Student Group Resources
Stamp Marketing is a free resource for any student organization, Stamp unit, outside client, or academic department seeking to host an event within Stamp. Their services include graphic design, marketing, chalking, flyers, social media, listserv outreach, and many more options! You can visit their website HERE to learn more and get in contact/request services.
Canva is an easy to use design website that can be used to design posters, social media content, invitations, blogs, presentations, and more. Visit Canva HERE.
Alternative Funding Options
SEE funding behaves in a similar fashion to SGA funding, but groups who receive funding from SEE become co-sponsors of their event with SEE. For more information please visit the SEE website HERE.
Through the Pepsi Enhancement Fund, $50,000 is available each semester to student groups, departments and offices to underwrite the cost of programs that broadly affect the campus population. Calls for proposals go out twice a year, once a semester; funds are given out for the subsequent semester. More information can be found HERE.
The Student Facilities Fund provides funding for student supported facilities projects and improvements that will positively impact and enhance the student experience at UMD. Project proposals should enhance the student experience, influence student safety, or enhance academic opportunities. Projects should be feasible and have support from appropriate campus individuals and entities. More information can be found HERE.
Grants over $2,000 and mini-grants under that amount are available from the Student Sustainability Fund. Projects should promote environmental sustainability, and positively impact and enhance the student experience at UMD. More information can be found HERE.
MICA Cross-Cultural Program Grants
This fund is a resource for student groups planning cross-cultural events/ experiences. The fund encourages creativity and collaboration between students and student groups. In addition to financial support, MICA staff members are willing to work with those requesting funds to develop ideas and assist in forming partnerships with other students or student groups. More information can be found HERE.
Room Reservations & Locker Rentals
Stamp Student Union Room Reservations
Registered student organizations may pay to rent space of varying sizes in the Stamp Student Union. More information on that process and prices can be found HERE.
The Stamp Student Union also provides, at a cost, technical services to utilize in their rooms, such as video services, audio equipment, and more. More information and pricing can be found HERE.
Stamp Student Union Student Organization Meeting Rooms
In the Student Involvement Suite inside Stamp student organizations may book, free of charge, meeting rooms ranging from a capacity of 8 to 30 people. You may rent space for general body meetings, executive meetings, and any other meetings your student organization may need to have. Use the E-Calendar system to reserve rooms up to a month an advance, found HERE.
Riggs Alumni Center Room Reservations
Similar to Stamp, at the Riggs Alumni Center student organizations may pay to rent space. Riggs prices are higher, but their spaces have a more classic aroma to them. Something to keep in mind, however, is that student rates are not applicable Fridays after 5pm, Saturday, or Sunday. More information and pricing may be found HERE.
The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center (CSPAC) Reservations
Student organizations may utilize CSPAC for a number of events, such as performances, receptions, meetings, and practices. More information and pricing can be found HERE.
Stamp Student Union Locker Space Rentals
The Stamp Student Union houses 150 lockers that are available for rental to University of Maryland students, staff, and visitors. The lockers provide a great space in the heart of campus to store student organizations belongings between use. The price of the rental is $35 per semester. You can bring your own lock or buy one from the university for $5. More information on Stamp's lockers and the full process to rent one can be found HERE.
McKeldin Library TLC Equipment Loan Program
Through the TLC Equipment Loan Program students can rent a variety of electronic equipment across the libraries at UMD, including computers, chargers, tablets, video and/or photography cameras, and more. More information can be found HERE.
Hornbake Library Media Services Equipment
Through these services students may rent media services equipment, such as projectors, tape recorders, speakers, tripods, and more media services type equipment. More information can be found HERE.
Stamp Equipment Lending Program
Students apart of the Transfer to Terp (T2T) learning community may rent laptops and video cameras from Stamp. More information can be found HERE.
SORC Free Student Group Printing
Each student group is granted free printing and copying (up to $100) in the Student Involvement Suite, which is located in Stamp. An organization specific username and password is required to print, both of which can be found by signing in HERE. Simply visit the Student Involvement Suite during their hours of operation and utilize the computers next to the front desk to print.
On Campus Office's Resources for Student Groups
Are you a part of a student group and have any questions or concerns? Fill out this survey at ter.ps/sgsurvey22 to submit them!