Union members rallied at a protest in College Park on Tuesday.
The testing announcement follows USM guidance.
The delay will allow the university to implement campuswide COVID-19 testing, Pines wrote.
Students have reached out to lawyers, flooded social media feeds and organized email campaigns to raise awareness.
The council is planning for these programs to be partially funded by the CARES Act.
The coffee company has donated more than 250 bags of coffee.
The plan's first stage shifts the stay-at-home order into a recommendation.
The body passed three pieces of legislation.
The university will announce a decision on fall classes by June 15.
Maryland counties had already announced similar orders requiring face-coverings.