The key resource for student organizations is the student organizations handbook. The handbook include information on posting policies, re-recognition process, how to reserve a room, how to show a movie on campus, funding information, and pretty much everything you need to know as a student organization leader.
All student organization officers should take the time to familiarize themselves with the information found in the student organization handbook. It is your responsibility as a student organization officer to ensure that your organization adheres to the policies and meets all requirements listed in the handbook.
The SGA matches every student group with an SGA Senator. Senators can help student groups with budgets, supplemental funding, advertising, constitution revisions, room reservations, updating involved@TU, and anything else that deals with functioning successfully at Towson. Please do not hesitate to contact your senator if there is anything your group needs.
Involvement fairs are held at the beginning of each semester to showcase the many diverse student organizations on campus. Typically, over 100 student organization advertise events an recruit new members from the 2000 students in attendance. This fun-filled event is a great opportunity for new students to find out what is available on campus and for returning students to find ways to become more involved.
If your organization would like to register for the Involvement Fair:
Please log on Involved@TU to fill out the Registration form on the front page. Tables will be distributed on a first come-first served basis. Please be advised that by registering, you agree to abide by all Involvement Fair Rules.
Visit involved@TU if you are looking to get involved or need more information about student groups.