Students are encouraged to take advantage of the following world-class resources offered at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Visit the University Libraries website to learn in detail about hours of operation and types of publications available.
University Health Center
The University Health Center offers comprehensive clinical services such as: Primary Care, Urgent Care, Men’s and Women’s Reproductive Health Care, Pharmacy, Nutrition, Mental Health Care, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Occupational Health, Dental Health, Laboratory, Radiology, Immunizations, Physical Therapy, and Substance Abuse Treatment.
As the primary campus provider of psychological and consultation services, the Counseling Center supports the personal, social, and academic success of University of Maryland Students.
Office of Student Financial Aid
The staff of the University of Maryland Office of Student Financial Aid is eager to assist you with obtaining financial aid to help you attain your academic goals.
Student Health Insurance
All UMD students are required to have health insurance. If you are already insured under your parent/guardian or spouse's plan, you may waive the requirement to participate in the University's Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). To opt out of SHIP, you must submit a waiver.
UMD Computer Labs
The University offers several open computer labs. The IAA computer lab in Jull Hall is open 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. This lab is available for IAA students.
Shuttle-UM is a student-run transit system supported by student fees. The mission of Shuttle-UM is to provide safe and dependable transportation to UMD students, faculty, and staff, and to foster learning and involvement for student success. Shuttle-UM provides commuter, security, paratransit and charter service.
Shuttle-UM also provides convenient access to local points of interest including shopping centers, grocery stores, libraries, and post offices. For more information about Shuttle UM, including routes and timetables, please visit the Department of Transportation Services (DOTS).
Learning Assistance Services
Learning Assistance Services (LAS) supports the University of Maryland's mission by fostering education, critical thinking and intellectual growth while helping students develop personal and academic strategies, positive attitudes toward learning, and behaviors which empower them to be successful in college and life. LAS is located in 2202 Shoemaker Building. Office Hours are M-F 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Campus Calendar Announcements
The University creates daily Calendar Announcements regarding student events, lectures, art exhibits, workshops, and academic deadlines.
University Career Center
Take advantage of career-related workshops offered by the University Career Center.
Clubs and Organizations
Get involved and connect with your fellow Terps. OrgSync provides a listing of all student organizations on campus.
Transfer and Off-Campus Student Life
The Office of Transfer and Off-Campus Student Life engages transfer and commuter students at UMD through educational, social, and outreach programs.
Office of Veteran Student Life
The mission of Veteran Student Life (VSL) is to maintain a community of UMD students, staff, faculty, and alumni who have served in the US military.
VSL supports a seamless transition from military life to civilian college life, and provides support for continued growth in mind, body, and spirit, carrying the pride and confidence established in the military into the college experience and future careers.
Veteran Student Life provides services which focus on health, human services, and transition assistance, and oversees the Terp Vets program.
With questions, please contact Veteran Coordinator Brian Bertges, at 301.314.0073 or firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends e-mail).