TU in the Community

Community Engaged University

Towson University is proud of its distinction as a community engaged university. TU emphasizes service-learning, community service, civic engagement programs, community-based partnerships, and other outreach projects as ways to connect with community members, non-profit organizations, and government agencies.

Civic Engagement at Towson University

Community Service at Towson University

The university’s engagement website, “TU in the Community”, provides a searchable database of community engagement projects, as well as resources for faculty, staff, students, and outside community members. With over 150 projects happening across the campus and in the community, Towson University’s students, faculty, and staff are actively engaged with partners throughout the region and beyond. While some projects are short term, others become embedded in the curriculum and mission of the university. The Cherry Hill Learning Zone is a fantastic example of this.

Phone: 877-TU-Link-4U or 410-704-2678
Fax: 410-704-2152
E-mail: TUintheCommunity@towson.edu


The Northern Map Turtle Partnership is bringing together TU and the Town of Port Deposit to save an endangered turtle.

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Use the community projects database to find faculty research projects, partnerships and more.
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Last Updated: Tuesday September 03, 2013