Spring Semester Hours

Building is open

Monday 07:00AM - 12:00AM
Tuesday 07:00AM - 12:00AM
Wednesday 07:00AM - 12:00AM
Thursday 07:00AM - 12:00AM
Friday 07:00AM - 01:30AM
Saturday 08:00AM - 01:30AM
Sunday 11:00AM - 12:00AM

Super Smash Bros. Tournament

Wednesday, March 6th at 5PM

Show us what you've got! Just $3 to enter; sign-up begins Monday, March 4th, and is open till 4PM on Wednesday, March 6th (the day of the tournament.) Visit The TerpZone front desk to sign up, or e-mail Dan Laffin at DANLAFFIN@comcast.net

Super Smash Bros. Tournament
 

Register for Maryland Leadership Advance!

Registration Open! Ends February 22.

Maryland Leadership Advance (MLA) is a one-day conference for students with prior leadership experience, training, and/or roles. At MLA, you’ll examine the temptations of leadership, debunk leadership myths, and explore personal barriers towards change while looking towards leadership in professional and community settings outside of UMD. MLA takes place on Saturday, March 9th. Log in to OrgSync to sign up by Feb. 22nd. Find out more at go.umd.edu/mla

Register for Maryland Leadership Advance!
 

Black History & UMD Landmark Tours

February 7, 15, 21, 28

Explore the history of black people at Maryland and their contributions to the campus community. Check dates and times online. Tour by Dr. Kim J. Nickerson and coordinated by MICA. Reserve your spot at orgsync.com/75780/forms/351178

Black History & UMD Landmark Tours
 

The Black Monologues

Thursday, February 21 at 7:30 PM in Hoff Theater

Educating the broader campus community on institutional issues and experiences affecting African-descended members of the University of Maryland community through original monologues. Hosted by MICA

The Black Monologues
 

Film Screening: If Beale Street Could Talk

Wednesday & Thursday, February 27 & 28 at 8 PM in Hoff Theater

Doors open at 7:30 PM. Hosted by SEE and MICA

Film Screening: If Beale Street Could Talk
 

MOSAIC Leadership And Identity Retreat

Saturday, February 3rd–Sunday, February 24th

Join MICA and LCSL for a two-day experience focused on raising self-awareness, expanding knowledge, and encouraging action among diverse student leaders. Dynamic simulations and group discussions create an environment for individuals to examine their identity and how it influences their understanding of and approach to leadership.

MOSAIC Leadership And Identity Retreat
 

Advance your Skills at Maryland Leadership Advance

posted on February 21, 2019

Maryland Leadership Advance (MLA) is a one-day conference for students with prior leadership experience, training, and/or roles. At MLA, you’ll examine the temptations of leadership, debunk leadership myths, and explore personal barriers towards change while looking towards leadership in professional and community settings outside of UMD. MLA takes place on Saturday, March 9th.

Log in to OrgSync to sign up by Feb. 22nd. Find out more at go.umd.edu/mla  


Ignite your Inner Leader with Terrapin Leadership Institute

posted on February 21, 2019

Terrapin Leadership Institute (TLI) is a five week leadership development program that engages students in hands-on activities and critical dialogue. TLI sessions take place on multiple nights of the week from Feb. 26th- March 4th. With 4 TLI Tracks to choose from- Intro, Plus, Scholars, and Student Organizations- there is something for everyone!

Find out more and register on OrgSync at: go.umd.edu/tli19 


Activation Academy

posted on February 21, 2019

"Everyone around you has a story the world needs to hear" --Dave Isay, Founder of StoryCorps

 

What is the story of your community? What stories are around you that you haven’t gotten to listen to yet? What’s your story? What story do you want to tell 10 years from now?

 

Through the art of listening and storytelling, Activation Academy focuses on understanding, engaging with, and leading in communities. In partnership with Good Neighbor Day, you’ll explore our local community of College Park while collecting and crafting compelling narratives from students, alumni, and community leaders using the StoryCorps app. You’ll be able to apply conversations and activities as your write the next chapter in your own story.

 

Activation Academy is free of cost, open to all students, and takes place April 12th-13th on and around campus.

 

For More Information: https://go.umd.edu/activationacademy.


Spring and Summer Participant Applications!

posted on February 21, 2019

 PARTICIPANT APPLICATION | Reopened! 

 

Be a part of a movement of active citizens who are learning, serving, reflect and acting on social issues across the globe. Join us during this year's 27 Alternative Break experiences during Winter, Spring & Summer Break.

 

Spring 2019

Health Care – Huntington WV
Socioeconomic Equity - Baltimore MD
Socioeconomic Equity - Bland VA
Appalachian Communities - Harlan KY
Education - Philadelphia PA
Socioeconomic Equity - Atlanta GA
Health Care – Columbia SC 

 

More Info: Individual Experiences

 

Application Open!

 


Activation Academy

posted on February 21, 2019

"Everyone around you has a story the world needs to hear" --Dave Isay, Founder of StoryCorps

 

What is the story of your community? What stories are around you that you haven’t gotten to listen to yet? What’s your story? What story do you want to tell 10 years from now?

 

Through the art of listening and storytelling, Activation Academy focuses on understanding, engaging with, and leading in communities. In partnership with Good Neighbor Day, you’ll explore our local community of College Park while collecting and crafting compelling narratives from students, alumni, and community leaders using the StoryCorps app. You’ll be able to apply conversations and activities as your write the next chapter in your own story.

 

Activation Academy is free of cost, open to all students, and takes place April 12th-13th on and around campus.

 

For More Information: https://go.umd.edu/activationacademy.



posted on February 18, 2019


Stamp Gallery Presents Visualizing Narratives: Shaping Resistance

posted on February 09, 2019

On view February 13 - March 30

Opening Reception: February 13, 5-7PM, free and open to the public


Featuring work by: Becci Davis, Malik M. Lloyd, Leah Modigliani, Susanne Slavick, TUG Collective.

 

Protests and opposition movements have long been a social tool by which to mobilize groups of people around shared grievances, allowing them to collectively interrogate power structures and enact change through the discursive processes of resistance. Various forms of protest have been an important point at which resistance enters the public space and gains broader visibility, often through images that become symbols of the movement. The images produced around protests and resistance movements thus play a larger role in shaping narratives for public consumption.

 

This exhibition thus seeks to explore the role of visual production around protests and forms of resistance. It will consider such questions as: How do artists monumentalize and memorialize acts of resistance in their work? In what ways does the media visually shape narratives around protests or resistance movements? In what ways does artwork respond to, reshape, interrogate, or blur broader narratives? What role does the mass dissemination of images – by artists and the public via new media – play in shaping public perception of protests and resistance movements?

 


Inclement Weather Policy for Events

posted on January 31, 2019

If you are hosting an event in the Stamp you should be aware of our standard inclement weather policy.

If the university is closed, all events in the Stamp and all other campus locations will be cancelled. 

If the university has a delayed opening, the Stamp will open 30 minutes before the university. Events in the Stamp will begin one (1) hour after the university has opened.

If the university closes early during the regular operational hours of the Stamp, all events will end one (1) hour before the university close time.

Student organization meetings scheduled in academic classrooms are cancelled anytime the university is closed. If classes are scheduled to end early or have a delayed start, events scheduled in classrooms must operate on the same schedule.

When there is inclement weather you should expect follow up from your Event Coordinator.


Fall 2019 Pepsi Enhancement Funds

posted on January 30, 2019

Call for Proposals for Fall 2019 Pepsi Enhancement Funds available at http://thestamp.umd.edu/pepsi

Spring Registration is Now Open at Studio A!

posted on December 13, 2018

Our spring course and workshop listing is online now! Visit our class listings to see what we are offering and to sign up!


Some new classes and workshops include Introduction to Airbrush Art, How to Draw Your Pets, Adobe Suite, Taekwondo, and Drop in Paint Nights!


We also see the return of many favorite classes such as Guitar, Wheel Throwing, Painting, Salsa, Yoga, and many more. We are still adding classes and workshops as well- follow us on social media or check back in to see what else is coming up this spring!


Ticket Sales In 3 Steps

posted on October 29, 2015

As of July 1, 2014, the Ticket Office will be charging for ticket services--below is the pricing structure for student organizations.  If you have any questions about your event or how to set-up sales, please contact your Event Services Coordinator.  Ticket Sales In 3 Steps

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