It's part of the city’s latest efforts to encourage “social distancing” to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Twenty-four people signed up to help students in need.
The bill still requires Gov. Larry Hogan's signature.
So far, 37 Marylanders have tested positive, including 10 in Prince George’s County.
Drive-thru and food delivery services will continue to operate, he said.
The announcement comes as the governor closed the state's casinos, racetracks and simulcast betting facilities indefinitely.
The university suspended programs in Italy, China and South Korea earlier this semester.
“The whole point of a public health issue is not to bring everybody together."
This university has ranked since 2011, and jumped six places from last year.
Five umbrellas will be equipped with solar-powered charging technology by April.