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Department of Resident Life

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Singular Achievements in Residence Hall Living

First-year Students Show Style, Creativity in Their One-Person Rooms

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A Once-in-a-Lifetime Welcome

Pandemic Reshapes Move-in Weekend, With Students Masked, on Zoom and Outdoors

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Move-in Option ‘Sets’ New Tone

Resident Life Introduces ‘Set Up and Go’ to Families for Maximized Physical Distancing

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Department of Residential Facilities staff member Pedro Rodriguez cleans a room in Cumberland Hall.

Residential Facilities Housekeeping Staff Honored

Independent Review by Cleaning Industry Group Recognizes Skill, Professionalism

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Annapolis Hall

Most Residence Hall Students to Live in Single Rooms in Fall

Room Assignments Expected to Be Released After Aug. 3

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Dorms on south campus

Residence Hall Move-out to Start May 23

Appointments Required; Other Measures Outlined to Ensure Social Distancing

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Annapolis Hall

Move-out Postponed Until Further Notice

Scheduled Appointments Now Canceled to Protect Student Safety

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Remembering a Residential Revolution

Terps Look Back on 50th Anniversary of UMD’s First Co-ed Hall

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Moving into dorm

Making Maryland Home

Move-in Whirlwind, Welcomes Give Way to a New Semester

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Refuse Reborn

Trash to Treasure Program Collects Estimated 25 Tons of Recyclable, Reusable Goods

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LaPlata Beach Party

Students Prepare for Semester’s Final Stretch at North Campus Carnival

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Expanded Residence Hall Cleaning Completed

UMD Officials Advocate Prevention to Avoid Spreading Viruses

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