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Chill SEssions


Join SEE and a variety of STAMP Units from 7-8PM EDT during your Orientation session to learn a little bit about who we are, what we do, and engage in some fun activities! We'll be switching it up, so check the schedule below to see what we'll be doing during YOUR Orientation. Schedule will be updated as Summer progresses. Scroll to the bottom for a short description of each unit.

UMD Jeopardy with SEE's Research Director

June 1

Letter-writing to Self with MICA

June 3

Self-Care Doodling with MICA

June 8


June 10

DIY Dorm Decor with Studio A

June 15

Craft Night: DIY Origami with Graduate Student Life

June 17

TBD with LCSL Alternative Breaks

June 22

TBD with LCSL Alternative Breaks

June 24

What goes into planning a concert? with SEE's Tech Director

June 25

Audio Wars with SEE's Marketing Director

July 6

TBD with SEE's Concerts Director

July 8

TBD with SEE's VP of Finance

July 13

Stuff Stuff Stuff! An Improv* Game with SEE's Comedy Director *(no experience necessary)

July 15

UMD Jeopardy with SEE's Membership Director

July 20

Guided Paint with Studio A

July 22


July 27


July 29

Student Entertainment Events (SEE) is the principal student programming board responsible for producing and supporting events that entertain, enhance, and inspire a diverse campus culture at the University of Maryland.

MICA Office aims to empower students through education on issues of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion and their intersections. MICA staff facilitate both culturally-specific and cross-cultural experiences for all students through programmatic events, courses and advising.

Studio A is an interactive center encouraging the self-expression and self-development of the UMD community. We offer a creative outlet for students, faculty/staff, and community members via non-credit courses in the arts. Through our weekly classes and frequent workshops, we provide the opportunity to learn new skills, explore a topic, or pursue a creative passion. In addition, we serve as a creative partner for student groups, campus organizations, and departments by offering a physical space and environment for people to come together and create. We encourage people to engage individually and as a team with different modes of perception and expression.

Graduate Student Life (GSL) staff strive to build community among GradTerps, provide effective communications to resources and people, and advocate for GradTerps throughout the University of Maryland. 

 The University of Maryland Alternative Breaks program engages individuals in short-term service-learning experiences that challenge social, political and economic structures of our global community. Through reflection, education and service, Alternative Breaks develops mutually beneficial community partnerships, critical thinking and leadership skills to create a socially just world.