A map of the Adele Stamp Student Union can be found here.
On Saturdays there is free parking in Lot 1, which is a short walk from the Adele Stamp Student Union. Closer to the Stamp, there is very limited metered parking. All visitor parking is enforced seven days a week from 7:00 a.m. to midnight, unless otherwise noted on the meter. During these hours, guests must pay $3 per hour, with no daily rate. Many of our visitor parking zones allow for payment through the Parkmobile app. Buses can park at the back of Lot 1
There are handicapped parking spots in the Union Lane Garage.
UMD offers a free wireless network for guests on campus. The SSID of this network is umd-guest. You must have a mobile phone that can receive SMS text messages to complete the setup. Learn more at go.umd.edu/guest-wifi.
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Please bring your refillable water bottle. Hydration stations are located on the ground floor of the Stamp near the Hoff Theater, around the corner from Chick-fil-A and outside the Grand Ballroom.
All entrances to the Stamp are accessible and are equipped with automatic door openers. Some entrances are at sidewalk level and those that are not have ADA-compliant wheelchair accessible ramps. All internal doors in the Stamp are equipped with ADA-compliant lever style handles.
There are a limited number of handicapped parking spots on Campus Drive in front of Cole Fieldhouse.
All levels of the Stamp are accessible by elevators with Braille lettering.
All rest rooms in the Stamp are ADA-compliant.
Gender Neutral Restrooms
The Stamp has two gender neutral bathrooms. One is located outside of TerpZone on the basement level and the other, a Family Restroom, is located outside of the Hoff Theater on the ground level.
Every community owes its existence and strength to the generations before them, around the world, who contributed their hopes, dreams, and energy into making the history that led to this moment. Some were brought here against their will, some were drawn to migrate from their homes in hopes of a better life, and some have lived on this land for more generations than can be counted. Truth and acknowledgment are critical in building mutual respect and connections across all barriers of heritage and difference.
At the Service-Learning & Civic Engagement Conference. we believe it is important to create dialogue to honor those that have been historically and systemically disenfranchised. So, we acknowledge the truth that is often buried: We are on the ancestral lands of the Piscataway People, who were among the first in the Western Hemisphere. We are on indigenous land that was stolen from the Piscataway People by European colonists. We pay respects to Piscataway elders and ancestors. Please take a moment to consider the many legacies of violence, displacement, migration, and settlement that bring us together here today.