UMBC Erickson School of Aging

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UMBC Erickson School of Aging
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Type Public
Established 2004
Dean Judah L. Ronch[1]
Location Baltimore, Maryland, United States

The Erickson School of Aging at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County was founded in 2004 by John C. Erickson, with a $5 million gift from Catonsville-based Erickson Retirement Services. Erickson Communities now has more than 18,000 residents living in a nationwide network of communities.[2]


To prepare a community of leaders who will use their education to improve society by enhancing the lives of older adults.

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