Event Map & Shuttle Routes
You can cover more ground if you use Shuttle-UM, which runs continuously all day. See our map in the program pdf for bus stops. Board our red and white buses, free
of charge, at bus stops along the designated routes. Take the "North Campus" bus for those events located north of Campus Drive, and the "South Campus" bus
for those south of Campus Drive. Signage and guides on the bus will help
you determine the best stop for a particular event.
Full Program of Events (PDF)
Food & Beverage
There are plenty of places to satisfy your hunger. Here’s where you can buy something good to eat or drink. All locations proudly serve Pepsi® products.
Terp Town Center
Burgers and Chicken
Quarter-pound flame-grilled burgers, chicken sandwiches, veggie burgers, Nathan’s Famous® hot dogs and Boardwalk Fries®
Byrd’s Red Hot House of Sausages & Funnel Cakes
Char-grilled Italian Sausage, Nathan’s Famous® hot dogs, Boardwalk Fries and old-fashioned funnel cakes with powdered sugar
Cotton candy and sno-cones
Maryland Crab Cakes
Crab cake sandwiches, Maryland pork BBQ, Boardwalk Fries®, Baltimore Lemonade
Terrapin Pan Pizza & Chicken Baskets
Individual pan pizzas with your choice of cheese and pepperoni, fried chicken tenders and fry baskets
Near the Mall
The Dairy, Turner Hall
Featuring award-winning, University of Maryland ice cream in cones, cups, sundaes and milkshakes, plus their half-gallons to go. Cold drinks and Seattle’s Best® coffee.
Stamp Student Union
Chick-fil-A®, Taco Bell®, Maryland Food Co-op, McDonalds®, Saladworks®, Coffee Bar featuring Starbucks®, Subway®, Panda Express®, Sushi by Panda® and the Union Shop
Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
Starbucks® coffee and espresso, deli sandwiches, salads, Paninis and more
Biz & Society Hill
South Campus Dining Hall
A food court featuring the South Side Deli, Broiler Works, Maria’s Italian Creation, Cookies Bakery, Scoops Ice Cream Shop and Salads - 24 feet of soup and create-your-own salad
Sports & Rec Row
(During the Spring Game only) Burgers, Nathan’s Famous® hot dogs, hot soft pretzels and more.
The Diner at Ellicott
Our largest food court offering: Al’s Grill, CC Sweets, Sprouts vegan cuisine, Clucker's Rotisserie Chicken, The California Deli and more.
Eppley Recreation Center
Offering Freshen’s® fruit smoothies and frozen yogurt
Science and Tech Way:
Atrium between Math and Engineering
In support of the University environmental efforts, all napkins, forks, spoons, funnel cake plates, sno-cone cups, and lemonade cups are made of compostable material. Please deposit these items and any left over food in the Compost Station located on McKeldin Mall. Please be sure to place empty cans and bottles in the recycling bins.
First Aid & Safety
A First Aid station is located on McKeldin Mall or
you can visit the Health Center. See map in the program pdf (coming soon). In the event of severe weather or imminent danger,
campus sirens will sound to signal all on campus to seek shelter in the
Restrooms are available in every building on campus and most are open for Maryland Day. Restrooms are marked for your convenience.
In the event of heavy rain, most outdoor events will move into the nearest building. These larger outdoor activities will move as follows:
||To (rain location)
|The Big Top
|Jumpin´ on the Mall:
Inflatables for Kids
|Nyumburu Cultural Extravaganza
||Nyumburu Cultural Center, Multipurpose Room
Lost Person Protocol
Immediately report a lost person to the closest Maryland Day Information Services booth to the area where you first lost your friend or loved one. Maryland Day staff will contact the appropriate authorities, who will further assist you. If you have a cell phone, you may also call University Public Safety at 301.405.3555.
Information Services Booths
Need information or help finding your way around? Stop by any conveniently located Information Services booth and our volunteers will be happy to assist you. See map in the program pdf (coming soon).
For general disability information please contact Disability Support Services one week in advance at 301-314-7682. The department can provide general information and assist in the coordination of reasonable accommodation.
Sign language interpreters will be on call at the "Are You Ready for College?" event in Terp Town Center. If you know in advance you will need an interpreter, please contact Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-314-7209.