It’s Reading Day, Terps! It’s hard to believe that the last day of classes was yesterday.
As you finish your studies, prepare your capstone projects or dissertations and/or study for finals, the 2022 University of Maryland's Model Citizenship Prize recipients Marjorie Justine Antonio and M Pease want to send a message of good luck and best wishes to all fellow Terps for Finals Week.
This 2021-2022 year was the first in-person academic year since the global pandemic began, and as restrictions lifted, our spirits lifted, too. Campus events and activities provided an opportunity for us to be in community with each other once again. With commencement around the corner, I join Marjorie and M to remind Terps to rest, find joy, community and care.
For all graduating seniors and graduate students, remember that the University of Maryland will always be your home. Thanks for your contributions and come back often! For returning Terps, we simply cannot wait to see you in the fall semester. Have a beautiful summer!
With a big week ahead of you, remember that — You got this, Terps, and we’ve got you!
Dr. Patty Perillo
Vice President for Student Affairs
STAMP Study Zone continues today through Wednesday, May 18. Don’t let finals stress you out! STAMP is offering a whole bunch of de-stressing events, including coloring, crafting, and meditation. See the full schedule at stamp.umd.edu/SSZ.
Study in TerpZone today, Wednesday, May 11 to Wednesday, May 18. Looking for a cozy and comfortable spot to get ready for finals? Come study in TerpZone during exam week! Learn more at stamp.umd.edu/TerpZone.
Paint Night on Thursday, May 12 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Studio A
Studio A’s Paint Nights are the perfect opportunity to relax and create with friends. There are instructors on hand, but zero pressure—what you paint is totally up to you! Attendees will get an 8x10 canvas, paint, and brushes, and can drop in any time during the 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. session. Reserve your spot at stamp.umd.edu/PaintNight.
HEALTH & WELL-BEING
The University Health Center wishes all students good luck on their finals! If you’d like to spend some time relaxing during this stressful period check out Wags for Wellness info down below. Good luck Terps!
Join the University Health Center and our friendly pups for the last Wags for Wellness session before the end of the semester! The last May visit is scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, May 12, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the University Health Center. Sign-ups are required. Visit go.umd.edu/wags for information on upcoming events.
The Pharmacy, located in the main lobby of the UHC provides services for students, faculty, staff and their immediate family members. Our pharmacy accepts many major insurance plans and also sells over-the-counter medications at a discounted price. To learn more visit health.umd.edu/pharmacy.
As you prepare for finals, the Counseling Center is here for you. Review our Common Student Concerns pages for some helpful information to combat test anxiety or concentration issues and follow us on social media (use the QR code above) for more mental health tips! If the stress of finals becomes too much, give us a call at 301-314-7651 to talk with a counselor.
The CARE office wishes you good luck with finals and reminds you to treat yourself with kindness this week and always! Once finals are over, CARE will continue to be open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and advocates will be able to see clients by appointment virtually or in-person. CARE will be closed for all summer holidays observed by the University. From Friday, May 20 to Monday, August 29, the CARE crisis line will be transferred to advocates at UM Capital Region Health DV/SA Center (Hospital) after hours and holidays. Have a great summer!
Are you staying in College Park this summer, but not taking classes? Then purchase your summer non-registered student membership today to maintain all RecWell access and privileges.
LIVING & LEARNING
ResLife needs volunteers: Be a part of the team to welcome our newest Terps to campus this fall! Sign up to volunteer during residence hall move-in. Volunteers will be able to move in early and receive some swag for their participation in the program. Attend one of our remaining information sessions to learn more about the experience. For more information, please visit the Arrival Survival Team Website.
The Terps Move-Out Donation Drive is a campus-wide initiative to engage in the sustainable practice of donating goods to benefit the local community during move-out at the end of the academic year.
From Wednesday, May 11 to Wednesday, May 18, residents will find a collection station in your residence hall in order to give away as many items that you don't plan to pack up and take home. For more information, please visit the Terps Move-Out Donation Drive website.
The Terp to Terp Campus ReStore coordinated by the Department of Resident Life was created to respond to students’ essential needs while encouraging a culture of social responsibility and reducing waste generation.
The program collects and distributes unused or gently used small appliances, cooking/kitchen items, room accessories, and school supplies donated throughout the year by students, faculty, and staff. For more information, please visit the Terp to Terp Campus ReStore website.
The 2022-2023 Student Organization Registration Cycle has opened and will continue through Thursday, June 2 at 11:45 p.m. Don't Wait! Start Here Today! Only an organization's President or Treasurer listed on the TerpLink roster can submit a registration form. The Student Organization Resource Center (SORC) runs the annual student organization registration process for undergraduate and graduate clubs/organizations in addition to registering new organizations.
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