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Terp to Terp Campus ReUse Store

Terp to Terp Campus ReUse Store

"Supporting Terps Essential Needs"

Schedule an Appointment

About the Terp Restore

The Terp to Terp Campus ReUse Store coordinated by the Department of Resident Life was created to respond to students’ essential needs while encouraging a culture of social responsibility and reducing waste generation.

The store collects and distributes unused or gently used small appliances, cooking/kitchen items, room accessories, and school supplies donated throughout the year by students, faculty, and staff.

There is no fee associated with the use of the store, all items are free for UMD students to have and any UMD student in need of living essential items can set up an appointment to shop.

Make an Appointment

Schedule an Appointment

Our inventory is always changing. Schedule an appointment to see what we have at the store.

To schedule an appointment please email terptoterp@umd.edu.

You will receive an auto-response that directs you on how to schedule an appointment.

Location of Terp ReStore

Location

The ReUse Store is located on the ground floor of Harford Hall.

Shopping Rules

Shopping Rules

  • Terp to Terp Campus ReUse Store is open to any UMD student.
  • Bring your own bags, boxes, and transportation. Items cannot be delivered to your living arrangement
  • All items are free; however, take only what you need.
  • We reserve the right to limit quantities of any and all items.

Campus Pantry

Donate

We kindly accept online donations to the Terp to Terp ReUse Store fund. We also collect unused or gently used items through our donation drop-off center.

Donation Drop-Off Location

UMD Campus Pantry Welcome Desk
Monday — Friday
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

If possible, please package the donation in a bag or box. Please bring your UMD ID with you.

Location

The Campus Pantry is located on the ground floor of the South Campus Dining building, 7093 Preinkert Drive, Campus Drive, College Park, MD 20742.

Accepted Donations

Small Appliances (Cleaned)

  • Coffee makers
  • Blenders
  • Microwaves
  • Vacuums
  • Fans
  • Crock pot
  • Rice cooker

Kitchen/Cooking Items (Cleaned)

  • Cutlery (spoons, forks, knives)
  • Pots, pans, baking trays
  • Dishes, cups, bowls, plates
  • Food storage containers
  • Cooking utensils (spatula, whisk, tongs)
  • Water pitchers

Room Accessories

  • Alarm clocks
  • Curtain rods
  • Mirrors
  • Lamps
  • Bed risers
  • Storage bins
  • Cleaning supplies (broom, dust pan, mop)
  • Laundry (bins, drying racks, ironing board)
  • Shoe racks

Clothing (Cleaned and Gently Used)

  • Jackets
  • Sweatshirts
  • Jeans
  • T-shirts
  • Sweaters
  • Pants
  • Dress or polo shirts
  • Blazers

School Supplies (Unused)

  • Notebooks
  • Art supplies
  • Binders
  • Writing utensils (pens, pencils, markers)

Unaccepted Items

  • Carpets
  • Bedding
  • Food & drinks
  • Towels
  • Pillows
  • Large electronics & appliances
  • Broken items
  • Shoes
  • Socks
  • Undergarments
  • Clothing with holes
  • Clothing with odors
  • Clothing with stains
  • Stained clothes

Partnering for Goals

The University of Maryland is proud to be among many institutions globally that are working to achieve the vision for a better world in 2030 as envisioned by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Campus operations staff strive to address climate change, preserve aquatic ecosystems, reduce inequalities, and much more. Faculty and students are involved in countless academic and research projects that address every one of the SDGs.

To learn more about how our project and many others connect to these goals visit the SustainableUMDs Partnering for the Goals site.

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Contact Us

If you have any questions, please contact us at terptoterp@umd.edu.

 

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