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

  • December 15 Message

    Today marks the first day of finals and I want you to know that the Student Affairs Leadership Team and I are so proud of you and wish you all the best. Some of you may be done with exams, some are nearly done, and still some have a ways to go over the next week. No matter where you are in the process, we know that your resilience, determination, and good work will get you through.

  • December 8 Message

    I meet regularly with students...some who are not involved, some in student organizations, and others who are formal leaders including the presidents of SGA, GSG, and RHA. I work with students directly because I never forget that students are the reason we are here!

  • December 1 Message

    Welcome back from an extended and needed break! It’s now December and, with only a few weeks left in the semester, I know that there’s a lot to do between now and finals - final projects, papers, and a whole lot of studying. I hope that you continue to prioritize your health and well-being during this time!

  • November 17 Message

    I am glad that Thanksgiving Break is approaching as I know that you need time to rest, relax, and rejuvenate. I also know the transition back to in-person learning has been harder than expected. So, please use this break to enjoy time with friends and family; read a great book; catch-up on that Netflix series everyone told you about; enjoy the little things that make you smile; sleep, eat well, and exercise; and, come back ready to do more amazing things at the University of Maryland.

  • November 10 Message

    Tomorrow marks the official observance of Veterans Day and it provides another opportunity to honor and remember our military Veterans for their commitment to our country and call to serve. It’s fitting that our Veterans Day Service will be held in our university’s Memorial Chapel, which is named in honor of the members of our community who lost their lives serving our country in the United States Armed Forces.

  • November 3 Message

    We’re a little more than halfway through the fall semester, and we all know what that means - midterms! As I am currently teaching a graduate course this semester and working closely with the college Deans, I know what you are experiencing right now - mid-semester tests, projects, papers, tests, auditions, lab reports, applications, and so much more!

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