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Scholarships & Discounts to Live at Fayette Square Apartments at UMB Housing

July 13, 2021

Dear UMB Students, 

The University of Maryland, Baltimore looks forward to welcoming additional students back to campus and UMB Housing as the in-person presence continues to increase in anticipation of the fall semester. As you continue to consider your Housing options, check out UMB Housing. Scholarships and/or discounts are available for new applicants and licenses entering into an annual contract to live at Fayette Square Apartments! 

On-campus housing is still available at Fayette Square Apartments – part of UMB Housing. New applicants and licenses can receive a scholarship and/or discounts to live in Fayette Square: 12 months for the price of 9 months by applying and signing a housing license between July 13, 2021 and August 31, 2021. Your license dates would be August 2, 2021 to July 22, 2022. 

Fayette Square and Pascault Row are the only housing options offered by UMB. There are many benefits and conveniences associated with living in UMB Housing. For example, UMB Housing options include fully furnished apartments, a variety of floor plans, all utilities included, walking distance to classes, only for UMB students and affiliates, secured access buildings, pet friendly, a gym, and a variety of floor plan options. Security features include a 24/7 housing office, secured access buildings, video-camera surveillance, a gated community at Fayette Square, and UMB Police and security patrols.

Contact UMB Housing at or visit for rates, availability, and virtual tours.  In-person tours are available Monday through Friday between the hours of 9am and 4pm.  Call 410-706-5523 if you have any questions and to discuss the options. 

Please note – this offer is only available for new applicants and licensees for annual contracts signed after July 13, 2021 to live in Fayette Square. The scholarships and discounts are not available for Pascault Row. Limited openings exist in Pascault Row. Contact UMB Housing to learn more. 


Patty Alvarez, PhD, MS
Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs
Office of the Provost
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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