With over 800 student organizations on campus, it's easy to get involved. Student organizations promote leadership development, social responsibility, service learning, civic engagement, and multicultural competence. See what's available in terms of social, academic, cultural, service, advocacy, political and other organizations at The Stamp.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) acts as a governing body for the students of the University of Maryland. SGA sponsors student groups providing them with funding so that they can make a positive difference for students on campus. You can get involved, too! Check out the SGA web site.
Fraternities & Sororities
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.
Student employment is an excellent way to gain work experience, make new friends, 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 web site.
Graduate Student Involvement
Graduate Student Life promotes campus community and increases cross-discipline interaction for all UM graduate students. See more information on the GSL web site.
The Graduate Student Government advocates for graduate students by bringing concerns to University officials, the Board of Regents and lawmakers. See more information on the GSG web site.