Prince George’s County schools closed due to the protest.
For the 2016-17 academic year, 15 of this university’s Fulbright applicants received and accepted a grant.
“For native students, [the minor] offers them a chance to learn more about themselves,” one professor said.
About 40 people came to a town hall hosted by the Prison Resistance Project and the University of Maryland’s NAACP chapter.
The resolution vote was nearly unanimous, with only one dissenting vote.
Residents of Oakland Hall were evacuated at about 1:45 a.m. Thursday morning due to a sprinkler leakage and fire alarm.
An expelled student claims this university violated his due process rights.
Aida Mohammadi, who has a green card, was returning from visiting relatives in Turkey.
The endowments have granted this university about $2.5 million for research, performances and projects since 2010.
The decade-old lawsuit returned to court in Baltimore on Monday.