University Of Maryland Baltimore County Map

The University of Maryland Baltimore County maps page is a great resource for anyone who needs help finding their way around the campus. It includes maps of everything from buildings to roads, including locations like:

University Of Maryland Baltimore County Map

Find out what’s happening on campus!

  • Check out the UMBC Calendar
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Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery

The Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery is located on the first floor of the library, and is open to the public during regular operating hours. The library is named after Albin Ogden Kuhn, who was a professor at UMBC from 1966 until his death in 1994. He was also known for founding the Center for Environmental Science Research at UMBC.

The library offers many resources, including books and journals that you can check out for an allotted number of days (the typical limit is 21). If you’re interested in research materials, there are also computers available with access to databases like JSTOR or Academic Search Premier (for basic searches). The desk staff can help point you towards any additional sources that might be useful for your academic studies!

Art/Sociology Building

Art/Sociology Building

Address: 1 University Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21250

Phone Number: 443-481-1300

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8am to 7pm. Special hours on the first weekend of every month as follows: Saturday 9am – 5pm and Sunday 12pm – 5pm. Closed all federal holidays.

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Commons Area

The Commons Area is located on the first floor of the University Commons and is accessible from the main lobby, or through our South Entrance. It serves as a central location for various student activities, including tutoring sessions, lectures and screenings. The room itself can accommodate up to 100 people, but seats about 50 comfortably.

Eating places are also located in this area – if you need a place to grab something quick before heading to class check out Starbucks, Subway or Quiznos!

The Commons Garage

The Commons Garage is located at 100 Celebration Place, Baltimore, MD 21250. The garage is open Monday – Friday from 5 a.m. to 3 p.m., and on Saturdays from 6 a.m.-1 p.m.*

You can find parking rates on their website along with additional information about how to pay for parking in this location.*

Note: Parking permits are required Monday – Friday from 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., and Saturday 6:00 am – 1pm only during Fall Semester (Sept.-Dec.) except holiday weekends when permit rules apply year round (July 1st through Labor Day) including weekends and holidays.*

The Commons Office Building

The Commons Office Building is located in the Commons Area of UMBC. The building houses all of Student Life, including student conduct, leadership development, and student organizations.

Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Building

Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Building

6100 Hilltop Circle

This building is home to the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Electrical Engineering, both of which are integral components of UMBC’s world-class research program. It was named for John J. Krol, a UMBC alumnus who was instrumental in establishing Maryland as an epicenter for computer science research.

Fine Arts Building

  • Fine Arts Building

The Fine Arts Building is a two-story, 17,000-square-foot building that houses the departments of Art, Art History and Art Education. The building includes a large gallery space with exhibition space for student work as well as offices and classrooms for faculty. The Fine Arts Building is located at the intersection of Hilltop Circle and Hilltop Lane.

Erickson Field

Erickson Field is the home of the UMBC Retrievers and is located on the south side of campus. It’s a multi-use stadium, hosting football, lacrosse, track & field and soccer games throughout the year.

The stadium has a capacity of 10,000 for football games and 8,500 for lacrosse matches.

The Hilltop Circle Residence Hall Complex (Hilltop)

The Hilltop Circle Residence Hall Complex (Hilltop) houses approximately 1,000 students in four buildings. The Hilltop residence hall complex is home to and operated by the Office of Housing and Residence Life.

House of Delegates Chamber, Annapolis

The House of Delegates Chamber is located in the Maryland State House, which is part of the Annapolis Historic District. The state capitol building is a National Historic Landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The House of Delegates Chamber was the first legislative chamber in continuous use in America, having been built from 1772 to 1779. It was also the first public building constructed using bricks manufactured solely from clay dug near where it stands today.

Hyde Hall and Sondheim Hall (Hilltop)

Hyde Hall and Sondheim Hall (Hilltop)

  • Hyde Hall: A classroom building that opened in 1969, you may have seen it on your campus tour. It’s home to the Division of Instructional Technology, Media Services, and Learning Support Services.
  • Sondheim Hall: One of UMBC’s newest buildings (and another one you might have taken a tour through), this structure was built in 2002 as part of an effort to revitalize the campus’s “front door” entrance at York Road. The building houses classrooms and labs for Humanities courses; the Center for Arts & Humanities; and offices for Student Affairs staff.

Interfaith Center Chapel/Lounge (Hilltop)

The Interfaith Center Chapel/Lounge is open to all students, staff, faculty and visitors of the University. It is located in Hilltop House (address: 5501 Hilltop Circle), which is just south of the North Campus Dining Pavilion. The facility features a large meeting room that can accommodate up to 60 people and has audio-visual capabilities; an adjoining lounge with a fireplace that can accommodate up to 20 people; and religious texts from various faith traditions available for browsing or borrowing.

The hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 11:00 AM until 6:00 PM (excluding university holidays). For more information about this facility, please contact Bobbie Greenfield at 410-455-4366 or

Information Systems and Technology (IST) Building/Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture (CADVC) Building

The IST building and the CADVC building are located on the corner of Campus Drive and Hilltop Circle.

If you’re looking for the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department (CS/EEC), it is located in the IST building. If you want to visit any of our other departments, they are located in either an adjacent building or nearby campus locations.

Ritchie Coliseum and the Activities Room complex (ARC)

Ritchie Coliseum and the Activities Room complex (ARC) are two buildings located on campus that house a variety of offices and classrooms, including the Department of Athletics.

The Ritchie Coliseum has a seating capacity of 4,500. It is home to the UMBC Retrievers basketball and volleyball teams and hosts many events throughout the year. The arena was named after former UMBC President Dr. Richard N. Ritchie in 1998 following his retirement from 33 years as president at UMBC.

The Activities Room complex (ARC) houses many departments including student affairs, housing services and financial aid offices along with classrooms for courses such as anthropology, criminal justice/criminalistics and geography classes among others under various colleges across campus such as Arts & Sciences or Health Professions

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UMBC Campus Map (pdf)

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The UMBC map has a lot of information on it. We hope that you can use this to better understand your surroundings and find the building you’re looking for.

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