UMBC parking permit:
- Request a UMBC parking permit (if you don’t already have a valid permit)
- Be sure to request your parking permit several weeks in advance to ensure it arrives before the start of classes.
Student ID Card:
- Obtain a campus card (student ID).
myUMBC, UMBC e-mail, and myUMBC Help Tickets:
- Make sure you have an active myUMBC account.
- Check your UMBC e-mail account on a regular basis.
- View how to forward your UMBC e-mails to an already existing e-mail account (Hotmail, Gmail, etc.)
- Submit a myUMBC Help Ticket for billing issues, computing/technology support, questions about your class schedule, grades, etc.
- Before the session begin, check your Blackboard account to see course updates/assignments.
- Purchase your textbooks and other course related materials.
E2Campus (text alerts):
- Sign-up for E2Campus, an emergency alert text-messaging system that notifies subscribers of any campus-related emergency (such as a potential safety hazard or campus closure due to weather).
- Check here for more information about E2Campus alerts.
- Check to see what housing options are available during summer/winter sessions.
Get involved and connect with students outside the classroom!
- The Student Events Board (seb) hosts regular on-campus activities and some off campus trips.
- See what events are happening at the Retriever Athletic Center (RAC).
- All RAC users must present a valid UMBC campus card (student) ID to gain entry.
- Visit the Arts & Culture Calendar for information about dance, music, visual art, theatre, and other