Community Outreach

We are dedicated to helping the community throughout all levels of the college. In addition to the thousands of hours our students, faculty and staff complete each year in volunteer and service learning projects, the college offers ongoing programs that benefit the community.

Students sorting food at the food bank

Center for Applied Business and Economic Research

The Center for Applied Business and Economic Research (CABER) channels the College of Business and Economics' resources to meet the education and knowledge needs of certain business niches in the Baltimore area and to the businesses and governments that have a history of hiring Towson CBE graduates.

Maryland Council on Economic Education

The nonprofit Maryland Council on Economic Education (MCEE) is nonpartisan organization that enhances economic and financial literacy by providing teacher training, instructional materials, curriculum consultation and selected student programs to the state's K-12 schools.

Tax Preparation Services

The College of Business and Economics partners with The Baltimore Cash Campaign every spring to offer free federal and Maryland state income tax preparation services to low income individuals and families.