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1201A Adele H. Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742


301-314-3375

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Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.



VETERANS INITIATIVE 

UM VETERANS INITIATIVE FUND

Group PictureThrough the University of Maryland Veterans Initiative the University is taking the lead nationally in providing services to our veterans, and has become a model for other colleges and universities developing a comprehensive approach to the needs of veterans. The UM Veterans Initiative provides the incentive and support necessary to help veterans achieve their academic and personal goals and enhances the support offered by the GI Bill.  We believe it is a privilege and a responsibility to provide the best possible opportunity for veterans to obtain the education and skills they desire. These men and women have made enormous sacrifices for our nation, and the University takes pride in promoting their readjustment to academic and civilian life and their continued success. We invite interested donors to join us in this important endeavor. 

To make a gift to the Veterans Initiative Fund, please click here.

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


 

EDWARD & JANET FRIEDSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

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The Edward and Janet Friedson Memorial Veterans Scholarship was established by the Friedson family in Ed and Janet's loving memory. Ed served as a Marine underwater demolitions expert during WWII. They became active Terps fans after opening Standard Pontiac in College Park in 1954 and were committed to educational causes, founding a career training program for incarcerated youths and a mentoring program for inner-city students.

To make a gift to the Edward and Janet Friedson Memorial Veterans Scholarship, please click here .

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.



PAUL E. AND JANE F. BUTLER VETERANS SCHOLARSHIP FUND

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The Paul E. and Jane F. Butler Scholarship provides annual scholarships for veterans with financial need who are enrolled in the Robert H. Smith School of Business. 

To make a gift to the Paul E. and Jane F. Butler Scholarship fund, please click here.


 

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.



ERNEST M. WILLCHER SCHOLARSHIP FUND

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The Ernest M. Willcher Veterans Scholarship was established in loving memory by his wife and sons to support veteran students at the University of Maryland College Park. Ernest was dedicated to education and earned a BS from the University of Maryland and a degree from the Washington College of Law. He was the proud father of two sons who also graduated from the University of Maryland. 

To make a gift to the Ernest M. Willcher Scholarship fund, please click here.



 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


 

UM VETERANS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND

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The UM Veterans Family Scholarship Fund was created with the purpose of supporting annual undergraduate scholarships to dependents, spouses or domestic partners of current Veterans.

 

To make a gift to the UM Veterans Family Scholarship Fund, please click here.



Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


ALTERNATIVE BREAKS FUND

 

More people standing aboutThe Alternative Breaks (AB) Program integrates leadership and community service opportunities through intensive multi-day national and international service trips over University class breaks. The powerful learning and serving experiences make a difference in the lives of students and in the communities in which they serve. Alternative Breaks sends hundreds of students each year on service-learning trips to address some of the most pressing social, political and environmental issues of our time.

To make a gift to the Alternative Breaks Operating fund, please click here.

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.



BERLAGE ALTERNATIVE BREAK SCHOLARSHIP

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The Berlage Alternative Spring Break Fund was established in June 2007 by Bruce and Donna Berlage. The Fund provides support for students to participate in Alternative Spring Break, a substance-free, community service-learning program in the Community Service-Learning Office of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union.

To make a gift to the Berlage Alternative Spring Break Fund, please click here.

 

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.



MARGARET MOOSE SWALLOW ALTERNATIVE BREAK SCHOLARSHIP

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The Margaret Moose Swallow Alternative Breaks Scholarship Fund annually awards scholarships to students attending a winter, spring or summer Alternative Break Trip with demonstrated financial need, willingness to serve others, and community engagement.

To make a gift to the Margaret Moose Swallow Alternative Breaks Scholarship fund, please click here.

 


Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


America Reads*America Counts

 

America Reads * America Counts, a partnership between the University of Maryland and Prince George's County Public Schools, provides a high quality mentoring program that enriches learning opportunities for both college and elementary school students.

Your support ensures that these programs continue to provide University of Maryland students with the opportunity to spend their team and energy tutoring elementary school students and thus investing in their community, while also making the investment yourself in future generations by positioning them to have the math and reading skills they need to become future Terps and give back to their community someday.

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.



AMERICA READS

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America Reads is a partnership between UM and Prince George's County Public Schools which provides high quality mentoring for elementary school students, helping them with reading, homework, critical thinking, reflective writing and hands-on group activities. Through their experiences with America Reads many UM students have looked into careers in teaching or non-profit management to help continue giving back to local communities.

To make a gift to the America Reads Fund, please click here.



Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.



AMERICA COUNTS

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America Counts is a partnership between UM and Prince George's County Public Schools which provides high quality after-school mentoring for elementary school students, helping them with reading, basic math skills, homework, problem solving and group activities. America Counts offers strong civic engagement opportunities for college students and through their experiences many students have followed careers in teaching or non-profit management.

To make a gift to the America Counts Fund, please click here.



Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


Contemporary Art Purchasing Program (CAPP)

 

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Every other year, five students are selected to serve on the Union Contemporary Art Purchasing Program (CAPP) Committee. The students take a class in contemporary art, learning contemporary art styles, price and value, how to work with galleries and how to build an art collection. During the spring semester, they research potential pieces and travel to Washington, D.C., Baltimore and New York City to purchase art for the Union’s permanent collection. Students present their recommendations to a panel of curators, collectors and artists for final selection of the works. The selected pieces become the property of the University and are showcased around the Adele H. Stamp Student Union, opening the eyes of students and community members to the varied perspectives and cultures of contemporary artists.

 To make a gift to the Contemporary Art Purchassing Program (CAPP), please click here.

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


Corporate Sponsorship

 

Today, you can connect with students, faculty/staff, community members and even alumni by becoming a corporate sponsor and investing in the student programs that make Maryland such a special place.

Home to over 800 student groups and departments, the Stamp sees on average 20,000 visitors a day who use its facilities for events, meetings, meals, coffee and special programs. The Stamp serves as a hub for students and faculty/staff on campus and provides great opportunity for exposure. 

For more information about how your organization can become a corporate partner of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union, please contact Claire Sullivan, Coordinator at 301-314-8511 or csulliv@umd.edu

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


Garden & Memorial Chapel

 

MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUND

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The Memorial Chapel is a multi-faceted campus facility serving numerous on-and off- campus populations and is home to a diverse range of events and personnel. Dedicated in 1952 as a living memorial to members of the University community that gave their lives in times of war, the Memorial Chapel is the center of religious life on campus and supports all fourteen university recognized chaplaincies and their programs.

To make a gift to the  Memorial Chapel Operating Fund, please click here.


 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


GARDEN OF REFLECTANCE AND REMEBERANCE

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In a time when most people run their lives with an overcrowded calendar and the world seems a bit more fragile, finding time—let alone a place—to reflect is difficult. The Garden of Reflection and Remembrance is such a place. We invite you to join us in creating this special campus addition. 

To make a gift to the Garden of Reflection & Remembrance and Memorial Chapel fund, please click here.

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.



GARDEN OF REFLECTION AND REMEMBERANCE IN HONOR OF MARSHA GUENZLER-STEVENS

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To make a gift to the Garden of Reflection & Remembrance and Memorial Chapel fund, please click here.

 

 

 

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


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STAMP STUDENT UNION ENHANCEMENT FUND

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The Stamp Student Union Enhancement Fund provides critical funding to support building renovations and other projects related to the improvement of the Stamp Student Union. In addition, funding provides support for student programming and other initiatives supporting student learning in the Stamp. 

 

To make a gift to the Stamp Student Union fund, please click here.

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.


Student Entertainment Events (SEE)

 

SEE SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Appears to be a rave or concert or somethingThe Student Entertainment Events Scholarship Fund shall be used to provide annual scholarship support to one or more current or incoming Student Entertainment Events Directors in good standing at the University. The time commitment involved with being a SEE student leader often prevents these students from having the opportunity to work a part time job. In recognition of this sacrifice, SEE and SUPC alumni, lead by Kirk S. Litton '95 and C. Kristopher Simpson '94, established in an endowed fund to support scholarships for SEE student leaders at the University of Maryland. 

To make a gift to the Student Entertainment Events (SEE) fund, please click here

 

Your support helps The Stamp achieve its mission of transforming and enriching the Maryland student experience.