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UMD Student Resources

Police Emergencies

  • 911
  • Campus Police: 301-405-3555
  • Prince George's County Police: 301-699-2630


  • PG County Public Defender: 301-952-2100
  • Montgomery County Public Defender: 301-563-8900 or 301-563-8701
  • Federal Public Defender: 301-344-0600
  • PG County Lawyer Referral: 301-952-1440
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association Referral: 202-783-7853

Domestic Violence

  • UMD's CARE to Stop Violence Crisis Phone Line: 301-741-3442
  • Prince George's County Court Commissioner, 301-699-2650 (Hyattsville)
  • Family Crisis 24-Hour Hotline, 301-731-1203 (Prince George's County)
  • Pro Se Domestic Assistance, 301-780-8000
  • State Department of Family Administration, 410-260-1580
  • Prince George's County Lawyer Referral, 301-952-1440
  • Maryland Courts - Domestic Violence
  • Maryland State Bar Association - Domestic Violence Information
  • Family Crisis Center of Prince George’s County (24 hour hotline): 301-731-1203 or 866-382-7474

Medical Care-Insurance Denials

Landlord-Tenant Emergencies

  • Utility Emergencies: Contact the gas, water, or electric company directly in an emergency involving utilities
  • All Housing Emergencies: Contact your local housing code enforcement agency (listed below)

Mental Health Emergencies

  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
  • During regular business hours, students experiencing an urgent crisis can request to be seen for an emergency visit at the Counseling Center. Emergency visits are unscheduled same-day appointments in which Counseling Service staff evaluate the student’s current functioning and nature of concerns and help the student problem-solve and determine next steps. To request an emergency visit, please stop by the Counseling Center reception desk on the main level of the Shoemaker Building.
  • UMD Counseling Center After-Hours Crisis Support: (301) 314-7651

Know Your Right to Protest, Know the Law

Grad Legal Aid can help students navigate the law and UMD policy. If you are a student planning a protest or planning to attend a protest, former UMD protest organizers have recommended you collaborate directly with the Office of Student Conduct when planning your events to ensure that your plans are in compliance with UMD policy. 

Here are some resources which may be helpful: 

Free & Reduced Cost Legal Services & Clinics

Arrests and Criminal Cases

Civil Cases

Online Legal Resources & Information

Maryland State Agencies

Maryland State & Local Statutes

Maryland Courts

Legal Information & Resources by Topic

Landlord-Tenant Information

Landlord Tenant - Housing Inspection / Code Enforcement

Maryland Traffic Law

Auto/Health Insurance

Maryland Business Law

Maryland Consumer Law

Small Claims

Towing and Towing Appeals

Divorce/Separation/Domestic Violence Law

Other Resources

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