Baltimore Collegetown Network partner institutions open their libraries and classrooms to students in the network. These agreements are summarized below; to learn more contact your college or university library or registrar's office.
Baltimore Academic Libraries Consortium
The libraries of several local colleges and universities allow students, faculty and staff to borrow books at participating institutions. In order to use libraries at each campus, students need a current campus ID, with a picture or an additional photo ID. Loan periods will vary, so be sure to ask about the rules at the library you are visiting. Most of the libraries do not lend periodicals, audiovisual materials or class reserves. Materials must be returned to the lending library.
- Baltimore Hebrew University
- Goucher College
- Loyola College
- Maryland Institute College of Art
- Morgan State University
- Notre Dame of Maryland University
- St. Mary's Seminary and University
- Stevenson University Library
- Towson University
- University of Baltimore
Baltimore Student Exchange Program
In 1999, twelve BCN institutions signed an academic agreement allowing students to cross-register for courses at other member colleges and universities. According to the agreement, students can take up to two classes a year at another institution (although exceptions can be made). Students register for courses through their home institution. Students should contact their academic advisor or registrar’s office for specific guidelines and procedures. Click here to download the Baltimore Student Exchange Program Agreement.
Participating schools are:
Baltimore Hebrew University
College of Notre Dame
Coppin State University
Johns Hopkins University
Loyola College in Maryland
Maryland Institute College of Art
Morgan State University
University of Baltimore