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Advising Information

Photo of the ITE buildingAcademic Advisors are located in ITE 202-206 and are here to help you stay on track towards graduation. Advisors can answer general questions, provide referrals to campus resources, and assist with registration.


Josh Abrams –

Anne Arey –

Emily Stephens –

All advisors can be reached at (410) 455-3096

Student Accountability
Professional staff and faculty advisors are committed to working closely with students to ensure that all requirements for graduation are met. However, UMBC holds the premise that ultimately the student is responsible for making his or her own academic choices to meet the requirements for a UMBC degree and that the university system of advisement must support the student’s freedom of choice and right to make individual decisions. The expectation is that a student is ultimately responsible for ensuring that he/she is knowledgeable about current academic policies, procedures and requirements through use of the catalog, schedule of classes, departmental documents and meetings with his/her advisor on a regular basis. In addition, students must accept responsibility for their academic choices, and, with the help of an advisor, plan their schedules understanding their social, academic and career goals.

Academic Integrity

The College of Engineering and Information Technology strictly adheres to the University Policy regarding academic integrity. Students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with these policies.