Are you registered to Vote
Towson University students, faculty and staff can register to vote using TurboVote, regardless of their home state or county.https://towsonu.turbovote.org/register
Freedom Square is located in the heart of Towson University’s campus under the Lecture Hall.
The mission of Freedom Square is to provide a forum for the campus community to express and deliberate issues of civic concern. The space shall be a haven for freedom of expression and speech, in addition to encouraging an atmosphere of critical thinking and debate.
Freedom Square is not only a place designed to encourage critical thinking outside of the classroom, it is also a popular place for students to hang out on campus. Stone benches are placed throughout the square so students can work on homework, hang out with friends, relax, and have those thoughtful conversations. Freedom Square is a joint effort between the Office of Civic Engagement and Social Responsibility and Towson University Student Government Association.
Many TU clubs and organizations also reserve the space for events throughout the semester.
In accordance with Towson University’s Tabling Procedure, student organizations may reserve tables to sell approved items, to raise funds for the organization, to distribute information, to promote events, and to recruit. Only student organizations and University departments may use a table to circulate petitions or collect signatures on petitions. Student organizations and University departments may not reserve a table on behalf of an individual, group, business or organization not affiliated with the University – even if it is part of a fundraising effort by the student organization or department.
The purpose of this space is to engage TU students, faculty, and staff in civil discussion, broaden individual perspectives, and raise awareness about current events and social, economic and political issues. Any misuse of this site will not be tolerated. All student users of this space will be held to the Towson University Code of Student Accountability.
Towson University supports the right of University Students, faculty and staff to engage in protected speech and assembly, including demonstrations, marches, picketing, leafleting and protesting (Expressive Activity) in Public Areas. The Policy on Time, Place, and Manner establishes guidelines to assure that expressive activities do not unreasonably disrupt University Operations, violate the protected speech activity of others, endanger the safety of others or risk destruction of University property.