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Keep Connected

The Division of Student Affairs shares a weekly E-newsletter with the campus community featuring upcoming events, programs and resources available to you! We encourage you to get involved, participate, and enjoy everything the University of Maryland and the Division of Student Affairs has to offer.

Keep Connected E-Newsletter

  • November 2 Message

    Dear Terp, I am thankful for our Terp Vets for their service to our country and community. If you’re able, please join me in honoring and remembering our Veterans at the annual Veterans Day Service at Memorial Chapel, next Friday, November 11 at noon. Thank you for your service, Terp Vets.

  • October 26 Message

    Dear Terp, You co-create student life at the University of Maryland with other students. The events and experiences you participate in keep Maryland moving forward. Whether it’s singing the Victory Song at a football game, enjoying an ice cream cone from The Dairy, or rubbing Testudo’s nose, what you do here enriches our campus life and paves the way for future Terps.

  • October 19 Message

    Dear Terp, It’s the middle of the semester and we know that you have a lot going on. Juggling academic and work obligations, staying socially connected, and carving out some time for yourself can be overwhelming. With all that you are carrying, please look after yourself and your fellow Terps.

  • October 12 Message

    Dear Terp, I will make this simple and clear ― VOTE! If you're not registered to vote yet, you can do that at UMD TurboVote or by using the Online Voter Registration System. Remember, the deadline to register to vote is next Tuesday, October 18!

  • October 5 Message

    This week, the University of Maryland is recognizing Mental Health Awareness Week, a collection of events and resources that brings attention to the importance of focusing on your mental health. This is a huge priority for our university, and last week, President Pines shared a message of support, which included even more campus mental health resources.

  • September 21 Message

    It’s never too early or too late to focus on career preparation while on your journey of discovery here at Maryland. I hope that you plan to stop by the Fall Career & Internship Fair next week at the STAMP to learn more about all of the opportunities and career possibilities that await you.

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