LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS. Supporting student programs and initiatives, such as ODK provides the support and
experience that today’s Terps need to become tomorrow’s leaders. Invest in a Terp today.SCHOLARSHIPS. The number of students needing financial support increase each year.
Together, we can ensure that Terps receive the assistance they need. Start a scholarship today.CORPORATE SUPPORT. Signature programs and events are made possible because of corporate and foundation support.
Learn more about partnering with the Division and becoming a sponsor.PARENT GIVING. Terp parents play a critical role in their students experience on campus by advancing programs,
initiatives and scholarships that directly benefit students. Make a gift today.STUDENT INVOLVEMENT SUITE - Adele H. Stamp Student Union The new Student Involvement Suite is an innovative space
that will serve student leaders and organizations providing opportunities for dynamic growth. Leave a Legacy Today.SPORT CLUBS. Students learn and hone skills in one of more than 40 sport clubs offered at UMD.
Support your favorite club today.
In the Spotlight
On March 8th the Terp community came together to participate in UMD's Giving Day. The goal: raise critical funding and engage donors to enhance the student experience and advance the UMD’s mission. Learn more about this record-breaking event and how you can support Student Affairs.
We are pleased to announce The Avis and Bruce Richards Veterans Scholarship, created by Avis `80 and Bruce to bridge the funding gap of UMD student veterans. The Richards Veterans Scholarship will provide critical support to Terp veterans as they complete their undergraduate degrees at Maryland. Contribute to the scholarship today!
Michael Luzio ’98 and Danielle Luzio ’98 established an endowed fund to support fraternity and sorority leadership development programs in the Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life in the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Maryland.
Select a fund to see its description
Thanks to our Donors
Thank You to the Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation
The Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation has worked in partnership with the University of Maryland since the fall of 1981 to provide scholarship support to Returning Students with awarded funds totaling nearly $500,000. Annual need-based scholarships are provided for students enrolled at the University who are at least 25 years of age and who meet additional eligibility considerations.
Returning students often face unique challenges and obstacles to completing their degrees as they juggle family, work, and other obligations. The partnership with the Newcombe Foundation is a cornerstone of the University of Maryland's commitment to and support of mature undergraduate students.
Through the establishment and cultivation of relationships with friends, parents, alumni, foundations and corporations, we work to create shared interests with an ultimate goal of philanthropic support for Division-wide and departmental priorities.
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