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Information for Accepted Visiting Students

Local Information Form
The University of Maryland School of Medicine requires that you fill out our Local Information Form prior to the start of the rotation.

University of Maryland School of Medicine School Policies
Items you may find useful within the Policies web page are the following:

  • Duty hours
  • Health policies
  • Inclement weather policy
  • Nondiscrimination policies
  • Sexual misconduct and other sex and gender-based discrimination
  • Professionalism
  • Student mistreatment policy
  • Exposure at UMB (Needle stick, etc.)

Campus Resources - Campus Map

#50 Bookstore/Gym 

#4 Campus Police 

#51 Health Sciences & Human Services Library -  (Wi-Fi available)

#12 Parking and Commuter Services -  This is where you will obtain your parking information and tag. Your license, car registration and copy of e-mail from OSA is required.

#52 Southern Management Campus Center (Gym) -  (give name, show some form of ID)

#46 - Student Health 

*** You will receive instructions regarding your ID badge through your rotation department; if necessary

Campus Transportation
UMB offers several on- and off-campus transportation services for the safety of the campus community. Use of the UM Shuttle (phone app), Caravan, Escort Patrol Vehicle, and Intercampus Shuttle (UMBC Shuttle) is free to students and faculty and Staff members with university ID. Police Escort Services: Police and Public Safety also offers a 24-hour daily walking escort service. Call 410- 706-6882 to request an escort. An Escort Patrol Vehicle also drives in a loop around campus to pick up students and drop them off.

Caravan: The Caravan is a free shuttle bus service that safely transports students, faculty, and staff around campus and to and from several nearby neighborhoods. Under Student Services' administration, Veolia operates two vans in fall and spring, and one van in winter and summer, within the service area. Call 706-CVAN (2826) to request service. A dispatcher will send a bus to your pickup point with an estimated time of arrival. When the bus arrives, present your university ID and inform the driver of your destination. You may not smoke, eat, or drink on the bus. The Caravan service operates from 5:30 p.m. until 12:00 a.m. each day, including weekends. The last accepted call is at 11:45 p.m. with the service ending for the day at 12 a.m. A report about campus transportation is scheduled to come out the Friday.