Student Activities

Student Activities Staff

Student Activities strives to help students be competent graduates of Towson University who exhibit lifelong principles of wellness.  Student Activities enriches the Towson experience by:

  • fostering student learning and development,
  • connecting with diverse communities,
  • modeling positive behaviors,
  • and creating fun-filled experiences.

Staff Directory

Dirron D. Allen
Director, Student Activities
(410) 704-3307

Dirron is originally from Woodbridge, VA. He received his B.S. in Sport Management from James Madison University. He received his M.S. from Mississippi State University. After receiving his M.S. he worked for Temple University for 2 years and came to work for Towson University in Campus Recreation Services. He has been working for the Office of Student Activities since February 2008

Beth Steiner
Assistant Director, Student Activities
(410) 704-4419

Beth’s area includes Leadership Development programming. LeaderShape, Lead TU, Towson University Leadership Consultants and the Spring Leadership Conference are just a few examples of the opportunities available within the Office of Student Activities.

Beth is originally from Needham, MA. She earned her BA in Psychology from University of Maryland, and her MS in Higher Education from Indiana University. She’s worked at Lehigh University in Greek Life and Leadership, and at University of Maryland in Jewish Student Life. She has been working for Towson University since 2009 and for the Office of Student Activities since June 2011. 

Mary Leeper
Administrative Assistant
Student Government Association
(410) 704-2711

Feel free to ask Mary about student organizations i.e., contact information, room reservations, mailboxes, use of the resource room, SGA elections, (the process, GPA required, credits required), budgets, and fund-raising for their organization. Mary has been honored with a namesake scholarship, the Mary Leeper Scholarship, which is available to students and awarded at the annual Leadership Awards in May. She is also available if you just need a shoulder or an extra ear.

Mary is a resident of Baltimore, Maryland, graduating from Eastern High School, and attending Community College of Baltimore. She enjoys dancing, reading, camping and sewing. She has 2 children. Mary is an Honorary member of Golden Key Honor Society.

Kathy Mosier
Administrative Assistant,
New Student Programs and Office of
Student Activities
(410) 704-3307

Kathy is originally from Troy, Ohio where she graduated from Troy High School.  She and her family currently reside in Bel Air, Maryland.  She has been with Towson University since 2008 and with the Office of Student Activities since June 2011. 

Joyce P. Herold, Ed.D.
Coordinator, Off-Campus Student Services
(410) 704-3521

Joyce works closely with commuter students to offer housing and civility education, rental guidance, and a host of other resources to promote student engagement and development under the mission of Student Activities. Commuter Appreciation Days, Off-Campus Living Fair, Good Morning/ Good Evening Commuters and Senior Experience are some of the signature events offered within Joyce’s office. In addition, Joyce oversees the Community Ambassador Program and advises the Commuter Student Organization. Joyce is excited about connecting with and being an advocate for commuter students. Please stop by and have a conversation with Joyce about how she might be of greater assistance to you!

Joyce began her work with Student Affairs in 2001 as a student leader at her alma mater, West Virginia University. Since then, Joyce has served in both leadership and educational capacities at West Virginia University, Prince George’s Community College and Harford Community College. She holds a doctor of education degree in higher education leadership, master of arts in secondary education, and a bachelor of arts in English and literary studies.

Corinne DeRoberts
Coordinator, Community Service
(410) 704-5764

Corinne works with Project Serve, the Tigers Serving Others Learning Community, Adopt-A-Campus, Service Fairs, and Alternative Breaks Connections, and those are just a few examples of community service programs from her office. She also coordinates TU’s largest day of community service, The Big Event, which is held in April. Corinne is excited to work with students as well to find them individual service opportunities.

Corinne is originally from Boonton, NJ. She received her B.A. in Applied Mathematics from Towson University. She received her M.S. in Higher Education & Student Affairs from Indiana University. After receiving her B.A., Corinne served as the Towson University AmeriCorps*VISTA Service-Learning Coordinator. She has been working for the Office of Student Activities since August 2011.  

Chris Rindosh
Coordinator, Student Organizations
(410) 704-4317

Chris works with training and supporting student organizations and student organization advisors.  This includes managing Involved@TU, coordinating Involvement Fairs and the Student Group Summits.  Chris also advises the Homecoming and SGA elections committees.  Chris loves talking with students about how to bring their ideas and dreams into reality.  Whether it’s helping students start a new group or figuring out how to leave a positive paw print on campus, he’s always glad to help.

Chris has spent all of his years growing up in New Jersey where he attended The College of New Jersey and received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.  After graduation, Chris made his first move out of state for graduate school at Florida State University where he received his M.S. in Higher Education.  Now on his second move, Chris is happy to call Towson and Maryland home.

Megan Byrd
Coordinator, Marketing and Social Media
(410) 704-5727

Megan manages Student Activities' branding, where she coordinates marketing and social media strategies for the myriad of events presented by the office each semester.  In addition, Megan advises the Student Activities Marketing (S.A.M.) team, a group of student employees who specialize in various skill sets including graphic design, videography, photography, blogging, event planning, and web/social media management. Megan and the team work together to manage the Student Activities identity, create and disseminate promotional materials, monitor social media and online platforms, offer marketing support to various on-campus departments, obtain media footage at live events, and act as Student Activities' brand ambassadors during various functions.

Megan is a Maryland-native and grew up in Harford County. She earned her B.A. in Mass Communications from Salisbury University. After graduating, she acquired experience and various skill sets working in web development, online marketing, secondary education, and event planning.

Jackie Fulop

Coodinator, Campus Programming

(410) 704-2411


Graduate Assistants

Maggie Behlen, email:
Graduate Assistant

Taylor Darden, email:
Graduate Assistant

Brian Edwards, email:
Graduate Assistant

Samantha Hauf, email:
Graduate Assistant

Brittany Kauffman, email:
Graduate Assistant

Stephanie Kiefer, email:
Graduate Assistant



Office of Student Activities

University Union, Room 217
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-3307
Fax: 410-704-2219


Why do we promote and encourage involvement?

  • Chances to meet new people - more likely to remember the people in your organization than your classmates

  • Develop leadership skills - including teamwork, organization, and time management, event planning

  • Chances to stay on campus - you won’t get the full college experience if you go home right after class

  • Find activities that compliment your major - there’s a club for almost every program on campus

  • Earn better grades - students involved for at least 15 hours/week are more organized and can prioritize time better

  • Build your resume - employers are interested in well-rounded students, not those with only academic achievements

  • Students pay $68 per semester for student events – you might as well use that money!

  • HAVE FUN!  When you look back at your college experience, you’ll remember what you did at night and on the weekends more than anything else



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Closings & News
410-704-NEWS (6397)

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