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Graduate Studies Student Services Office

Student Resources

Our unique location gives students the opportunity to explore the many facets of student life on campus and off-campus.  On-campus we have a cultural and diverse population with many social, student and organization clubs, the student union, libraries, and student housing.  Since we are located between Washington, D.C and Baltimore, students can explore various sites which include the DC sites, museums, libraries and a host of extracurricular activities. 

Campus Resources:
Campus Links
Career Resources:
Campus Career Resources

College of Education students interested in pursuing teaching careers will find helpful job search information, as well as other resources and services in the Career Center, located on the third floor of Hornbake Library, South Wing. Main office hours are 8:30-4:30, Monday through Friday. Hours may vary during semester breaks, weeks with major holidays, and during the summer months.
For more information contact:

University of Maryland Career Center
University of Maryland
3100 Hornbake Library, South Wing
College Park, MD  20742
(301) 314-7225
Email the Career Center  

General Fellowship Information

College of Education Funding Resources

Division of Student Affairs - Scholarships and Awards

Graduate School Fellowship Office

Graduate School Fellowship Information

Off-Campus Career Resources
Financial Aid and Funding Information
Health Services
Housing
Internaional Student Informations

Graduate Admissions Process for International Applicants

International Students Group

International Student & Scholar Services Office
The main campus office that that tracks and supports international students in academics, immigration requirements, employment, and community life for international visitors on campus, and other university requirements.

Institute for International Programs (Office of International Affairs)

Financial Aid for International Students

Legal Aid
Mobile Apps
Research Information
Transportation
Tutoring and Counseling Information

Student Organizations, Campus

Student Organization Resource Center.
Information regarding student involvements on campus, located in the Stamp Student Union. Search for a student organization through ORGSYNC.

The Student Government Association of the University of Maryland

University of Maryland Alumni Association

Student Organizations, Graduate

This site contains helpful information for graduate students regarding various organizations, social life, research news, and the graduate lounge in the Stamp Student Union.
College of Education (CoE) Graduate Student Organization (GSO)

Fraternity & Sorority Life

Graduate Student Government, University of Maryland  

Graduate Student Life, University of Maryland

Graduate Student Pub Schedule 

Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education. Organized to recognize excellence in education, Kappa Delta Pi elects to membership those who exhibit the ideals of scholarship, high personal standards, and promise in teaching and allied professions. For more information contact the KDP chapter kdp.umd@gmail.com.

TERP Vets - Student Veteran Organization

University of Maryland University Alumni Association

Student Organizations, Undergraduate College of Education

The College of Education sponsors a variety of student and professional organizations, including the College of Education Student Assembly, the Teacher Education Association of Maryland Students, the Student Council for Exceptional Children, and Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society. These organizations offer a wide range of extracurricular activities that are designed to enable our students to develop a sense of pride and belonging in the education profession.

  • Teacher Education Association of Maryland Students (TEAMS) --1204 Benjamin
    TEAMS is an organization that sponsors events to encourage and inform students in the teacher education programs in all majors. TEAMS sponsors events throughout the year so that undergraduates can remain informed and meet other people in the College. For more information please contact TEAMS or Ms. Jenny Froh.

  • Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)
    The Department of Special Education's commitment to student activity is expressed in its sponsorship of Chapter 504 of the Council for Exceptional Children. The goals of the SCEC include both professional development of the members and service to the University and community. Activities include fundraising for various organizations serving persons with disabilities; meetings on topics relevant to special education; and events for students, faculty and mentor teachers. For more information please contact SCEC or visit the UMD SCEC Facebook page.

  • Kappa Delta Pi Honorary (KDP) -- 1204 Benjamin
    Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education. Organized to recognize excellence in education, Kappa Delta Pi elects to membership those who exhibit the ideals of scholarship, high personal standards, and promise in teaching and allied professions. For more information contact the KDP chapter kdp.umd@gmail.com.

  • Undergraduate Student Assembly -- 1204 Benjamin
    Each year, six undergraduates are elected to be representatives of the College of Education. The Assembly provides a forum for discussing important issues and concerns relevant to students. For further information, stop by the Office of Student Services.
  • Student Educators of Young Children--1204 Benjamin
    SEYC is a student organization sponsored by the Maryland, Association for the Education of Young Children (MDAEYC). Through various leadership and community service activities, this group emphasizes advocacy for high-quality early childhood education. They seek to improve the professional practice by promoting excellence in early childhood education and valuing the importance and diversity of children's families and communities. For more information Contact SEYC
Off-Campus Resources

We Connect Now - "We Connect Now organization is dedicated to uniting college students with disabilities in access to higher education and employment issues".
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