The following programs and resources provide academic, social and transition support for underserved students and promote exchanges and dialogue between individuals of diverse backgrounds and identities.
This is not an exhuastive list as the CSD strives to meet the needs of all students regardless of their identiy or background, please reach out to us at DiversityWorks@towson.edu for questions.
The African American Student Development Program (AASD) supports, promotes and enhances the intellectual, academic, social and personal development of African, Afro-Caribbean and African American students.
The Asian, Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern and Desi American Student Development Program (APIMEDA) offers programming and activities that focus on creating dialogue and awareness around issues pertaining to the APIMEDA and diaspora communities.
The Religious and Spiritual Coordinating Council strive to promote understanding and appreciation of religious and spiritual diversity and serve the wellness and needs of the campus community
The Latine/x Student Development Program works to recruit, engage, retain and graduate students from Latine/x backgrounds and to ensure their academic, sociocultural, personal and professional success.
We know it can be challenging to balance the demands of a job or family while pursuing your education. TU is committed to your success as a Mature or Non-Traditional Student. We offer a number of services and resources tailored to your needs.
The Sexuality and Gender Diversity Student Development Program provides events, education and resources for a diverse population of students that includes Tigers from various sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions, abilities, races and ethnicities.
TU is committed to its undocumented, immigrant and DACA students and has dedicated itself to ensuring all members of the TU community can thrive and achieve their potential.