Q: Is there a charge for your services?
A: Stamp Marketing services are provided free of charge to Stamp units and programs as well as outside clients, student organizations, or academic departments who are holding events at the Stamp. Costs for printing, giveaways or other promotional items may apply and are the responsibility of outside clients, student organizations, or academic departments.
Q: What is the lead time to submit a event or design request?
A: To ensure your project gets in our production queue in plenty of time for design, outside printing or ordering promotional items, we require a minimum of three (3) weeks turnaround time.
Q: Do you take rush orders?
A: Stamp Marketing can fulfill rush orders at the discretion of the assistant director based on workload, staffing, project complexity and other factors. Rush orders are those that fall under the minimum three-week turnaround time. Contact us for more information.
Q: Can I get our flyer image put up on the TV screens in The Stamp?
A: Sure! We do require your image fit our screen dimensions of 800 x 550 px. We also suggest leaving an area on the bottom right corner to be clear (no text, logos, or pictures you don't want covered) for the University of Maryland logo to appear. All files submitted will be subject for approval to university policies and standards.
To request your flyer image to be put up on our screens, please e-mail Charlene Prosser at email@example.com
Q: Can I use your printer?
The printers in our office are not for public use.
Q: What's the difference between an Event Request and a Design Request?
A: Many projects are tied to an event that takes place in the Stamp. Event requests are for marketing and promotion of an event held at Stamp. All submission requests start with our Event Submission Request form. If a project is not tied to an event, but only requires graphic design, a Design Only question will be checked on the form.
Q: Is there a set of branding guidelines?
A: Stamp Marketing has branding guidelines available for Stamp units/programs on Stampshare. In addition, university branding guidelines can be found at