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Life at Smith

What truly defines the Smith experience are the many opportunities for learning, growing and achieving that exist beyond the classroom. You can connect with fellow students through the MBA Association, which coordinates more than 20 student-run groups representing a wide range of activities. Participate throughout the year in networking events, resume reviews, industry speakers, high school mentoring programs, forums, intramural sports and happy hours.

Life at SmithRecreational opportunities abound, both on and off campus. Take a study break on campus at the Eppley Recreation Center, which features indoor and outdoor pools, two gymnasiums, indoor track, racquetball courts, and weight, fitness and martial arts rooms. Tennis courts and the university’s golf course are located nearby.

The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at Maryland offers a seasonal calendar of live musical, dance and theatrical performances, recitals and exhibits. See why the university’s art gallery has earned a national reputation for innovative exhibitions.

Sports fans will enjoy watching the Terps compete. In addition to its well-known football and men’s and women’s basketball programs, the university also fields more than 27 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams.

The place to go for all around student services is the Adele H. Stamp Student Union. Stamp houses a variety of eateries, a full-service bank, bowling alley, coffee shop, post office, a 750-seat cinema, and the University Book Center. Across the street from Stamp, the University Health Center offers quality medical care to students. And the Office of International Education Services in the Mitchell Building provides a wide range of services to international students.