Student Success Programs

At Towson University, the success of our student population matters. From encouraging personal and academic development through mentorship to providing a family-oriented community, Student Success Programs are dedicated to serving TU students.

Students are supported as mentees and also serve as mentors through the many TU Student Success Programs.

SAGE students

Students Achieve Goals Through Education

Students Achieve Goals through Education (SAGE) program is one component of Towson University's cultural diversity and student retention plan, fostering academic achievement, personal development, and campus-wide involvement among entering students from diverse backgrounds.

Learn more about SAGE
Students in the College Readiness Outreach Program

College Readiness Outreach Program

College Readiness Outreach Program (CROP) connects 9th through 12th grade students who attend Maryland Public High Schools, with TU students who serve as facilitators, mentors, and tutors to provide a series of college readiness workshops both in-person and virtually.

Learn more about CROP
male student on campus

Man 2 Man

Our Man 2 Man group is another Student Success Programs providing a space for students who identify as men of color; where they can share their thoughts and feeling about any relevant issue, connect and be supported by peers and staff/faculty who also hold these identities.

Learn more about Man 2 Man
first generation students on campus

Generation One

Our Generation One group is a Student Success Program that provides space, workshops, and activities for first generation students to network, share experiences, and become engaged members of the TU community.

Learn more about Generation One

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Tramell Anderson

Administrative Assistant II



Contact Information

Student Success Programs

University Union
Room 343
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.