FACULTY & STAFF
The University of Maryland offers extensive online and in-person faculty & staff services. Some of the most frequently accessed resources are listed below.
Administrative Resource Enterprise Services (ARES) is a collection of links and services specifically for faculty and staff.
Testudo offers interactive web services for current students, prospective students and alumni, including the schedule of classes, deadlines and more.
University Human Resources
View your benefits, data services, tuition remission and more.
Performing Arts Library
The Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library includes the International Piano Archives at Maryland and special collections in the performing arts.
Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides leadership and innovation in information technology planning, implements efficient technology infrastructure, develops and deploys effective information systems and delivers responsive IT support services.
Add your courses online, create online class discussions and access faculty development, research support, hardware, software and more.
Set up computer and email accounts, request hardware and software and access communications options, support (Help Desk), computer training and more.
Find Undergraduate and Graduate Handbooks on the Current Students page.
Commonly Used Forms
Form 8233 is only for F-1 students who are able to claim exemption from federal taxes by virtue of a treaty between the United States of America and their country of residence.
This form is used for guest speakers, masterclass presenters, etc. To use this form, the individual must be a U.S. citizen and not on payroll with the University of Maryland.
This form is required for any sponsor who needs to have a student paid for performances or other duties on a one-time basis. This form goes to the School of Music business office for further processing.
Used to request approval for travel that results in campus absence and to request travel funding.
The University of Maryland is committed to equal access to web content. If you need to request any content in an alternative format or have comments or suggestions on accessibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit umd.edu/web-accessibility.