Towson is home to over 200 student organizations, many of which are service-oriented.
To connect with one of these groups, browse the list below, find their profile on
Involved@TU, or meet them at Student Activities’ twice annual Involvement Fair.
Alpha Phi Omega is an international Service Fraternity that has more than 17,000 male and female
student members at 366 college campuses nationwide. Its mission is to prepare campus
and community leaders through service.
Best Buddies is a non-profit organization that focuses on providing one-to-one friendship with
people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Circle K is a community service organization that has numerous fellowship and leadership benefits.
Habitat for Humanity is a student organization that works to eliminate substandard housing in the Baltimore
Optimist Club is a volunteer group involved with many local organizations.
Project Lean On Us is a community service and mentoring organization for children (grades 1-3) and teenagers
(grades 9-12) at the St. Ambrose Center, in Baltimore.
Relay for Life plans the campus's annual fundraiser to find a cure for cancer.
Community Ambassadors assist The Office of Civic Engagement & Social Responsibility
by building community through service and programs with neighborhoods in the Greater
Sisterhood is an organization comprised of women, working to build awareness of community, cultural,
political and other issues that affect women and society.
TigerTHON is a 12 hour Dance Marathon held at Towson University each year. The group fund raises
all year long, with all proceeds benefiting the Children's Miracle Network at the
Johns Hopkins Childrens Center.
Young Adult Cancer Support (YACS) empowers young adults at Towson in the fight against cancer through support and service
so that no student has to face cancer alone.