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2008 - 2009

DEPARTMENT

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BETTER GRADES, BETTER PREPARED We hope you know the facts: Research studies of students here at Maryland and across the nation show that students who start their university careers by living in the residence halls are more likely to: • Obtain a Bachelor’s degree in four years • Have higher grade point averages • Take more credit hours

RESIDENT LIFE’S

• Still be in school after two years

your floor as you make friends, share your

• Know a number of faculty members personally and interact with them outside the classroom

excitement about what you’ve learned in

• Express greater satisfaction with their undergraduate education.

to plan a floor activity, and just plain

BETTER CONNECTED, REAL SENSE OF BELONGING

LIVING AND LEARNING TOGETHER

Being so close to faculty, classes, libraries, labs, recreation centers, and a multitude of other University services and facilities, you are more likely to meet with your professors outside of class, seek needed help from staff in student service offices, attend theatre events, follow the Terps, take a campus job, and participate in clubs and organizations.

SMALL, COMFORTABLE COMMUNITIES WITHIN THE LARGER CAMPUS

the classroom, encounter students from a variety of backgrounds and interests, help enjoy the best years of your life.

You will be challenged in your residence hall, pushed by your neighbors to excel academically, prodded to apply your values, judgment and discretion to solving the occasional problem with your roommate or a floormate, and given the opportunity to practice leadership among your peers. In short, living on campus will make you a more varied, complex and self-confident person.

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Residence halls also are fun places to live. A real sense of community quickly develops among the residents assigned to

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LIVING TOGETHER By making the choice to live in our residence halls, you are about to engage with many other students – some of whom will become great friends of yours – in multitudes of experiences that should make your university years among the happiest and most fulfilling of your life. We believe great experiences at great universities don’t just happen. Great experiences are the product of you applying your knowledge and skills and being open to learning life’s lessons within our university’s dynamic, culturally diverse and challenging academic community. In our residence halls, you will learn and grow as a person as you accept and act on responsibilities you will have to practice good citizenship, put your scholarly pursuits first, and develop leadership abilities. We have responsibilities to you, too. We view our responsibility to you as helping to shape the number of useful and positive experiences in which you can be involved. We organize our efforts along four Community Living Principles: Be Safe, Be Civil, Be Cooperative and Be Involved. More information can be found at www.resnet.umd.edu.

2008-2009 Calendar August 11

Begin posting room assignments

29

New Resident Welcome

28-29 Move-in days for new students 29-1 New Resident Orientation

September 1 2

Labor Day holiday; no classes, residence halls and dining rooms open; last day of New

Resident Orientation

Classes begin; 12 noon move-in deadline

Be Safe Physical safety for yourself and your neighbors must be the first concern for all of us. Feeling safe requires a commitment and specific actions by both students and University staff members. Safety will be discussed by your Resident Assistant beginning in your first floor meeting.

Be Civil

You have a rightful and respected place in our community. This sense of belonging by every community member is reinforced when we act toward one another in a civil manner that affirms the dignity and respect of each person.

Be Cooperative

Living together in your residence hall requires communication and, when conflict occurs, compromise. Individual students have different ways they like to rest, study and socialize. Cooperating with your roommates and floormates is essential because you need to share bathrooms, lounges, study rooms and lobbies.

Be Involved

When you get involved in the community in which you live, you invest in it, you help it grow, flourish and reach its potentials, and each person gets a great return on their investment. Involvement by you and your neighbors brings about enriching experiences, activities and improvements. You will have these opportunities starting very early in your first semester.

October 12-14

Family Weekend

November

26 North Campus halls close for

Thanksgiving; South Campus halls stay open

30 North Campus halls reopen

(Classes resume December 1)


ACADEMIC SUCCESS Academic Success Week

We help you to succeed by offering an academic environment in your residence hall, one that stimulates your intellectual interaction with other students, gives you access to academic assistance and support resources, and balances all residents’ needs for study, rest and socializing with floormates and friends.

• Gain skills in the areas of study habits, test taking, note taking and time management • Learn innovative strategies for improving your academic achievement • Co-sponsors include Learning Assistance Service and Career Center

Academic Resources

Living-Learning Programs

• High speed data connections (switched 10Mbps) in all student rooms, one per student • 100% wireless internet coverage in all student rooms, all common areas • “In-house” technical support staff • 24 hour study lounges • “Study Buddy” programs • Academic Success calendar • Academic bulletin boards • Faculty offices in residence halls • Renovated Cambridge Academic Support Center • Quiet hours and 24 hour courtesy hours

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Citizenship Engagement Week • Games, contests, film discussions, off-campus trips, and presentations provide information and ideas about serving our community • Co-sponsors include Residence Hall Association and Community Service-Learning

December 12 15 20

Classes end

Start final examinations

End finals; North Campus halls close for Semester Recess; South Campus halls stay open

20-21 Winter Commencement

January 2009

24 26

Residence halls re-open/New residents move in

Spring Semester classes begin

Beyond the Classroom CIVICUS College Park Scholars EcoHouse Gemstone Global Communities Honors Humanities Hinman Campus Entrepreneurship Opportunities (CEO) Jiménez-Porter Writers’ House Language House University Honors Women in Engineering

Math Success Program • • • • •

Free evening tutoring Drop-ins welcome; no appointment needed Fellow students are your “Math Coaches” Convenient location in residence halls Targets most introductory math courses

March 13 22

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North Campus halls close for Spring Break; South Campus halls stay open North Campus halls reopen

Classes resume after Spring Break

May 12

Classes end

20

End finals

14

Start final examinations

21-22 May Commencement


DINING @ MARYLAND WWW.DINING.UMD.EDU

Dining @ Maryland is key to your university experience. We operate many eateries serving a wide variety of cuisines to the campus community. Campus dining plans are accessed through your University ID card and use a declining balance point system – you use your points for the individual items you select each time you visit one of our facilities.

We Are Where You Are

We make every effort to accommodate special dietary needs, allergies and restrictions. Vegan and vegetarian selections are available every day in the dining rooms and other locations. Our dietitian is happy to meet with you and help create a customized diet to meet your individual needs. Students interested in the kosher meal plan for residents can find information at www.hillelmd.org.

Twenty-one cafés and quick food locations are scattered across campus. Adele’s full-service restaurant is located in the Stamp Student Union. Five convenience shops are situated in residence communities and campus hubs. Many of these cafés and shops accept Terp Bucks.

It’s All About Choices Your dining plan is designed to provide freedom to use your points as you choose. You decide when and what you’d like to eat, fill your tray (or grab a quick snack) at any of our dining plan locations, and present your University ID to have the cost of your purchases deducted from your account. Dining plan points are divided between resident points and Terp Bucks. The number of points you have at the start of the semester varies depending upon which meal plan you select. Most points are resident points and may be used in The Diner and South Campus Dining Room all day and Adele’s Restaurant for dinner. Terp Bucks add variety and flexibility and may be used in these locations and at other selected locations across campus. We recommend that you monitor your resident point balance in order to use your points wisely throughout the semester. You can check this balance by asking any cashier for a receipt or by looking at your account online. You should plan a weekly budget to self-direct your rate of usage: remember to allow for travel schedules, visits home, and dining out.

Two main dining rooms, The Diner and the South Campus Dining Room, offer a wide variety of menu options food court-style at every meal. These dining rooms also function as meeting places for community residents.

We’re Ready When You’re Hungry

The Diner and South Campus Dining Room are open from 7:30 a.m. until midnight during the week and shorter hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. While the largest selection is available during meal periods, you can always find plenty to eat -- and you can fill up at Late Night if you’ve been too busy to eat during the day. And if you’re late for class, everything is available to go. Our convenience shops are open from early in the morning until late at night; the cafés and quick food eateries are scheduled to coordinate with nearby buildings and classrooms. For a complete list of dining locations, operating hours, details about the meal plan and Dining Services contact information, visit www.dining.umd.edu.


MAKING YOUR ROOM YOUR HOME You’ll know your roommate’s(s) name and contact information two or three weeks before move-in day. Make contact right away. Be sure to pack photos, posters and other favorite belongings that will help you feel settled in! Traditional “dorm-style” rooms have a regular twin bed, four-drawer dresser, desk with drawer and shelf, desk chair, and personal data and cable lines for each student. The room also will have window blinds, smoke detector, sprinkler, active phone line, overhead light and closet space. Room sizes and shapes vary somewhat. Most rooms are doubles to be shared with one other student. About 12 per cent of rooms are triples (mostly converted doubles) and quads; these rooms are the last to be assigned, to the last students who requested on-campus housing.

Personal Items You’ll Definitely Want to Bring • Windows-compatible laptop or PC or Apple Macintosh and 15- to 20-foot Ethernet cable • soap, toiletries, shower totebucket • towels, washcloths • twin-size sheets (for 36”x75”x6”mattress) • blanket, bedspread, pillows, pillowcases • first aid kit • mattress cover • laundry bag, detergent • wastepaper basket, plastic liners • alarm clock • desk/floor lamp (no halogen bulbs, no floor lamps with gooseneck arms and plastic shades) • under-the-bed storage boxes (10” clearance)

Items to Discuss With Roommate(s) to Avoid Duplicates or Overload

• touch-tone phone with standard plug, line cord (voicemail is provided and shared by roommates) • bicycle and strong lock • carpet remnant or rug • printer for laptop or PC • curtains • power outlet strip (UL/CSA approved, with an Integrated Circuit Breaker), no extension cords • iron/ironing board • dustbuster/vacuum, cleaning supplies • memoboard for your room door • small refrigerator with grounded plug • cable-ready television and cable, stereo, VCR • window fan(s) • flashlight, battery-powered radio, extra batteries • recycling containers (plastic/bottles/ cans only)

Prohibited Items

• alcoholic beverages (if you are under 21) • illegal drugs (grounds for dismissal) • candles (lighted), fireworks, weapons, incense • hotplate, any appliance with exposed heating element or coil • lofts, partitions, room dividers, etc., except only loft beds from approved vendor • masking or cellophane tape, nails • other products that damage paint/wall surfaces • microwave oven (floor lounge might have one) • pets • personal air conditioner, space heater • toaster, toaster oven, skillet, crockpot, etc. • waterbed

Phone/Data/ Cable Services Each resident has a separate, personal data line and cable jack. To activate your data line and connect your laptop or PC to electronic mail, the World Wide Web and full graphic Internet access via switched 10Mbps Ethernet connection, connect your Windows-compatible or Apple Macintosh laptop or PC to your data jack and visit register.net.umd.edu. To start receiving basic cable television service, connect your cable-ready TV and cable to the wall jack. Each room has one phone line with: • Free unlimited local calling • Free unlimited campus calling • Shared voicemail • Receipt of calls from anywhere in the world • Call transferring • Last number redial • Conference calling

Smoking Policy

Smoking is prohibited in all interior residence halls locations, including student rooms. Non-smokers are assigned together as roommates. Smokers are expected to always defer to the wishes of non-smokers.

Parking Policy

First-year resident students may purchase a Campus Resident parking permit and park a vehicle near Comcast Center arena.


Customer Service

SECURITY IN THE RESIDENCE HALLS

Your safety is our primary concern

Our Pledge

For your part, you will be expected to:

In the ways we hire, train, supervise

• • • • •

and evaluate our professional and student staff members, we hold them to high standards for all

their interactions with you, our

resident students and your family members. We pledge to exceed

keep your room door locked never walk alone after dark, either walking with friends or utilizing ride/escort services respect and properly use security systems and equipment stay away from relatively isolated areas of the campus not place yourself in vulnerable or potentially dangerous situations • report suspicious persons or activity to Police

your expectations as we meet our

Security Services and Policies

Safety, Courtesy, Efficiency,

University services and programs include:

standards in the following areas:

Presentation, Education.

We’re Here to Help! Whenever you need information or

have a comment to make about

the residence hall and dining

programs at Maryland, there are lots of ways you can have your questions answered and learn

more about us at the same time!

Call 301.314.2100, where staff are

available weekdays 8:30am to 4:30pm

• Visit our Websites at

www.resnet.umd.edu and

www.dining.umd.edu

• E-mail reslife@umd.edu or umfood@dining.umd.edu

• Write or visit Annapolis Hall, UM, College Park, MD 20742

• FAX 301.314.9750

• full-service Police department with 70 uniformed officers • security escorts • residence hall entrance doors are locked 24 hours a day • electronic card access system in all residence halls • residents typically use their keys/access cards three times, to open their residence hall’sentrance door, to call the elevator and to open their room door • Shuttle-UM buses stop outside most residence halls every 15-30 minutes 5:20pm - 3:30am every night • N.I.T.E. Ride curb-to-curb service by Shuttle-UM vans 5:30pm-7:30am every night • outdoor Emergency phones for immediate contact with Police • dusk to dawn patrols by Police officers in marked and unmarked cars, motorcycles and bicycles • Shuttle-UM bus drive-throughs of main roads and parking lots • surveillance cameras • crime prevention programs The University and Resident Life take reasonable steps that help maintain a safer and more secure environment. Staff, equipment and information resources are provided to encourage behaviors that prevent dangerous situations and to assist if an emergency should occur. However, despite these reasonable and good faith efforts, it is impossible to predict individual actions or to guarantee absolute control that would ensure against all unwanted acts or situations. Each individual resident of the campus residence halls has primary responsibility for his or her own safety and security.


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Anne Arundel

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Baltimore

96*

Suites & Apts.

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Bel Air

119

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Calvert

128

Suites & Apts.

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Cambridge

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Caroline

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Carroll

121

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Cecil

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Centreville

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Charles

108

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Chestertown

126

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Cumberland

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Denton

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Dorchester

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31

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Easton

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Elkton

555

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Ellicott

607*

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33

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Frederick

74

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Garrett

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Hagerstown

568

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Harford

115*

Suites

2-4

3

Howard

35

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Kent

79*

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LaPlata

641*

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Leonardtown (New)

396*

Apartments

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Leonardtown (Old)

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Apartments

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Montgomery

282*

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Prince George’s

69*

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Queen Anne’s

119*

St. Mary’s

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College Park Scholars Living-Learning Center South Hill Community Center=

College Park Scholars Living-Learning Center

3rd Floor Singles

3rd Floor Singles

Women Only; Limited Visitation Hours

College Park Scholars Living-Learning Center

South Hill Community Center=

College Park Scholars Living-Learning Center

College Park Scholars Living-Learning Center

Honors Living-Learning Center

Jiménez-Porter & Global Communities Centers

Math Success Program

Adjacent to Eppley Recreation Center

Gemstone, Women In Engineering Centers

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Honors Living-Learning Center South Hill Community Center=

South Hill Community Center=

Adjacent to Eppley Recreation Center

Air Conditioned High-Rise

Leonardtown Community Center=, EcoHouse

Leonardtown Community Center=

4

South Hill Community Center=

2-4

4

South Hill Community Center=

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20

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106*

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3

Somerset

127*

Traditional

14

3✓

Talbot

49

Suites & Apts.

2-4

3

South Hill Community Center=

Washington

115*

Suites & Apts.

2-4

3

South Hill Community Center=

Wicomico

162

Traditional

15

4

Worcester

166

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Honors Living-Learning Center

Language House

CIVICUS Living-Learning Center

Honors Humanities Living & Learning Center

24-hour Workstations at Maryland Lab

All residence halls are coeducational, with male and female residents on separate floors or wings/sections of a floor, except for Cecil Hall, which houses female residents only. Smoking is prohibited in all student rooms and all other interior spaces in all buildings. = Leonardtown Community Center: adjacent 24-hour desk, study lounge, fireplace lounge, convenience store, mailboxes, and laundry. = South Hill Community Center: adjacent 24-hour desk, mailboxes, laundry, multi-purpose room and kitchen. * Some rooms equipped and accessible for persons with disabilities. ✓ Elevators.

Information is updated periodically and is subject to change without notice.


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