STAMP Student Union

Adele H. Stamp Student Union

The Stamp is the center of student life at the University of Maryland. As the home base for many organizations serving students on campus, the Stamp provide a safe and inviting campus center where all UMD students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members cultivate lifelong relationships founded on engagement, learning, multiculturalism, and citizenship. The Stamp also features a food court, the University Book Center, TerpZone, the Stamp Art Gallery, and several shops and services.

Learn more about the Stamp and all it has to offer at thestamp.umd.edu

Hours

Mon-Thurs: 7am-12am

Friday: 7am-1:30am

Saturday: 8am-1:30am

Sunday: 11am-12am

Student Affairs

Art & Learning Center (ALC)

The Art and Learning Center is an interactive center encouraging the self-expression and self-development of the UMD community. They offer a creative outlet for students, faculty/staff, and community members via non-credit courses in the arts. Through their weekly classes and frequent workshops, they provide the opportunity to learn new skills, explore a topic, or pursue a creative passion. In addition, they serve as a creative partner for student groups, campus organizations, and departments by offering a physical space and environment for people to come together and create. They encourage people to engage individually and as a team with different modes of perception and expression.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/art_learning_center

Contact ALC at 301-314-ARTS or artlearn@umd.edu

 

Graduate Student Life (GSL)

That's us! The Graduate Student Life staff strive to build community among GradTerps, provide effective communications to resources and people, and advocate for GradTerps throughout the University of Maryland.

Learn more about us at thestamp.umd.edu/gsl and on Facebook.

Contact GSL at 301-314-9544 or gradstudentlife@umd.edu

 

Hoff Theater & Ticketing

The STAMP Ticket Office is the primary location for event ticket sales for over 500 student organizations. Located on the Ground Floor next to the Hoff Theater, the Ticket Office is the place to pay for all of your event-related costs, rent rooms and equipment, and purchase tickets for awesome events!

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/event_guest_services/ticket_office

Contact the Ticket Office at 301-314-TKTS


Leadership & Community Service Learning (LCSL)

 LCSL engages students in leadership development and service opportunities that foster transformative learning and social change. LCSL consists of 5 main program areas that are open to and designed for all UMD students, regardless of affiliation, major, identity or status. As a result, dialogues, classrooms, relationships, and learning environments with LCSL are opportunities for diverse students and staff to share perspectives, ask critical questions, and engage meaningfully with each other.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/leadership_community_service-learning

Contact LCSL at 301-405-9044 or lcslassistant@umd.edu

 

The Memorial Chapel

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. In addition, it is the site for weddings, concerts, lectures, convocations, commencements and other special events throughout the year.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/memorial_chapel

Contact the Memorial Chapel at 301-314-9866 or chapel@umd.edu

 

Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy (MICA)

The Office of Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy stands firmly in its role to empower students through education on issues of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion and their intersections. In support of our campus' commitment to diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice, they advance a purposeful campus climate that capitalizes on the educational benefits of diversity, through student-centered advising, advocacy, programs, research, and practices. Their collective work results in positive student outcomes observable in their learning, identity development, involvement, and leadership.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/multicultural_involvement_community_advocacy

Contact MICA at 301-314-8600 or MICA-contact@umd.edu

 

STAMP Gallery

The gallery is dedicated to the exhibition of contemporary art with an emphasis on the work of emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery supports contemporary art that is challenging and/or academically engaging and that addresses broad community and social issues. Through meaningful exhibitions and programming, the gallery offers an outside-of-the-classroom experiential learning opportunity. The gallery space can be used as a laboratory for emerging artists and curators to experiment and work through their ideas, emphasizing the importance of the process to contemporary artistic practice. The gallery serves by providing exhibitions of social responsibility and artistic substance, as well as by offering an educational forum in which dialogue between artist and viewer and art and community is encouraged.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/stamp_gallery

Contact the STAMP Gallery at 301-314-8492 or stampgallery@umd.edu

 

Student Entertainment Events (SEE)

SEE is the principal student programming board responsible for producing and supporting campus events that entertain, enhance, and inspire a diverse campus culture. SEE is comprised of a group of selected undergraduate students who work alongside a handful of advisors, as well as specific groups of students, in the creation, promotion, and operation of campus events. As the university’s main student programming body, SEE’s programming will emphasize its mission of service to the campus community and to The Stamp in particular. In fulfilling these responsibilities, SEE should consider the diverse and broad-based interests of the campus community.

Learn more at see.umd.edu

Contact SEE at 301-314-8498 or seepresident@umd.edu

 

Student Org Resource Center (SORC)

The Student Organization Resource Center (SORC) is committed to supporting student success through involvement and leadership opportunities. SORC is the source for your student involvement needs and desires, from finding a student organization to join, to registering a new student organization and providing assistance and support to existing student organizations.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/student_org_resource_center_sorc

Contact SORC at 301-314-7158 or SORC@umd.edu


TerpZone

The TerpZone is located in room B0106 of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union, on the Basement. TerpZone features include (8) Brunswick Bowling Lanes, (10) Gold Crown 9' Billiard Tables,  a Lounge Area with (2) 120" Projection Screen TV & (4) 50" Plasma TVs, 4 TVs with Video Game consoles (Wii, Wii U, Xbox ONE, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4). They also offer Daily Specials/Promotions, Group Reservations, and Locker Rentals.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/terpzone

Contact TerpZone at 301-314-2695 or jsutton1@umd.edu

 

Transfer and Off-Campus Student Life (TOCSL)

TOCSL aims to equip transfer and off-campus students with the resources to thrive as individuals and to serve as leaders to the off-campus student population, empower transfer and off-campus students to overcome barriers to success, and ease the transition for transfer and off-campus students.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/transfer_and_off-campus_student_life

Contact TOCSL at 301-314-0159 or tocsl@umd.edu

 

Veteran Student Life (VSL)

VSL aims to build and maintain a community of University of Maryland students, staff, faculty, and alumni who have served in the US military, that supports a seamless transition from military life to civilian college life and provides support for continued growth in mind, body, and spirit, carrying the pride and confidence established in the military into the college experience as well as future careers for veteran alumni.

Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/veteran_student_life/about_the_veteran_student_life

Contact VSL at 301-314-0073 or ajande3@umd.edu

 

Food

The Stamp is home to 13 different food establishments where students can grab a quick bite on campus. Shops include Adele's Restaurant, Auntie Anne's Pretzels, Chick-fil-A, Hibachi-San, the Maryland Dairy, McDonald's, the UMD Food Co-op, Moby Dick, Panda Express, SaladWorks, Sbarro, Subway, Taco Bell, and the Coffee Bar, which serves Starbucks Coffee!
Learn more at thestamp.umd.edu/food_shops_and_services

 

Shops & Services

Shops and services in the Stamp include Capital One Bank, Design & Copy, SECU ATM, The Ticket Office, The Union Shop, the University Book Center, and UPS Store.
To learn more about individual shops and services, visit thestamp.umd.edu/food_shops_and_services