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Civic Engagement & leadership

  • Environmental Awareness and Sustainability
  • Political Engagement
  • Service Learning
  • Leadership
  • New York Times Talks

The Office of Civic Engagement & Leadership sponsors service-learning initiatives for faculty along with the campus newspaper program, monthly New York Times Talk lunches, an annual Environmental Conference and panels and debates on Freedom Square.

Civic engagement and leadership encompasses active citizenship, community involvement, advocacy, awareness of social issues and injustices, and the development of personal and social responsibility. Civic engagement requires students to involve themselves in society with the intent to better the world around them through leadership. We offer many opportunities for students, faculty and staff to practice civic engagement and leadership at Towson University.

Civic Engagement & Leadership
Administration Building, 2nd Floor

Phone: 410-704-2806
Fax: 410-704-3441

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Towson University is Nationally Recognized for Community Engagement

"We cannot change the world, but we can send at least 5,000 students a year into the world who know the power of human respect"

               -President Loeschke


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