Staff Senate

The Towson University Staff Senate (TUSS) is the advocate body for all university staff employees. Through its advisory role with the university administration, TUSS seeks to further the prominence of the university by promoting the value and talents of its staff employees.

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Homecoming Office Decorating Contest

TUSS is bringing back the Homecoming Office Decorating Contest! Offices may be decorated between October 10 and October 18. Judging will take place on October 19 between 9:30-12pm and winners announced at the TUSS meeting at 1p.

Register for the contest by submitting the form by EOD Friday, October 7. For questions, contact Keiwana Perryman at

As a result of strong campus-wide interest, the Towson University Staff Senate (TUSS) was formed by the president in 1993. Intended to serve as an advisory body to the president's staff on non-faculty matters, the senate offers all staff an opportunity to express ideas and concerns and provides a means for assessing campus opinion on important staff issues. It further means to act as a communication channel between the president and the university staff, and advise on matters relating to staff, the work environment, and, in general, the welfare of the university as a whole. 

TU Staff Senate Meeting Schedule

Have something on your mind? All TUSS meetings are open to the campus community and are held the third Wednesday of each month from 1-3 p.m.

Meeting Details
Meetings are held on Zoom.
Direct link:
Meeting ID: 987 0275 2003
Passcode: TUSSZoom

If you would like to attend in person, please email more than 48 hours prior to the meeting and information about the location will be provided to you.

2022-2023 Meetings

  • October 19, 2022
  • November 16, 2022
  • December 14, 2022 (date changed)
  • January 18, 2023
  • February 15, 2023
  • March 15, 2023
  • April 19, 2023
  • May 17, 2023
  • June 21, 2023


TUSS has several committees that are charged with accomplishing specific tasks.


Each TUSS member is elected from their respective division or classification, so that all areas of the university have representation.

questions? Concerns?