

Flu and COVID-19 share many characteristics, but there are some key differences between the two. Read more.