Latinx Faculty & Staff Association

The Latinx Faculty and Staff Association (LFSA) supports the development of a network of Latinx faculty, administrators and staff as well as encourages and promotes the participation of Latinx in all facets of Towson University.

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  • promote fellowship among TU faculty and staff of Latinx origin
  • facilitate the personal and professional growth of Latinx faculty and staff
  • support the university’s commitment to diversity to recruit and retain faculty and staff of Latinx heritage
  • advocate the needs and concerns of Latinx faculty and staff
  • collaborate with other cultural/civic/ethnic organizations within TU to promote common activities
  • serve as a liaison between TU administration and faculty and staff of Latinx origin
  • educate TU and Towson-Baltimore communities as well as communities in the region about Latinx issues
  • recruit and retain students of Latinx origin and provide an environment and opportunities to integrate them into the broader TU community

Executive Officers

Title Contact
Co-Chair, Faculty TBA
Co-Chair, Staff TBA

Meetings and Events

Join us for our LFSA Network Lunches! Topics change every month and are chosen from the members of the organization.  For more information and to be placed on the listserve please email !

LatinX Student Support

The Latinx Student Development Program works to recruit, engage, retain and graduate students from Latinx backgrounds and to ensure their academic, sociocultural, personal and professional success. We advocate for the Latinx community, encourage K-12 students to attend college, advocate for Latinx students to take on leadership and service roles, and nurture students’ during their adjustment to college life.

Looking for information about scholarships, eligibility and applications learn more by using Scholarship Seeker. If you have general financial aid questions contact the  or for more specific questions reach out to the .

The Financial Aid Office provides information for undocumented students looking for information about scholarships and financial aid.

The Latino Providers Network manages and coordinates a health and education community of over 70 organizations and 200 individual members that provide direct services to the Baltimore region’s Latino community.

Latino Providers Network

The Baltimore City Hispanic Commission researches and monitors issues and policies affecting Baltimore’s Hispanic/Latino population, and recommends legislative and policy solutions to the mayor, the city council, city agencies and other organizations.

Baltimore City Hispanic Commission

Contact Information

Latinx Faculty & Staff Association

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.