Even with reduced seating capacity, some students say they're sticking to carry-out meals.
Groups like the beekeeping club and TerpFarm have stepped up to make sure the areas are cared for.
Lack of consistent in-person instruction paired with ongoing technological difficulties have caused some students to struggle.
County Executive Angela Alsobrooks made the announcement in a Thursday press conference.
Crews on campus are working under social distancing guidelines and COVID-19 screening.
Some students want administration to be more proactive in preventing racism on campus.
The garden plans to work with the Campus Pantry throughout the summer.