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Student Experience

With over 800 student organizations on campus, there are so many ways to get involved. Student organizations promote leadership development, social responsibility, service learning, civic engagement, and multicultural competence. Join a student organization to make a difference and find your thing!

Leadership & Campus Involvement

A point of pride among Terps is the connection and involvement they can build on campus. There are so many ways to engage with the university, other students and the wider campus community.

The Adele H. Stamp Student Union - Center for Campus Life is the home for student organizations and is a great place to learn how to get connected. Visit their Student Involvement Suite on the Ground Floor of The Stamp, or check out TerpLink to see what student groups might interest you. There are a lot to choose from!

Leadership & Community Service Learning (LCSL), also located on the Ground Floor of The Stamp, which promotes social change and learning through community engagement. Find out how you can get involved or about LCSL's academic opportunities.

Of course, activities don’t end at the walls of campus buildings. We encourage you to get involved with organizations like the Student Government Association, Graduate Student Government and Residence Hall Association so that you can help to make a difference on campus.

Greek Life

Joining a fraternity or sorority on campus is another way to develop leadership skills and promote strong community values. Greek Life offers a unique student involvement experience. Learn more from the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

Campus Employment

Student organizations and campus groups are not the only ways to get involved on campus. The Division of Students Affairs is proud to employ over 1200 students in positions across our 15 departments!

Student employment is an excellent way to gain work experience, make new friends and connections with staff, and earn some money! Whether an internship or part-time work, you can gain valuable workplace skills by taking advantage of the many opportunities we have to offer on campus and in the local and regional community.

For student employment opportunities visit the University Career Center in 3100 Hornbake Library, or see the University Career Center site.

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