Wherever you are—in the world, in your career, in your life -- you’re a Terp forever. Maybe you live in L.A., Boston or Beijing. Maybe you work in finance, bioscience or education. Maybe you just left campus or maybe it’s been 50 years since you graduated. What do you have in common with 388,000 people across the world? You’re all Terps. And your Alumni Association is here to help you find your Terp family - wherever you may be.


Interested in joining a network board? Click on your area of interest below and complete the application. 

Academic Networks

Your school/college offers a number of ways to stay connected even after you leave campus. Connect with your academic network to learn more about resources and ways to get involved with students and your fellow graduates.


Affinity & Special Interest Networks

Whatever made your time on campus memorable -- a cultural organization, a student group, a living learning community -- those bonds don’t end when you graduate. Find a community of like-minded Terps.


Regional Networks

Find your new Terp home. Regional Networks host game watches, service events and more to keep you connected with an extensive network of alumni.


Industry Networks

 Find like-minded professionals to explore new business partnerships, get input on your latest challenges, or just expand your rolodex with similar Terps in your community.


 

Network Leader Resources

For more information about finding a network:

  • Northeast: Steve Glickman, steveg@umd.edu, 301.405.8030
  • Montgomery County, DC, Northern Virginia, Annapolis, Prince George's County: Cara Folk, cfolk@umd.edu, 301.405.9433
  • Baltimore, Frederick, Howard County, Southern Maryland & Academic: Angela Dimopoulos, adimop@umd.edu, 301.405.7938
  • West Coast, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Georgia, Florida, International: Colleen Bass, crbass@umd.edu, 301.405.3846
  • Affinity, Special Interest, Volunteer Programs: Erica Lane, egarnett@umd.edu, 301.405.6860