We recognize that you may want to take a break from studies to unwind and connect with friends, and that you are used to finding those opportunities in the Adele H. Stamp Student Union. Staff in the Stamp have pulled together the following resources and opportunities to encourage you to relax and to be in community with others—regardless of your location!
#STAMPisHERE for You
The Adele H. Stamp Student Union is open with updated Spring 2021 operating hours, below. For a list of food, retail and other services in STAMP, go to stamp.umd.edu/reopen. Please note that face coverings are required for entry. We also ask that you observe posted signs upon entering and within the building for your safety and the safety of our collective community.
STAMP continues to provide a safe space for the community with COVID safety and cleaning/disinfecting protocols guided by the CDC and state/county recommendations. STAMP also will continue to be the COVID testing location for faculty, staff and students.
- CAMPUS MEMBERS (students, faculty, staff) may enter STAMP by swiping in with valid University IDs at any of our entrances. NOTE: Entry into the building requires you to attest that you are symptom free, have done a symptom check upon entering, and have completed University-required, return-to-campus training.
- GENERAL PUBLIC visiting STAMP must enter the building at the Main Entrance, facing Campus Drive. All visitors need to go through a symptom check upon entering.
Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday, 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Stamp’s Student Activities Office is committed to supporting student success through involvement and leadership opportunities. Visit thestamp.umd.edu/sorc for more.
Stamp’s Student Legal Aid and Graduate Legal Aid Offices will offer virtual appointments
To see a full slate of engagement opportunities, activities, and events waiting for you to join, visit TerpLink.
The University Career Center serves as a hub of career-related activities that includes advising appointments, events to network with employers, workshops, industry panels, and much more. All details can be found on our website and events calendar.
The Center provides access to all programs and services remotely, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday, for students to engage wherever they are.
SIGNATURE SERVICES, PROGRAMS & EVENTS:
- Careers4Terps, our online database of internship, full-time and part-time job postings, career-related resources, and the way for students to schedule career advising appointments
- Resume Reviews and Career Advising Appointments
- Explore Careers and Connect with Professionals
- 1-credit Career Courses
- PSYC123: The Psychology of Getting Hired • 1-credit
- EDCP108I: Learn about the step-by-step process of finding an internship • 1-credit
ACCESS RESOURCES ON THE UNIVERSITY CAREER CENTER WEBSITE:
Schedule a career advising appointment through Careers4Terps if you need additional assistance
- Research and choose a potential career post-graduation
- Search for internships and part-time jobs
- Improve your resume and cover letters
- Sharpen job search skills and strategies
- Plan for graduate and professional school
A NETWORK OF SUPPORT
The Center also supports distributed career offices located in the following schools and colleges:
- College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
- College of Arts and Humanities
- College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
- College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
- School of Public Health
- The Graduate School
The Center partners with other campus career operations, including:
- Robert H. Smith School of Business Career Services
- A. James Clark School of Engineering Career Services
- School of Public Policy Career Services