Through their support, Friends of the Liberal Arts provide students with an enhanced academic experience and vibrant learning opportunities
When it comes to covering the real cost of a student’s education, tuition and state assistance are only the beginning. To experience the enriching activities that define the best colleges and universities, our students must rely on your generosity. It is only through the combined resources of tuition, state support and private contributions that Towson University can help its students develop their full potential.
More than 55,000 Towson alumni live and work in Maryland. Their leadership, service and processional skills are vital. A contribution to support the Friends of the Liberal Arts is an investment in the future of our community.
Your contribution of $100 or more confirms your membership in the Friends of the Liberal Arts. Your gift will enhance the learning environment of the College and directly benefit students and faculty. Among the purposes to which your gift may contribute are
And your gift will support our faculty as they
Your gift will be acknowledged in Towson University’s donor listing and other college publications. In addition, you will
The College of Liberal Arts at Towson University continues to develop new opportunities for students even as it respects the educational traditions of Towson. As the faculty works to integrate ever-changing technologies into instruction, we will never forget the essential importance of face-to-face interaction and faculty engagement with students. As the new CLA building emerges on the campus, we have maintained and will maintain our commitment to classes of reasonable size allowing easy interaction. And as we strive to remain responsive to the changing needs of the metropolitan region, we will also remember the intellectual objectives and individual capacities associated with liberal learning that are fundamental to nearly all parts of evolving occupational demands as well as to a healthy democratic society.
Chief executives, public and governmental agencies, and professionals often rank among the most important attributes needed in the work force
These are some of the capacities developed most fully through liberal arts courses and programs.
Undergraduates in the College of Liberal Arts select their program of study from more than 40 majors and acquire knowledge and abilities that can serve them throughout their lives. The College also offers number of graduate programs for those seeking an advanced education, including working professionals in the Baltimore metropolitan area. Throughout its programs, the College encourages students to shape their own educations, inviting their commitment to an active process that may be briefly described as follows:
Thank You for Supporting the Liberal Arts