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Engaging (Leadership & Involvement)


Terp Link


Terp Link is an online platform to connect student organizations and Terps looking to get involved. If you are looking to join an organization but don't know where to start, Terp Link is an easy way to browse through clubs in order to find one that works for you. Terp Link also allows for organizations to communicate and operate with their members easily through their website. If you are looking to become involved on campus, Terp Link is a great resource to become familiar with!

To get started with your involvement, visit here 


Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life


Are you one of the many Terps that decide to go greek? There are 50+ recognized social and multicultural greek organizations on UMD's campus, each with their own philosophies, programs and philanthropies.  If you are looking for more information on recruitment, policies and involvement, the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life is located at 0221 in the Stamp Student Union.

For online information about greek life, visit their website or call 301.314.7172



Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy


The mission of MICA includes:

"In support of our campus' commitment to diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice, we advance a purposeful campus climate that capitalizes on the educational benefits of diversity, through student-centered advising, advocacy, programs, research, and practices."

MICA holds numerous diversity-related programs, events and courses throughout the school year in order to connect with students and promote the development of every kind of Terp.

Say up to date with MICA and their events by checking out their


LGBT Equity Center


The LGBT Equity Center stands to provide resources and programs to promote the idea of a fully equitable community on UMD's campus for all Terps. Whether you are looking to remain updated through their regular newsletters, connect with others through their networks, or assist in advocacy, the Equity Center provides opportunity to get involved. In addition, the center provides all degrees of support for individuals of all identities in order to make UMD a wonderful place for all kinds of Terps.

To learn more about the LGBT Equity Center, visit their website.


Study Abroad

The Education Abroad mission reads:

"Our mission is to empower University of Maryland students with the knowledge, skills, and perspectives to become mindful and engaged global citizens - leaders and professionals with a strong sense of social responsibility who fearlessly embrace global and local challenges with optimism, passion, and innovative thinking."

Tired of your standard academic routine? If you are looking to gain a broader perspective and comfort zone while continuing your studies, Education Abroad is for you.


To begin your journey, visit Education Abroad's website and check out the Study Abroad Fair on September 8.

Alternative Breaks

Every school year, UMD sends hundreds of students on Alternative Break service trips in pursuit of impacting positive change in communities world wide.  While break trips are fun, students find themselves pushed to approach new cultures respectfully, serve selflessly, analyze greater social issues and plan ahead proactively. If you are looking to make a difference through AB, applications are open from August 29th until September 25th.

To learn more about Alternative breaks, check out their website for more information.

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