The University of Baltimore was founded in 1925 as a private institution by civic leaders who wanted to provide low-cost, part-time evening study in business and law for working adults.
In 1975, UBalt became a public institution and an upper-division university and began eliminating its freshman and sophomore classes, inter-collegiate athletics and other extracurricular activities such as the yearbook.
In 1982, the business school became the Robert G. Merrick School of Business and the liberal arts college became the Yale Gordon College of Liberal Arts.
In 1988, UBalt fell under the governance of the Maryland Board of Regents, and became a part of what is now known as the University System of Maryland.
Through the LibGuide, you can learn more about the 100th anniversary of the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City and the 2020 centennial of the 19th amendment in the United States with a link to the digital exhibit: The League of Women Voters: The Legacy of Suffrage.
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