The SAGE program is one component of Towson
University's cultural diversity and student retention plan. Program resources are used to foster academic
achievement, personal development, and campus wide involvement among entering students from
diverse backgrounds. The SAGE program's original mission continues
and has expanded to include any entering freshmen who wish to
participate. SAGE program participants are assigned a peer mentor and participate in
various activities that enhance academic, budget management, and
decision-making skills. Participants also expand their knowledge
of diverse cultural groups, career development strategies, and
participate in networking opportunities.
The SAGE Program
University Union, Room 313
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Jan. 28TH – Mentor’s Meeting
Feb. 4th – SPRING Back!
Feb. 11TH – African Heritage
Feb. 18TH – Cracking the “CODE” to Success
Feb. 25TH – African American Heritage
March 4TH – Out of the Shadows…Exposing the Stigma
March11th - Spring Break “Turnt-Up”
March 18th – SPRING BREAK…ENJOY
March 25TH – Celebrating the “X”
April 1ST – Are you EXEMPT?
April 8th – Muslim & Jewish Heritage
April 15th – SAGE Speaks
April 22nd – Let’s Move (SAGE edition)
April 29TH – Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage
May 6th – Closing Celebration
Events Held @ 4 PM, in the University Union Chesapeake III