On Campus, Religion and Spirituality

UMD Memorial Chapel

The Memorial Chapel is a multi-faceted campus facility serving numerous on-and off- campus populations and is home to a diverse range of events and personnel. Dedicated in 1952 as a living memorial to members of the University community that gave their lives in times of war, the Memorial Chapel is the center of religious life on campus and supports all fourteen university recognized chaplaincies and their programs. 


Education and Employment, General Resources, On Campus, Stress

UMD Writing Center

The Writing Center works with UMD undergraduate students only. In addition to consultations at their Tawes and McKeldin locations, they offer live online tutoring, live online walk-in appointments, and 24-hour feedback. UMD graduate students seeking writing help should contact the Graduate School Writing Center.

1205 Tawes Hall
7751 Alumni Drive
College Park, MD 20742


  • Call: (301) 405-3785
LGBTQA, On Campus, Sexuality and Gender

LGBT Equity Center

The LGBT Equity Center envisions the University of Maryland as a fully equitable community that empowers innovators and agents of social justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people. They serve University of Maryland students, staff, faculty, and alumni of all gender identities and sexual orientations. Some of their student programs are listed below:

  • oSTEM For LGBTQ+ students in STEM degree programs.
  • Pride Alliance a club supporting and advocating for LGBTQ+ people of the general UMD student population.
  • QLA  Queer Leadership Accelerator is a club within the Robert H. Smith School of Business established for the purpose of of cultivating and equipping queer leaders for professional excellence.
  • Smith Pride Alliance an affinity group for LGBTQ+ MBA students in the Smith School of Business.
  • Greek Alliance a student-run organization that encourages a culture of inclusion for LGBTQIA+ individuals within Greek Life. Greek Alliance also offers workshops to encourage chapters how to make their spaces more inclusive for queer individuals.
  • LGBTQ+ Students and Allies in Public Health seeks to promote LGBTQ+ health equity, social justice, and anti-racism by engaging in research, advocacy, education and leadership projects and initiatives at the UMD and beyond. Open to LGBTQ+ undergraduate and graduate students and allies.

2218 Marie Mount Hall


  • Call: (301) 405-8720
General Resources, On Campus

University Career Center

The University Career Center & The President’s Promise provides comprehensive career assistance for all students enrolled at the University of Maryland, College Park.  Designed to support students through each stage of their career development, the Center offers an array of resources, services and programs that empower students to pursue their ambitions and navigate a meaningful career journey.

3100 Hornbake Library, South Wing


  • Call: (301) 314-7225
General Resources, On Campus

Security and Safety Resources


  • Car Lockouts, Jump Starts: (301) 314-4227
  • Crime Reporting: (301) 405-3555
  • Escort Services: (301) 405-3555
  • Health Center: (301) 314-8180
  • Sexual Assault Hotline: (301) 314-2222
  • Key & Lock Problems: (301) 314-9675
  • Police Emergency: 911 or (301) 405-3333
  • N.I.T.E. Ride: (301) 314-6483
  • Department of Transportation Services: (301) 314-7275
  • Police Non-Emergency: (301) 405-3555

Counseling Services

UMD Accessibility & Disability Service


  • Call: (301) 314-7682

The Learning Assistance Service offered by the ADS office has individualized programs in: Exam Skills, Spelling, Time Management, Textbook Comprehension, Listening and Note-taking, Math Learning Skills, Vocabulary, Science Learning skills, Writing/Grammar Skills, and Speed Reading. They offer individual counseling, workshops, self-help programs and credit courses, and special programs for non-traditional age students and school students preparing for college.

2202 Shoemaker Building

  • Call: 301-314-7693