Community Engagement Projects

The Office of Civic Engagement and Social Responsibility has established partnerships with departments on campus and organizations in local communities to connect Towson University (TU) students with activities that contribute to community-identified projects and deepen students’ academic and civic learning. 

By participating in these community engagement opportunities, students develop their civic agency, enhance their intercultural knowledge and create a pathway to engage in long-term civic action. 

Explore available hourly or short-term community-based learning opportunities on campus and in local communities. Please complete the Community Engagement Request Form to get connected to partner sites.  

The Office of Civic Engagement and Social Responsibility also provides long-term community engagement opportunities, including the Lutherville Lab Mentors program and the Social Action Collaboratory. Applications for both programs are available here in the first two weeks of each term.   

Track Community Engagement Hours

Track your community engagement projects on Involved@TU. Hours can be tracked in association with a student organization or as an individual. Involvements are reported on your Student Engagement Record.