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The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is a vibrant university composed of six professional schools and an interdisciplinary Graduate School. It is located in Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, with a population of approximately 620,000 people.
Baltimore has a unique history and is made up of neighborhoods as diverse as its citizens. F. Scott Fitzgerald lived and wrote here, Billie Holiday sang here, Cab Calloway grew up here, and Edgar Allan Poe died here (take a break and visit his gravesite on campus).
Being a member of the UMB community gives you the opportunity to experience the historic and vibrantly storied city, but the city and its surrounding neighborhoods also present all the challenges of a complex, modern, and urban society. As is spelled out in the Annual Clery Campus Security and Fire Report, UMB takes measures to ensure a safe campus environment, but it is important to keep in mind that a level of responsibility for crime prevention and personal safety also rests with each individual.
UMB is committed to transparency and accountability and encourages you to take the time to read the report, which includes specific campus crime and arrest statistics. It also contains campus policies and practices intended to promote crime awareness, campus safety, and security, such as what to do in an emergency. Optional training on what the Clery Report is and what it communicates is available through the UMB Learning Management System or upon request through the Office of Accountability and Compliance.
Your safety is our No. 1 priority.