Smith Day

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Smith Day is an annual tradition that celebrates our strong community of students, faculty, staff and alumni. We are innovative, collaborative and driven. We support and empower each other. We are truly proud to be Smith Terps.

Submit Your Photos!

Participate in a special surprise project that will connect all of us! Snap a photo and submit it here!

You can submit photos all week, as well as during Smith Day!

Help Us Make This Year’s Event a Success!

Are you a proud Smith Terp? Do you bleed red, gold, white and black? If so, consider volunteering to be a Smith Day Ambassador! The role is simple, flexible, and fun, and not location bound. Find out more by emailing alumni@rhsmith.umd.edu!

Celebrate With Us

  • Wear your Smith apparel or Maryland colors
  • Snap a photo and share it online with #UMDSmithProud
  • Thank someone in the Smith community virtually or by writing a thank you note

At a Regional Event

Celebrations are being organized around the country and worldwide to bring alumni together on Smith Day! Below is a tentative list of cities where evening gatherings will be taking place. Don’t see an event in your area? Consider hosting one through our Smith in Your Town program!

At Your Work

Is there a group of Smith Terps that work alongside you? Host an informal gathering of Smith alumni at your company, snap a group photo showing your school pride and submit that photo to us at alumni@rhsmith.umd.edu. We'll share your photo on social media, and you will be entered into a raffle drawing to win two tickets to a UMD men's basketball game! Join the list of companies hosting more formal Smith Day events:

Marriott International

Online

Join the conversation on social media by using #UMDSmithProud! We want to see your school pride and hear why you're a proud member of the Smith community!

Join our Smith Day Facebook event for the latest updates on this day of celebration!

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