Student Leadership

Leadership development is a cornerstone of the Towson University student experience. Towson University believes that leadership is not about being in charge; it is about your integrity, your self-awareness, and your vision for creating change well beyond the classroom.

Doc shows students how he leads at TU!

TU has developed many leadership experiences designed to develop civically engaged and self-aware students who possess the skills necessary to create positive change not only in the Towson community, but in the greater global community as well. TU is an ideal setting for students to grow as individuals and leaders.

The Division of Student Affairs proudly presents the Initiatives for Leadership Education and Development (i L.E.A.D.). This certification provide students with opportunities to develop the skills necessary to be exemplary leaders in the community.


2018 Treat Yo Self Conference

Our leadership conference this year is a one-day program that focuses on renewing your leadership journey and practicing self-care. There you’ll identify your personal values and strengths, identify your leadership philosophy, and have a cohort of new connections!


We hope that you join us by applying via this link:

All applicants will be notified if they’ve been accepted to attend by April 4th, 2018. So, the deadline for applying is April 1st, 2018.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to the office and/or Brandy Hall, Assistant Director of Leadership, at


New students (First year & Transfer)

Complete Strengths Assessment

  1. Navigate to the StrengthsQuest OS website.
  2. On the Login page, click New Account below the Register heading. 
  3. Incoming students will receive an introductory presentation at orientation.

The StrengthsQuest assessment is online and will take approximately 30-minutes (more time is available to accommodate all students). After you have taken the Clifton StrengthsFinder, you will receive a customized report that lists your top five talent themes, along with action items for development and suggestions about how you can use your talents to achieve academic, career, and personal success.