CAMPUS PROFILE: University of Maryland, College Park
University of Maryland, College Park is a public university within the Maryland State University System. Around 36,000 undergraduate students are enrolled at the university.
Campus Reform Campus Profiles evaluate individual American college campuses based on liberal bias, speech codes, and other relevant policies and factors.
University of Maryland College Park is a public university within the Maryland State University System. Around 36,000 undergraduate students are enrolled at the university.
Official Political Student Organizations:
Terps for Israel
Terps for National Conservatism
Young Americans for Freedom
Young Americans for Liberty at University of Maryland College Park
Coalition of Latinx Student Organizations
International Socialist Organization
Multiracial Biracial Student Association
Political Latinx United Movement and Action in Society
Students for Justice in Palestine UMD Chapter
Young Democratic Socialists of America
OpenSecrets Data on University of Maryland College Park Employee Political Donations:
In the 2020 election cycle, 96.16% of University of Maryland College Park employee donations went to Democratic candidates in federal elections, while 3.84% of donations went to Republican candidates in federal elections, according to data from OpenSecrets.
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education Rating:
University of Maryland College Park has been given a green light speech code. According to FIRE, this is due to “FIRE is not currently aware of any serious threats to students’ free speech rights in the written policies on that campus.”
University of Maryland College Park is requiring a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for students, staff and faculty.
Stories by Campus Reform about University of Maryland College Park:
The University of Maryland Senate recently voted to lower the standard of evidence in student misconduct hearings while simultaneously limiting students' access to attorneys.
The University of Maryland’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion released a set of proposals to crack down on purported 'hate speech' and decrease campus police presence.
University of Maryland professor Janelle Wong recently wrote an article criticizing media coverage of anti-Asian hate crimes for showing the attacks being perpetuated by Black men.