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University System of Maryland Hagerstown

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USMH Student Council (USMHSC) began in Spring 2010. Since that semester USMHSC has successfully negotiated a reduced student parking rate, welcomed students back with a free coffee or pizza bars, ensured that the student voice was represented in Annapolis during the annual legislative sessions, participated in numerous community service projects and helped community leaders raise scholarship funds to make college more affordable for students.

USMHSC will continue to improve and expand the amenities and services available to students, and building a stronger and more united student community. USMHSC uses several communications tools to make it easier for students to connect and share suggestions and comments through Facebook, e-blasts, and USMH digital signs.

To learn more about the USMH Student Council, attend a meeting, or call or email us.

The USMH Student Council is a great way to gain valuable leadership experience, while helping to make USMH a stronger and better place.


Meetings will be determined by student schedules. Please fill out the online application for membership.


For more information, contact Sarah Illyn at or 240-527-2712

The purpose of this club shall be to provide an entertaining and educational atmosphere in which students can further their knowledge and interest of psychology. Through eclectic awareness and understanding, this club seeks to impart a growing compassion and acceptance of all cultures, beliefs, and ways of life.

Veritas Vitae is open to all Frostburg State University (FSU) students and faculty, incoming, present, and alumni. Membership is open to FSU students of any curriculum who have an interest related to psychology.

For more information, contact Dr. Masciocchi.


To serve our educational community in Washington County, while networking with future teachers within the state of Maryland. Open enrollment is limited to FSU education students and begins in September each year.

For more information, contact Dr. McGee