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University Resources

Conflict Resolvers Network (CRN)
The Conflict Resolvers Network consortium comprises advisors, counselors and mediators on campus who are available to assist with resolving conflict for faculty, staff and students.

Ombuds Services
The University of Maryland provides Ombuds services for faculty, staff, graduate students and undergraduate students. Each Ombuds office operates in a different setting and with different reporting responsibilities. However, all of them share a common purpose and operate on the same basic Ombuds principles.

Raise Your Voice is a University wide sexual assault prevention and awareness campaign. Raising your voice shows that you value respect and healthy relationships for yourself, your fellow Terps, and others in all aspects of life. 

The below resources are both confidential and non-confidential resources. To search for Confidential Resources, please click here. 

Office of Student Conduct (OSC), Division of Student Affair


Code of Student Conduct

View OSC

Office of Rights and Responsibilities (R&R), Department of Resident Life (DRL)


Community Handbook, 2020 (pdf)

View DRL

Undergraduate Student Legal Aid Office (SLAO)



Graduate Student Legal Aid Office (GLAO)



University of Maryland Police Department (UMPD)

UMD Police Emergency: 301-405-3333 or 911
Non-Emergency: 301-405-3555


Counseling Center Accessibility and Disability Services (ADS)


View ADS

Office of Diversity and Inclusion


View ODI

Bias Incident Support Services (BISS) 

301 405-0980


President’s Commission on Disability Issues


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Equity Center (LGBTQ+ Equity Center)

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Equity Center (LGBTQ+ Equity Center)

View LGBTQ+ Equity Center

Staff Relations-University Human Resources

University Human Resources-Staff Relations

View Staff Relations

The Office of Faculty Affairs

The Office of Faculty Affairs 

View Office of Faculty Affairs

CARE to Stop Violence

Campus Advocates Respond and Educate to Stop Violence (CARE) 

*This is a confidential resource. 

View the CARE to Stop Violence Site

Behavioral/Mental Health Services

Behavioral/Mental Health Services (University Health Center)

*This is a confidential resource. 

View Site

Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP)

Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) at the University Health Center

*This is a confidential resource. 

View the Site
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