If you are a student group or university department, SEE can help. SEE events are planned by our seven programmers separated by the following program lines: Comedy, Concerts, Cinema, Musical Arts, Lectures, Performing Arts and Special Events. If you are interested in planning an event in partnership with a SEE programmer, please contact Taylor Markey, SEE’s President, at ().
The SEE Funding Board offers co-sponsorship opportunities to student groups registered with the Office of Campus Programs.
The goals of the SEE Funding Board are to promote diversity within event programming and to provide programmatic and/or financial support for groups needing assistance.
Student Entertainment Events is an exciting and dynamic group of student leaders who plan some of the biggest events on the University of Maryland’s campus each year. We offer a wide range of programming that appeals to the diverse interests of the tens of thousands of people who are part of our University community.
The promotional opportunities that we make available to our corporate partners are a terrific way to connect with a vibrant college population as well as shape and strengthen brand identity; and we can’t wait to help your company build a stronger presence at the University. Feel free to contact me to get more information about all that we can do for you. I hope to SEE you soon!
SEE's VP of Finance
WHAT WE CAN DO
Your company's name and/or logo listed on our website
A chance to distribute your company's promotional materials on our campus
Your company's signage hung at our events
A range of advertising materials with your company's logo
Free tickets and backstage passes for your company
WHAT YOU CAN DO
VP of Finance
Student Entertainment Events
Claire Sullivan, Development and External Relations Coordinator
Adele H. Stamp Student Union
LARGE SCALE EVENTS
Fall Welcome Activites (early Fall)
Fallapalooza (early Fall)
Homecoming Comedy Show (early Fall)
Terpstock (late Spring)
Art Attack (late Spring)
Please email all press requests to our Public Relations Director, Kim Rodriguez, at email@example.com.
In the initial email, press requestors should include the title of the event they are seeking coverage for, their publication’s name, a description of the outlet (including its reach/target audience), the type of press coverage they’re seeking (e.g., an interview, free entry to a ticketed event, and/or photography privileges), and the name(s) of the reporter(s) they’re seeking press credentials for. All media and press requests must be submitted a minimum of two weeks (10 business days) before the event unless otherwise noted.
We welcome all parties interested in requesting coverage of our campus events.
The following are guidelines that all organizations must follow in order to obtain press/media access:
All media and press requests must be submitted a minimum of 10 days in advance of the event.
Each organization will get two press passes, 1 for a photographer and 1 for a news writer, with very few exceptions.
Representatives must check in with Public Relations Director at the assigned time, no earlier and no later. Those who do not will lose their opportunity for an interview.
Thank you for your interest in our events! If you have any questions or comments, please contact the Public Relations Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.