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This club was formed out of a need to de-stress college students and improve their overall quality of life. This will be a space where we can focus on positivity. We’ll explore topics such as spirituality, meditation, art, saving the environment, groovy/awesome music, expanding our consciousness, nature, methods in spreading good vibes, and whatever else members are passionate about.

Check out their Facebook group for meeting times and events (Click here)!


17854824_809726655848287_2059498416723013832_oReal Talk is a dialogue group focusing on the diverse experiences and needs of Scholars students of color. Discussion topics include microaggressions, cultural appropriation, gender/race roles and balance on campus; social media; hot topics in the news, etc. Meets biweekly in the Cambridge Community Center. Contact Jeany Cadet for more information (jcadet1@umd.edu).


1560455_10152009894006034_969856480_nActive Minds is a national organization dedicated to fighting the stigma of mental illness by educating college students about the importance of talking about mental health and reaching out for help when it is needed. At College Park, Active Minds are a mix of students interested in psychology/public health, students with friends and loved ones coping with mental illness, and students who have or are currently struggling with a mental illness.

Contact info: umdactiveminds@gmail.com

https://www.facebook.com/ActiveMindsAtMaryland/


University of Maryland Recreation and Wellness

“We facilitate physical activity which provides better sleepimproved mood,  a stronger immune systemsocial connection with others, and more energy. Activity also helps students manage stress and symptoms of depression and anxiety. In addition to these wellness benefits, being active also helps students achieve academic success by boosting mental focus, attention and alertness, and priming the brain for learning.

We invite every member of the university community to discover their inner Active Terp and find a physical activity they enjoy doing. Recreation is for everyone and there is something for everyone at RecWell.”

For more info, visit their website (click here)


Cambridge Community Queers and Allies (CCQA) 

CCQA is a dialogue group of LGBTQ students and allies in Scholars and beyond. Contact Ben Parks for more information (bparks@umd.edu).