More than 50 people gathered to protest for better maintenance of buses and hazard pay for DOTS employees.
Seventy-five community members protested at the main administration building Tuesday.
It may take several years to address the long-term financial prospects prompted by COVID-19.
The university will also loosen several coronavirus-related restrictions next week.
All summer session classes at the University of Maryland will also be canceled for Juneteenth.
COVID-19 has sucked for workers. It’s imperative that we learn from the hardship.
“We’re happy and eager to have discussions," the system's chancellor said.
All students and employees will be provided two face coverings.
The union that represents workers on campus says it has heard from several employees who have sought medical attention after working without air conditioning.
“We want you to stay home, telework if you can, and practice social distancing," a message from human resources said.