Our talented employees carry out diverse functions ranging from plumbing to payroll,
campus safety to computer support.
Mission & Values
A&F employees are committed to supporting Towson students, faculty and staff with
a focus on service and transparency. Watch this video to learn more about our deep
connection to our mission and values.
The Administration & Finance Team advances the university’s mission by providing exceptional
customer service and fiscally-responsible stewardship. We work collaboratively to
develop and leverage TU's human, financial, technological and physical resources,
enabling our students, faculty and staff to work, learn and grow.
- Diversity - We create an environment that encourages, supports, and values differences.
- Transparency - We take responsibility for keeping students, faculty and staff well-informed.
- Respect - We treat people equitably, with dignity and respect.
- Integrity - We are accountable for our conduct.
- Collaboration - We develop working relationships across all levels of the organization.
- Service - We keep our customers satisfied by anticipating and meeting--often exceeding--their
Administration and Finance Commitment to Excellence (ACE) Awards are given annually
to one exempt employee, one non-exempt employee and a group of employees who go above
and beyond their normal work responsibilities to improve the campus. Winners for 2019
will be announced in December. The 2018 winners are:
- Auxiliary Maintenance Assistant Director Nick Gingue won the exempt category for leading
the team that transformed the TU Marriott into The Residences at 10 West Burke Avenue
in just 46 days.
- Print Services Supervisor Chuck Conjar won the non-exempt category for mastering the
intricacies of a new sophisticated production printer and redesigning TU’s complex
financial aid packages.
- The Thanksgiving Outreach team consisting of Travis Bell, Jason Hicks, Phillipa McQueen,
Pam Mooney, Shari Preston, Hassan Sanda and Jermaine Vaughn won the group award for
their BTU partnership with Empowerment Temple Church. The group provided transportation
to more than 175 homeless men and women so they could have a special Thanksgiving