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Transfer Information: University of Baltimore (UB)

For students and transfer ambassadors to help with the transfer research process.

Institution Description

Institution Description

  • Public- www.ubalt.edu
  • Size: 2,097 undergraduate
  • Location: Baltimore City, Maryland
  • National Recognition: Ranked 111 by US News and World Reports Best Colleges is Regional Universities North

Rankings and Data

Transfer Admission

Transfer Admission

  • Admission Profile: Not selectiveAcceptance Rate: 78%
  • Admission Requirements: Depends on student status as high school or out of high school for more than 3 years.  Standardized testing is optional for admissions
  • http://www.ubalt.edu/admission/

For HS students or those out of HS less than 3 years, applying as test scores optional: Submit the following items:

  1. application for admission and $35 nonrefundable application fee
  2. essay/personal statement (see below)
  3. official high-school transcript (must be sent directly to UBalt)
  4. official standardized test scores (SAT code=5810; ACT code=1744), to be considered for scholarships
  5. letter of recommendation
  6. resume and list of extracurricular activities are optional but highly encouraged
  7. a second essay may be requested

For HS students or those out of HS less than 3 years, applying with test scores: Submit the following items:

  1. application for admission and $35 nonrefundable application fee
  2. essay/personal statement (see below)
  3. official high-school transcript (must be sent directly to UBalt)
  4. official standardized test scores (SAT code=5810; ACT code=1744)
  5. resume, list of extracurricular activities and letters of recommendation are optional but highly encouraged
  6. a second essay may be requested

For applicants that are out of HS more than 3 years, submit the following items:

  1. application for admission and $35 nonrefundable application fee
  2. essay/personal statement
  3. official high-school transcript (must be sent directly to UBalt)
  4. resume
  5. two letters of recommendation
  • Admission Process: Common Application? No
  • Deadlines: Priority Deadlines
  • March 1: Maryland state grant application deadline
  • Oct. 30: fall review date for spring applications
  • Aug. 1: summer/final review date for fall applications
  • Fees
    •  application fee- $35 nonrefundable

Financial Aid

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Costs

Costs - http://www.ubalt.edu/admission/tuition-and-fees/index.cfm

A course load of 12 credits or more per semester is considered full time for undergraduates.  Web classes are an additional $41 per credit hour of tuition (in state) or $64 per credit hour of tuition (out of state).

  • Laboratory fees apply to certain courses. The amount varies, depending on the course.Part-time tuition is charged at $320 per credit in-state or $1,012 out-of-state.
  • Auxiliary Construction Fee is $3 per credit (from 1-11 credits). The full-time rate of $36 applies to 12 or more credits.
  • Auxiliary Operating Fee is $23 per credit (from 1-11 credits). The full-time rate of $273 applies to 12 or more credits.
  • Student Center Fee is $34 per credit (from 1-11 credits). The full-time rate of $407 applies to 12 or more credits.
  • Student Services Fee is $16 per credit (from 1-11 credits). The full-time rate of $192 applies to 12 or more credits.
  • Student Government Association Fee is a flat rate of $25.
  • Technology Fee is $9 per credit (from 1-11 credits). The full-time rate of $108 applies to 12 or more credits.