Parking on campus is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests who plan to drive are strongly advised to carpool. Those who are staying nearby or in the city are encouraged to walk, take a taxi, use a ride share service, or take public transportation.
Complimentary parking will be available from 7:00 a.m. on Monday, May 20 until 12:00 p.m. on Friday, May 24 in the South and San Martin garages on the Homewood campus. Shuttles will run on a loop between the garages and Homewood Field.
In addition to garage parking, street parking is available in the neighborhoods surrounding the campus. Please pay attention to posted signs and be aware that fees and/or permit restrictions may apply when parking on the street.
Accessible parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis in the Homewood Field Lot. A state-issued license plate or hangtag is required. Additional details are available on the Event Accessibility page.
Guests traveling in groups are encouraged drop off those who have a disability and then park in one of the campus garages. This will allow more availability of accessible spaces for those who are traveling alone or who need assistance. Guests can be dropped off in front of the Schelle Pavilion on West University Parkway at Homewood Field.
From the time the gates open until the ceremony begins, shuttles between the parking garages and Homewood Field will operate every 5-10 minutes as traffic permits.
For the first hour after the ceremony has begun, shuttles will operate every 15-20 minutes. After that time, those who must leave the ceremony early should report to the shuttle boarding area near Homewood Field, where transportation personnel will arrange a ride back to the specified garage.
From the ceremony end until one hour after the ceremony has concluded, shuttles will operate from Homewood Field to the parking garages every 5-10 minutes as traffic permits.
Accessible shuttles are available at all shuttle stops.
Homewood Field is accessible via taxi or ride share services.
Please use 109 W University Parkway, Baltimore, MD 21210 as your drop off or pick up address.
Public Transit Buses
The Maryland Transit Authority (MTA) operates a number of bus routes. These include high frequency CityLink routes, LocalLink, and Express BusLink routes throughout Baltimore and the surrounding area.
Service routes and timetables can be found on the MTA website, and personalized trip information can be generated on the Trip Planner page.
Charm City Circulator
The Charm City Circulator is a fleet of free shuttles that travel four routes in Baltimore City. A full map of the service routes, as well as the schedule, can be found on their website.
The Homewood campus is located on the Purple Route.