Courtney Cox

Maryland areas served: Howard County 
Out-of-state areas served: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Puerto Rico, South Carolina 

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Courtney Cox

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Phone: 410-704-3385

Something people might not know about TU.
If you're a dancer who loves hip hop or contemporary styles, you've probably heard of Monsters Dance and their awesome conventions.  The creators of Monsters Dance are husband and wife, Andy and Becky Funk. Both are proud TU alumni with degrees in Health Science, Mass Communication & Communication Studies with backgrounds in dance. The perfect combination of Towson education and personal drive helped the Funks jump start their own business, and you can do the same!

How my student experiences prepared me for my job.
The greatest decision I made as freshman at TU was to step out of my comfort zone in order to make new friends. In my first year, I attended a Diversity Retreat (now known as the Retreat for Social Justice) and LeaderShape. Both retreats helped me develop a better understanding of myself, my values, and my influence as a leader on campus and in the community. They opened my eyes to the world around me and allowed me to create a solid foundation for my future goals.

My advice to anyone who's applying.
Don't be shy, we want to learn more about you.  Do not hesitate to share your extracurricular activities.  We like to see students who are engaged in their community and involved in various activities or clubs at school!

Why I work in admissions.
If it weren't for my college years, I would not be who I am today.  I was very involved on Towson’s campus as a student.  During my undergraduate years, I was an active member and President of the Latin American Student Organization (LASO), a member of the Student Government Association (SGA), Sigma Delta Pi - Spanish Honor Society, and various other organizations. All those organizations helped me discover my passion for diversity and my commitment to serving others. When I worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Center for Student Diversity, I realized that my dream was to work in higher education, serving students and their families. Working in admissions is my way of giving back to the institution that best prepared me for a great career. 

 

Why Choose Towson University?