- Online library resources can be found through the Health Science and Human Services Library (HSHSL). HSHSL has a library research guide developed specifically for UMB Public Health students. This resource includes relevant journal and article databases and links to statistics repositories, health care organizations.
- Writing assistance and tips on résumé/CV building - please visit the UMB Writing Center's website for writing resources and to schedule an online or in-person appointment with a writing advisor.
- Public health job listings - please click here.
- Official transcripts and verifications - please click here.
- Short-term, professional counseling and psychiatric services for currently enrolled full-time and part-time UMB students - please click here.
- As part of the UMB community, students are invited to explore current on-campus job opportunities and resources available (work study and non-work study) - please click here.
Cross-campus Collaboration Opportunities
In an effort to increase educational opportunities, MPH students may enroll in courses held at University of Maryland College Park School of Public Health or inter-institutional public health video-conferencing courses held between the Baltimore and College Park campuses. For either option, the credits for the courses will be handled as transfer credits and MPH students must follow the transfer of credit guidelines outlined in the University of Maryland School of Medicine MPH Program Student Catalog and Handbook. If you wish to enroll in a course through one of these options, you must complete the web-based Inter-Institutional Enrollment application. Please note the application process can take several days. Plan to submit your enrollment application two weeks before the semester begins. If you have any questions, please contact Kara Longo.
ASPPH Statement of Commitment to Zero Tolerance of Harassment and Discrimination
The Association of Schools and Programs in Public Health (ASPPH) and member schools and programs are committed to eliminating harassment and discrimination in academic public health. Please click here to view the complete statement.