UMD is one of several Big Ten universities to be built on native land.
The bill, which aims to protect students from hate speech, passed 28-0 with 1 abstention.
The position currently relies on a contract that's renewed annually.
The body voted 18-0 on the bill, with two abstentions.
This is the second year in a row they've funded the program.
The 45-minute training session covered power-based violence, consent, rape culture and more.
They hope to release an online version of the guide in December.
The idea has been talked about for more than 10 years.
The emergency legislation was created Tuesday night.
The College Park City Council is currently considering the ordinance.