Space Request Upgrade General Purpose Classroom Collaborative Classrooms Current Projects
TERP Classrooms

TERP Classrooms

The University of Maryland is committed to creating classroom environments that support team-based and collaborative modes of teaching and learning. The goal in creating these new and renovated spaces around our campus is to promote student-centered teaching practices by creating technology enhanced environments that enable every person in the classroom to Teach, Engage, Respond, and Participate. There are four models of TERP Classrooms to support a variety of pedagogies. For more information, please visit go.umd.edu/terprooms
School of Public Policy

School of Public Policy

(Currently in design) This 70,000 GSF facility will serve as a new home to the School of Public Policy (SPP) and include state-of-the-art classroom spaces ranging from 25-150 seats, computer labs, library, study/lounge space and faculty offices. The addition of this exciting new space will help SPP fulfill its unique mission to infuse a culture of philanthropy across UMD to create the next generation of leaders and spur innovation in the field of philanthropy.
Edward St. John

Edward St. John Learning & Teaching Center

The Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center is home to twelve active learning (TERP) classrooms, nine state-of-the art Chemistry Labs, and includes both formal and informal student study spaces throughout. The building's Teaching and Learning Transformation Center (TLTC) and Academic Technology and Innovation teams will bring powerful new practices and technologies to classrooms across campus, while its' Academy for Innovation and Entrepreneurship offers students dynamic new spaces to brainstorm fearless ideas and launch their own enterprises.
Bioengineering Building

A. James Clark Hall

This facility will be serve as a new Bioengineering Building at the University of Maryland and house the Robert E. Fischell Department of Bioengineering and the Robert E. Fischell Institute for Biomedical Devices. The building will contain research and instructional labs, classrooms and offices. The project will also include an additional 6th floor designated as a campus vivarium. Scheduled Completion: March 2017.
Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science & Innovation

Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science & Innovation

The new facility will house the Department of Computer Science and the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies and will contain office, instructional and research space. Plans include state-of-the-art hacker/maker space in which students, faculty, and outside partners share knowledge and ideas via workshops, presentations and lectures. Scheduled Completion: December 2017.