Adele H. Stamp Student Union - Center for Campus Life

We're open: Make the most of your visit at STAMP

We're excited to welcome you to STAMP and look forward to transforming and enriching your Maryland experience!  

A lot of things are going to feel a little different this semester—including hanging out in STAMP. We love that so many people count on us as a space to gather, eat, learn and study. And we're excited to start welcoming folks back again, and look forward to be the space that helps students, faculty, staff and visitors make connections, and enjoy all that STAMP has to offer.

 

Make the most of your visit and plan ahead. Come back to this page for the most current hours for food, retail and offices that serve students. 

  • The University Book Center has undergone an extensive $1 million renovation. Come check out expanded merchandise, clearance Terp apparel, books, supplies and more.
  • Get answers to your questions about joining one of more than 800 student organizations at the Student Involvement Suite. Check out Student Entertainment Events (SEE) website for a full schedule of events. Find resources if you're a veteran, commuter, transfer/off-campus, undocumented/immigrant or graduate student at the Engagement Office. Both of these spaces are on the Ground Floor. 
  • On the First Floor, visit the LCSL Office to learn about leadership, service and co-curricular programs to round out your experience. Or find information and resources at the MICA office on multicultural involvement programs, including LatinX, Black students, AAPI, LGBTQ, Native students and more.
  • Note that food from STAMP dining vendors (use the GrubHub app) and textbooks from the University Book Center can also be ordered online and picked up at their curbside tents at Union Lane on the outside of STAMP. 
  • Grab-and-go or sit-down dining, Starbucks coffee, famous Maryland Dairy ice cream, convenience store sundries can all be done during your visit.
  • Need a stamp for your letter, mail a package; maybe make a deposit or withdrawal from your savings account? The UPS Store and M&T Bank are open.

But in order to stay safe, many of these activities can't be done as they have in the past. As our Student Involvement Suite, Food Court, Coffee Bar, University Book Center, M&T Bank, retail spaces, and staff offices re-open for the fall semester, safety procedures and protocols will be in full effect, in compliance with state and University guidelines. Look for 4Maryland signs throughout the building with safety protocols, sanitizing stations and more. We ask that you do your part to help us all prevent the spread of COVID 4Everyone at UMD.


Please come back to this stamp.umd.edu/reopen page for the most up-to-date information. You can also find information on the University of Maryland Fall Reopening Plan at umd.edu/4Maryland 

 

We can’t wait to welcome you — safely.

Hours for Bookstore, Food, Shops & Retail

Come see the newly renovated and expanded University Book Center, get your books or Maryland apparel! Grab a Starbuck's coffee, lunch to-go or a scoop at the famous Maryland Dairy.

 

Order food through GrubHub

You can also place an order for food from the STAMP Food Court using the Grubhub app and skip the line.

 

CURRENT FOOD, SHOPS & RETAIL HOURS:

 

Services:

M&T Bank    

Monday – Friday             9 am – 4 pm

Saturday – Sunday         Closed

 

Union Shop                      

Monday – Friday             8 am – 9 pm

Saturday                         10 am – 9 pm

Sunday                           11 am - 7 pm

 

University Book Center  

Monday – Saturday        10 am – 5 pm                       

Sunday                            Closed

 

UPS Store                         

Monday - Friday             9 am – 3 pm

Saturday – Sunday         Closed

 

 

Food Vendors:

Qdoba     

Monday – Friday             10:30 am – 7 pm

Saturday                           11 am – 4 pm 

Sunday                              Closed

 

Sbarro     

Monday – Friday             11 am – 4 pm

Saturday – Sunday         Closed

 

Chick-fil-A     

Monday – Friday             8 am – 7 pm

Saturday                         10:30 am – 7 pm

Sunday                             Closed

 

MD Dairy     

Monday – Friday             11 am – 4 pm

Saturday – Sunday         Closed

 

Moby Dick     Closed       (opening soon, date TBD)

 

Coffee Bar     

Monday – Friday             8 am – 3 pm

Saturday – Sunday         Closed

 

SaladWorks      

Monday – Friday             11 am – 6 pm

 

Subway               Closed

 

Panda Express 

Monday – Saturday        11 am – 7 pm

Sunday                            Closed

 

Hibachi San        Closed

 

McDonalds       

Monday – Friday             8 am – 7 pm

Saturday                         9 am – 7 pm

Sunday                            TBD

 

 

University Book Center

 

TWO OPTIONS to Pick Up Your Textbooks

Note: When ordering from the University Book Center, you have two pickup options:

 

  1. You can pick up your order in the University Book Center itself, which requires a STAMP Go! reservation. 
  2. You can choose curbside pickup. These orders can be picked up outside of STAMP, on the WEST side of the building (look for tent facing Union Lane Garage — outside of Hoff Entrance to STAMP.)

 

Monday

Sept 21

10:00AM-5:00PM

STAMP OPEN Status

Tuesday

Sept 22

10:00AM-5:00PM

STAMP OPEN Status

Wednesday

Sept 23

10:00AM-5:00PM

STAMP OPEN Status

Thursday

Sept 24

10:00AM-5:00PM

STAMP OPEN Status

Friday

Sept 25

10:00AM-5:00PM

STAMP OPEN Status

Saturday

Sept 26

10:00AM-5:00PM

STAMP OPEN Status

Sunday

Sept 27

CLOSED

STAMP OPEN Status


Stamp Centers Hours

 

Memorial Chapel

Gallery

Studio A*

TerpZone

Monday

9am-5pm

10am-7pm

12-9pm

11am-9pm

Tuesday

9am-5pm

10am-7pm

12-9pm

11am-9pm

Wednesday

9am-5pm

10am-7pm

12-9pm

11am-9pm

Thursday

9am-5pm

10am-7pm

12-9pm

11am-9pm

Friday

9am-5pm

10am-5pm

12-5pm

11am-11pm

Saturday

CLOSED 

11am-5pm

1-5pm

12-11pm

Sunday

CLOSED 

CLOSED

CLOSED

CLOSED


All our food, shops and retail spaces are following safety guidelines set forth by the CDC, State/County and University. All visitors to STAMP will be required to wear a face covering and observe posted signs. Please note that general access to our building is at the Main Front Entrance, facing Campus Drive. All other doors will require campus University ID card-swipes for entry, or will be locked. Please check back here for the latest hours of STAMP food, shops and retail partners. 

Frequently Asked Questions


STAMP Reopening FAQs

 

  • How do I enter the building? General Public access to the building is through the STAMP Main Entrance (facing Campus Drive) only. To provide enhanced public safety, ALL other STAMP entry doors will require University ID card swipe access or will be locked EXCEPT for the Main Entrance. Please also observe the Symptoms Checklist posted at these areas before entry. 
  • How is STAMP preparing for reopening the building? The building has had a deep cleaning since the March closure. Cleaning of public spaces throughout the building will occur twice a day. All public spaces and meeting rooms will be set up in accordance with physical distancing guidelines. Signs are being posted by elevators limiting the number of users of the elevator to allow for physical distancing. Signs with reminders about safe health practices to prevent the spread of COVID are being installed throughout the building. Staff are being issued face masks and being asked to complete the university-wide training for staff, as well as Stamp-specific trainings. Additionally, plexiglass is being installed around front desk areas.
  • How will Stamp capacity be monitored? 
    • How will traffic in/out/around Stamp be monitored? There will be designated in/out doors and traffic flow will be guided by signs throughout the building. 
    • How will room capacity be monitored? Furniture in common areas will be arranged in a way that allows for physical distancing and not additional capacity. Nicole will also do a walkthrough of various offices to ensure shared spaces are set up in a way that allows for physical distancing (but staff should also be sure to include in their reopening plans what needs to be removed from their spaces to allow for physical distancing).  
      • How will physical distancing be enforced? Room reservations requests will only allow for max capacity in alignment with physical distancing guidelines. Campus is still reviewing penalties associated with non-compliance and our policies will then be updated accordingly.   
    • Will there be temperature checks? Aligned with the personal responsibility we all have to do our part to keep this community safe, staff, faculty, and students will be required to complete the daily symptom monitoring checklist via an app which will ask whether or not someone has a temperature above a certain level. Personal responsibility and respect for one another will be critical for the success of the campus effort to return safely.  
  • Do we have any information about what space reservations might look like? Room reservation requests will only allow for max capacity in alignment with physical distancing guidelines. We do not know any more than this right now but will update our guidelines once we know. 
  • What practice/procedures are in place for individuals who refuse to wear face masks/shields/coverings? It is understandable that some individuals are not able to use these for health reasons. Campus is still working on this guidance. 
  • Individuals who are deaf or hearing impaired, are used to reading lips, which they are now unable to do with face masks. What accommodations is the university making for not only these individuals but other individuals who need accommodations? Stamp has purchased face masks with clear windows to accommodate this need. 
  • Will there be in-person events? In accordance with public health guidelines the majority of programs offered will be virtual this fall. We are tentatively planning some small in-person programs keeping personal safety and physical distancing in the forefront of our plans. Some events will offer virtual and in-person participation opportunities for a small group of students who may want to be physically distant, yet in community with others.