Congratulations to Robert Ader III on winning an academic year on-campus room and premium dining plan for 2017-2018!
The Office of Parent and Family Affairs is conducting our biennial survey of the parents/families of the university’s undergraduate students.
La Oficina para Asuntos de Padres y Familias realiza una encuesta cada dos años a los padres/familias de los estudiantes no graduados.
The University Health Center is proud to introduce parents and families to a new student organization, Terps for Recovery (TFR).
The Department of Resident Life is committed to providing on-campus housing to the greatest number of students possible. Looking ahead to next fall, we recommend that you begin considering next year's housing plans with this outlook in mind.
The 2015 Annual Safety and Security Report is available for your review. Statistics comparing crime over the previous three years are outlined in the report.
Learn how the university is prepared for Mumps on campus.
As you may have read or seen on the news recently, there is currently an outbreak of a mosquito-transmitted virus called Zika in a portion of the United States. Get the latest information on measures the university is taking to prepare campus and advice for students.
The Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences introduces UMD SIGNA to support students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Spring Semester is moving along at UMD and spring break is just around the corner. As you look ahead to the end of this semester and preparing for the summer, we wanted to share some important information with you about the upcoming spring break, final exams, and the closing of the residence hall in May. Please take a minute to review this information.
As you may have read or seen on the news recently, there is currently an outbreak of a mosquito-transmitted virus called Zika in a number of locations around the world. With spring break just around the corner, get the latest information on the Zika virus that may inform your plans for travelling.