Getting involved at UMBC is a great way to meet people, build leadership skills and shape your own college experience at UMBC. There are several organizations within Residential Life and many more throughout UMBC that will help make the most of your time on campus.
Peer Review Council (PRC) is a group of Residential student leaders who decide the outcome of cases involving fellow students alleged to have violated the Residential Life polices and rules outlined in the Guide to Community Living. PRC membership is a wonderful volunteer leadership opportunity. No experience is necessary and training will be provided.
PRC Member Qualifications
- On-campus resident
- Good judicial standing
- Minimum 2.5 GPA
- A fair and impartial decision maker
- Work well with others
- Articulate yourself and be perceptive in your environment
- Maintain strict Confidentiality
- PRC Position Description
The close proximity of UMBC to the city of Baltimore offers unique historical, cultural, social and service opportunities. UMBC is a member of a 14-school organization called the Baltimore College Network www.baltimorecollegetown.org, which offers special student discounts and events just for students that can connect you with other students in the area.
What’s happening in Baltimore http://baltimorecollegetown.org/explore-baltimore/best-of-bmore/
What’s happening on college campus’ http://baltimorecollegetown.org/explore-baltimore/campus-events/index.html
Places of Interest around town, http://ocss.umbc.edu/places-of-interest/