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The SORC is the campus resource for information regarding student involvement. They assist students with finding student organizations to join, registering new student organizations, and providing assistance and support to existing student organizations.
Project STAND is a digital repository where academic institutions can provide information and resources about student activism. Their primary focus is on marginalized student identities, particularly African American, LGBTQ+, Chicano/a, differently abled, Asian American, and Indigenous student populations.
Stamp Your History is a multi-partner effort to build a Student Life Collections program at the University of Maryland. Documenting the activities of our student organizations and their historically significant achievements are essential to the institutional record. We want to work with student leaders and their organizational members on documenting and archiving the valuable records created by our hundreds of student groups, to preserve student contributions, foster a sense of inclusivity by respecting all voices in the historical record, and advocating for the visibility of university history across the campus and our surrounding community.
This digital exhibit, created by Mateo Arango, Lauren Cain, Wanda Hernández, Kristy Li Puma, Benjamin Shaw, Sarah Wampler, and Alan Wierdak, explores Black student activism at the University of Maryland in the 1960s.