Towson University students have grown increasingly concerned with the environment and issues of sustainability. Various student organizations promote environmental awareness and conservation efforts, and students play an active role in developing plans to make TU a "green" campus.
The Office of Civic Engagement & Leadership sponsors the Eco-Rep program and annual programs related to conservation and sustainability. These programs foster environmental education and student enthusiasm for engaging students to become active citizen stewards for the environment.
Retreat for Environmental Action (REA)
Friday, September 30 - Sunday, October 2, 2016
The first annual Retreat for Environmental Action (REA) is an opportunity for TU students to:
- Deepen their understanding of ecology, environmental justice, and sustainability
- Connect with students & faculty who share their interests
- Develop action plans to help solve environmental issues
- Enjoy the outdoors
Where: TU Field Station (Transportation will be provided from TU)
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Each October, the university celebrates sustainable action and education during National Campus Sustainability Day. A range of programs, events, informational displays and giveaways help spread awareness of global sustainability initiatives and invite students, faculty and staff to take part in the campus' sustainability goals.
Friday, April 21, 2017
The annual Environmental Conference takes place each year and aims to raise awareness among students, faculty and staff about environmental topics, issues and solutions. For more information regarding the conference please visit the Environmental Conference page on our website.