Lottie Fradkin Fund (Clark School)
- Established by Janet Berman, these limited funds are used to support emergency grants to students in the Clark School.
- Students must demonstrate their financial need and be in good academic standing.
- Granted to students in extreme and extenuating financial situations, such as unable to afford housing, significant transportation costs, and/or inability to purchase meals/groceries.
- Students should submit the Clark School scholarships application and send an email to Dr. Nicole Roop at email@example.com in order to be considered for these funds.
Economic Crisis Response Grants (Division of Student Affairs)
- Grants given for immediate need, including housing, food, medical and/or mental health care, transportation, or other emergency.
- To be considered, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301.314.8484.
Student Success Emergency Scholarship Fund (Division of Student Affairs)
- Funds to assist students with unforeseen financial difficulties who cannot pay their past or current semesters tuition bill.
- To be considered, contact Tony Randall at 301.405.8963 or email@example.com
Fostering Terp Success (Office of Family Engagement)
- For students with a history of foster care involvement, are experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity, and lack a supportive family system
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org and a team member will respond to your email.
- UMD Campus Pantry - Their mission is to alleviate food hardship by providing emergency food to UMD students, faculty, and staff in need.
- Little Free Food Pantry - St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (4512 College Avenue, College Park) offers non-perishable food and hygiene items. The box is located beside the church parking lot just off Princeton Avenue.
- College Park Community Food Bank- Through the Church of the Nazarene.
- Hungry Terps Twitter Feed - Find food giveaways, free meals, and other free food on campus.
- UMD's Basic Needs Security and Resources - Basic needs refers to the most essential resources required to be successful as a student at the University of Maryland, including food, housing, and financial stability. The UMD Dean of Students team works to connect students experiencing basic needs challenges with relevant resources.
- FoodPantries.org - Find food pantries in your neighborhood.
- National Center for Transgender Equality - The Center's website provides a list of resources for Mutual Aid and Emergency Funds.
If you have any questions or other resources to share with students, please contact Dr. Nicole Roop at email@example.com.