Community Programs

Hawkins Hall

TU TESOL Conference

Join Maria from “Sesame Street” at this free conference on April 22 to learn strategies to support the needs of Maryland’s pre-k through grade 12 English learners and their families.

TU TESOL Conference 
April 22, 9 a.m.– 2:30 p.m.
West Village Commons

COE TUtors

Through the COE TUtors program, Towson University College of Education provides a network of well-prepared tutors to support the academic needs of Maryland students across grade levels. 

Educators Rising Maryland

Educators Rising is a national organization for aspiring teachers and their mentors. Towson University’s College of Education was selected by the national office as the Maryland affiliate for Educators Rising in the state.

Reading Clinic

The TU Reading Clinic helps families and participants develop literacy skills for learning and enjoyment.

Training and Immersion Classroom

Supporting family well-being and the ongoing learning and development of children and their caregivers.

TU Teacher Scholars Summer Institute

(A collaboration with Baltimore County Public Schools)

Eleventh-grade students in BCPS schools are invited to apply to the College of Education's four-day, on-campus session to experience TU resources and learn about careers in teaching.

University Child Care Center

A nature and the arts early childhood program on the beautiful campus of Towson University.