Adele H. Stamp Student Union, Center for Campus Life
Our campus community center for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to the University of Maryland, The Stamp is the site of many cultural, social and recreational activities at Maryland.
Conferences & Visitor Services
Conferences & Visitor Services provides administrative and logistical support for hosting educational conferences, summer camps and other similar non-credit programs and events.
The Counseling Center provides counseling services and interest testing to help students having difficulties deciding upon a major or career path. Services offered include individual counseling, Majors Walk-In Hour, a one-credit course (“Choosing a Major”), and vocational testing in orientation classes for freshmen.
Development & External Relations
The Office of Development & External Relations offers outreach and alumni engagement through event programming and giving opportunities for Division of Student Affairs initiatives and priorities.
The Department of Dining Services, rated one of the top self-operated and self-supported campus dining programs in the country, provides popular and nutritious food in a welcoming setting every day. Campus dining options include a large selection of popular food choices and traditional entrées.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
The Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life advises and supports recognized social and community service-based fraternities and sororities. They also manage the university-owned fraternity and sorority houses and help to coordinate the efforts of off-campus fraternity and sorority houses.
Parent & Family Affairs
The Office of Parent and Family Affairs gives parents and family members an opportunity to play an active, supporting role in the education of their student; to provide a forum for fellowship and networking with other families; and to further the educational goals of the University of Maryland by improving communication between parents and the university community.
The Department of Resident Life is responsible for management of the residence halls as well as the cultural, educational, recreational and social programs and activities in those communities. Living in residence halls, students learn and grow as they practice good citizenship, put their scholarly pursuits first, and develop leadership skills.
The Department of Residential Facilities is responsible for routine and emergency maintenance and housekeeping services in the residence halls and community centers.
The Office of Student Conduct resolves allegations of misconduct under the Code of Student Conduct and the Code of Academic Integrity in a manner consistent with the core values of fairness, honesty and integrity.
The Department of Transportation Services is responsible for managing and maintaining more than 18,000 parking spaces on the campus, the Shuttle-UM transit system, the NITE Ride service, and the Terp Rider Carpool Program.
University Career Center
The University Career Center & The President’s Promise provides a variety of programs and services to meet the career development and employment needs of our students.
University Health Center
The University Health Center is a nationally accredited ambulatory health-care facility. All registered students living on or off campus are eligible to use the University Health Center.
University Recreation & Wellness
Boasting some of the most advanced recreation, sports and fitness facilities in the nation, Recreation & Wellness (RecWell) offers a wide variety of recreation programs including aquatics, fitness programs, informal recreation, intramural sports, non-credit instruction, sport clubs and outdoor recreation, including an 18-hole championship golf course.