Other Campus Resources

The Student Counseling Center is intentional to provide student with current and helpful resources to support them on their journey through graduate and professional school. On this page you will find useful links to support a healthy lifestyle. Check out the different campus resources that are available to help you!


Educational Support and Disability Services: The Office of Educational Support and Disability Services (ESDS) works with students with all types of disabilities including physical, learning, sensory, psychological, ADHD, and chronic and acute medical conditions.

Academic CoachingHelp with academic support and learning better academic skills (e.g., study skills, time management, etc)

Student Health: For physical health and wellness needs

Intercultural Center: Supporting a sense of belonging and connection for historically underrepresented students as well as connecting students to resources and navigating the impact of racial/ethnic/cultural stress on students, and much more. Check out their Table Podcast and their on-demand education on a variety of topics

Food Access Initiatives and Resources

URecFit and Wellness: University Recreation & Fitness (URecFit & Wellness) is committed to enriching the academic experience as well as encouraging the physical, mindful, cultural, spiritual, emotional, and social development of the community.

UMB Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Resource Page: This page includes local, federal, and community resources in the Baltimore City area.

Student Organizations: UMB offers a diverse selection of school-specific and University wide student organizations. Take a look and see if one of them is right for you!

NAMI at UMB: National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental health. The NAMI at UMB chapter offers support and education programs for students advocating and living with mental health conditions. Interested students should email NAMIatUMB@Gmail.com

Scholars for Recovery: The University of Maryland, Baltimore is committed to promoting activities and providing resources that promote the health and wellness of students, especially students who are recovering from substance use disorders. Interested students should email Scholars.for.Recovery@Umaryland.edu