Welcome Class of 2013: Congratulations on your graduation! We are so excited to welcome you as new alumni. Take a few minutes to learn more about the events and benefits you'll have access to as new members of the alumni association. Update your contact information so you don't miss a single invitation or announcement. A few months after graduation, you'll receive your new alumni association membership card via e-mail so you can take full advantage of your membership. In the meantime, contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions you have about the alumni association's events or services.
Classes of 2003–2012, join the Alumni Association: Stay connected to the University of Maryland with all the opportunities and benefits the alumni association has to offer. Your second and third years out from graduation are just $25 per year. Explore the benefits of membership and join today.
Click below to explore our programs available for young alumni.
Reconnect with friends and classmates at one of our traditional social events. The Alumni Association's Homecoming Bash kicks off three hours prior to the Homecoming football game and offers members a complimentary tailgate buffet and live entertainment. The Annual Valentine's Day Dinner & Dance invites you to celebrate the love of your life on the campus you love. The Young Alumni BBQ on Maryland Day is hosted at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center each spring. Keep an eye on your email for invitations to these events.
Young Alumni Career Workshop Series
Fill in the blanks between your college education and the real world with programming designed to teach and enhance life skills. Invitations to these types of programs are sent right to your email.
Alumni/Student Connection Programs
Volunteer your time to help current students start to navigate the working world. Learn about the services
available to alumni or to help current students. Past student leaders can also volunteer to network with current student leaders at the O.N.E. UMD Student Leaders Conference and help students translate their leadership experiences on campus into a marketable professional skill set. Contact Kourtney Kleine Temple at email@example.com
to learn more about the O.N.E. UMD program.
Volunteer to help recruit new students to the University of Maryland through the Recruit-a-Terp Program. Represent the university at college fairs and local recruitment events in your area. Speak one-on-one and answer the questions of high school students who are considering a future at Maryland. Contact Meghan DeFord '05 at firstname.lastname@example.org
to get involved.
Join or organize a Terp Service Month activity in your area and give back to your local community in the name of Maryland. Contact Joyce Jones at email@example.com
to get involved.
Join the Young Alumni Committee
The alumni association works very closely with a group of approximately 10 young alumni volunteers to plan events and programs specifically for young alumni. This committee meets quarterly in College Park, but non-locals are also encouraged to participate via conference call. Contact Kourtney Kleine Temple firstname.lastname@example.org
for more details.
Clubs & Chapters
Moving? There are more than 50 Terp alumni clubs across the country. Click here
to learn more, or contact Tim Tormoen at email@example.com
to find out if there's one in your area. If not, why not start your own?
Staying in the area? Utilize campus resources
such as Eppley Recreational Center, the libraries, University Career Center and Counseling Center.
Host your event, meeting or celebration at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center. Alumni Association members receive a special discount. Visit www.riggs.umd.edu for rooms and rates.