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Summer Session 2013




A web-based portal to various services and online community resources at UMBC. Use myUMBC to register or courses, view account balances, online bill payment, register for a parking permit, check university e-mail and check grades.    (See how to create a myUMBC account under FAQs)

Campus Card

The free photo ID provides instant access to campus services and facilities including: library services, cashless purchases for food, vending, copying and bookstore items. Call 443-612-2273 or visit the Campus Card office located in the University Center building.

UMBC Bookstore

Summer session textbooks are available at the UMBC Bookstore or can be ordered online. Textbooks, in the same condition as purchased, can be returned for a full refund with a sales receipt until June 3 (Session I) and July 12 (Session II).


On campus housing is available for students enrolled in summer session courses. Apply for housing through Residential Life.

Parking Permits

A UMBC parking permit is required to park on campus during the summer session. A valid UMBC permit must be displayed on all vehicles parked in non-metered lots or on roadways Monday through Thursday until 9:00 p.m. and until 3:30 p.m. on Friday. Parking permits can only be issued to registered students.

  • Current UMBC students: display the 2012/2013 parking tag
  • New/Visiting students: must register for a parking permit. The permit cost is included in the special sessions fees.

Parking Permit Zones

During summer and winter sessions, the modified zone plan allows student permit holders to park in Zones A, B, or C.

Official UMBC Transcript

The Office of the Registrar handles transcript requests.

Directions to UMBC

UMBC is located on a scenic suburban campus just 15 minutes from the sights and sounds of downtown Baltimore and 45 minutes from Washington, D.C.

Campus Map

View the UMBC campus map for a look at the layout of the campus. Near all entrances are directional signs indicating the location of each building. All buildings are identified by freestanding signs and lettering on the building.

Additional Resources

For a complete list of all student life; academic; administrative; and campus contacts, visit the additional resource page.







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