The Office of Student Conduct & Civility Education at Towson University is committed to educating students about their role as members of the Towson and greater Baltimore communities. Through marketing campaigns, participation in educational workshops, and facilitated conversations, Towson students are empowered to think beyond themselves and understand how their actions affect their future, the lives of others, and their surrounding environments.
Below, you will find a list of topics presented by our office. If you have specific topic ideas, please contact our office by emailing studentconduct AT_TOWSON and we will do our best to work with you on developing a presentation that meets your specific needs.
Presentation Topics for students, faculty, and staff:
The Civility in Action Workshop is a two and a half hour program used as a sanction for students who have violated policies that impact the community. The purpose of this sanction is to expose students to the concept of civility as it relates to Towson University and the greater community. Through interactive activities and discussion, students explore their role as a responsible citizen within our community and the impact that their decision making and personal conduct has on the university community.
For questions regarding the workshop you are assigned to, issues accessing the post workshop assessments, or questions about the Civility Action Plan please email studentconduct AT_TOWSON.
Please click the link below for instructions on how to complete your Civility Action Plan. Action plans are due one week after your attendance at the Civility in Action Workshop.