Q: What comes with room rental charges?
The room rental charge covers tables, chairs, staging and all associated labor. There are additional fees for pipe and drape, table linens and AV equipment. Clients are allowed to provide their own or rented equipment.
Q: Can I bring in my own food or have a catering company provide food for my event?
Clients with events in the Stamp must select from one of the university catering options. For a full list of catering options, please click here. Use of outside non-university caterers is not permitted.
Q: Do I have to provide insurance for my event?
Clients must obtain liability insurance coverage for their events held in the Stamp. Insurance requirements and options can be found here.
Q: Is there parking near the Stamp?
The most convenient parking is at Union Lane Garage, an hourly paid parking garage located adjacent to the Stamp on Union Lane. Parking is also available at lots located throughout the UMD campus. Numbered parking lots are free for public use Monday through Friday after 4 p.m. and all day Saturday and Sunday. Detailed university parking maps and information can be found at here.
Q: How far in advance can I book my event?
Due to annual university events and holidays, we are unable to accept client requests more than one calendar year in advance.
Q: Since my event is being held on campus can I include the university in my advertising?
Due to copyright and trademark laws, clients are strictly prohibited from using the University of Maryland logo, word mark or Terp/Terrapin icon, on any advertising related to their specific event. All client advertising should be phrased as (Client’s Name) at the University of Maryland.
Q: Can I sell products/services on campus and/or recruit students for my business?
Any non-university business is strictly prohibited from marketing, promoting, advertising or selling products and services, or recruiting to students on campus, according to University of Maryland policies.
Q: Can I host a sustainable event in the Stamp?
Yes, it is possible. Click on this link for more information on how to plan a more environmentally friendly event.