We'll help get you there.
Take the next step to finish what you started.
Whether you’re on the path to graduation or remapping your career goals, UB will prepare you for success beyond the classroom. You could be among the 1,000+ students who transfer to UB each year, pursuing a degree or certificate in today’s most in-demand fields, at a midtown Baltimore location that puts you close to major employers in the greater metro area. It’s why we say: UB provides Knowledge That Works for you.
You can afford UB.
At UB, earning your degree doesn't mean breaking the bank. If you’re an incoming transfer student, we’ll automatically consider you for merit scholarships; if you qualify, you could receive up to $3,000 per year. Find out if you're eligible.
TRANSFERING MADE EASY
We work hard to make transferring to UB a smooth, easy process. Whether you’re transferring from a four-year program or a community college, we make ensuring your credits transfer our specialty.
meet our students
Major: Human Services Administration
Hometown: Virginia Beach, Virginia
“A lot of us are nonconventional students. We have families that we go home and cook dinner for. We have jobs that we are trying to provide for our families with. We are trying to get jobs. We are volunteering in our community. We are making an impact daily.”
Major: Business Administration, finance specialization
Hometown: Baltimore, Maryland
“As a transfer student, my experience was enhanced through support and ongoing coaching by the numerous services offered on our campus. … From my service experience as a volunteer to the career services to align my passion with my career, UB pays close attention to the success of its students.”
Major: Business Administration, international business specialization
Hometown: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
“I had one goal and one goal only: to finish a degree in business and go further than anyone in my family ever had—obtaining a law degree. My first day at UB, I realized I belong here and I never looked back. My main goal now is to finish my degree and I look forward to becoming a first-year law school student in 2015.”
Major: Business Administration, accounting specialization
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“If I had to characterize the UB student in one word, it’s nontraditional. We have people coming back from military service, people who didn’t have the chance to attend college when they were younger and people who are looking for a second chance at a better future. Regardless of their story, UB is granting all types of students the opportunity to get what they want.”