Graduate life for Public Policy students goes beyond the classroom and the computer lab, to professional and social activities on and off campus. We have a variety of resources to help our students stay connected to each other and to the University.
The Public Policy Blackboard site contains useful resources for students and alumni including job announcements scholarship and grant opportunities, and course worksheets. Enrolled students and alumni can log into the site through myUMBC.
The Public Policy Graduate Student Association organizes social and professional development activities to support Public Policy students and complement their educational program.
The UMBC Graduate Student Association (GSA) supports the academic, professional, social and personal needs of all of UMBC’s graduate student community.
Join the Public Policy e-mail list to keep up on important information about our program, and receive notices about upcoming events and lectures. To join, send us an e-mail with your name and e-mail address.
- Stephen S. Johnston receives Judith A. Shinogle Memorial Award
- John Olszewski named to "20 in Their Twenties" list
- Students, faculty win APHA Honorable Mention
For New Students
For Graduating Students
Links to Professional Associations