THE STAMP VISION:
Transforming and enriching the Maryland experience
THE STAMP MISSION:
To provide a safe and inviting campus center where all UM students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members cultivate lifelong relationships founded on engagement, learning, multiculturalism, and citizenship .
ADELE H. STAMP STUDENT UNION – CENTER FOR CAMPUS LIFE
Director: Dr. Marsha Guenzler-Stevens
Campus Address: 3100 Adele H. Stamp Student Union
Outline of Services Found at the Union:
Download the 2013-2014 Stamp Annual Report: 2012-2013_Stamp_Annual_Report.pdf
Staff members can take advantage of services outlined above including banking, dining, and room reservations. At the University Book Center, staff can receive a 20% discount on merchandise and 10% discount on textbooks at all times. Our staff is always willing to collaborate in developing new programs and services for our students.
A student-centered environment is a community devoted to enhancing students' learning and development. The STAMP is dedicated to involving students in meaningful ways in which they are able to interact with others and gain valuable experience and skills. Staff members serve as advocates, advisors, mentors, and partners in shaping the student experience.
Engagement is critical to academic success. As such, The STAMP provides cocurricular programming that encourages and complements classroom learning, academic courses that enrich the formal curriculum, and facilities that are conducive to supporting the academic mission of the institution.
Personal development is a capacity-building process aimed at enhancing self-awareness, self-confidence, and emotional competence. Personal development occurs within the campus, local, and broader communities. Through social and educational programming, developmental employment opportunities, and group involvement experiences, The STAMP promotes learning that increases understanding of personal identity, cognitive skills, and the ability to work effectively with others. We are committed to advancing the education of students for civically engaged leadership in a multicultural society.
Safe and inviting campus center:
The STAMP is a safe and inviting campus center that is open, accessible, and welcoming to all. This is a function of both the physical space and inclusive climate. The environment is one in which all individuals see themselves represented in both the building and staffing structures. Services meet a wide range of needs. Operations and maintenance focus on sustainability and environmental sensitivity.
Strong commitment to: