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Working with UMBC remotely

IES International Student and Scholar Services

IES will continue to work as usual, remotely. We will remain available over email and can set up remote advising appointments as needed. We will also remain able to prepare I-20’s and any other regular immigration needs.

IT Support for problems with online course programs

UMBC’s Department of Information Technology (DoIT) will continue their work remotely, and are available to help if you are experiencing problems with the technology needed to participate in classes remotely.  Please find their help guidelines here:  https://doit.umbc.edu/support/

Disability Support Services

For students working with a disability that might make remote coursework difficult, please contact UMBC’s Student Disability Services Office for support and guidance here: https://sds.umbc.edu/

On-Campus Employment

Please discuss your work with your supervisor to understand if you will be able to continue working after campus closes.  Some roles will be able to continue, if they can be done remotely, and some will need to stop their work until campus reopens again, depending on the nature of the job. Please discuss with your supervisor.

UHS and Counseling Center Availability

Even when classes are cancelled, if the University is open for faculty and staff, UHS and the Counseling Center will be available to provide services.

  • University Health Services will be providing services remotely, from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays. Please call 410-455-2542. If you have non-emergency health concerns outside of regular business hours and wish to speak with someone from UMBC’s After-Hours Support Line, please call 410-455-3230. If you are experiencing a physical health emergency while on campus please call UMBC Police at 410-455-5555. If you are off campus please call or 911, or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.
  • The Counseling Center is providing students with crisis support remotely via Webex and phone from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays. Please call 410-455-2472. If you have mental health concerns outside of regular business hours and wish to speak with someone from our After-Hours Support Line, please call 410-455-3230.

 

UMBC Transit

UMBC Transit has suspended all routes effective 03/20/20 and until further notice. Information and alternative transportation options will be posted to the Transit group page. Please refer all questions via email to transit@umbc.edu.

 

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