Towson University has collaborated with Gallup to provide TU students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to learn about their strengths and how they can enhance their personal and academic aspirations.
Developing as a leader might be one of the most significant and important opportunities you will have as a student. Chances are you will have the opportunity to lead at some point in your life. Learning and emerging as a leader is a process that takes knowledge, skills and practice, and it requires you to be intentional in how you use your talents.
The StrengthsQuest assessment is online and will take approximately 35-minutes (more time is available to accommodate all students). After you take 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.
There are several StrengthsQuest Talent Identification sessions throughout the year. At the workshop you will have an opportunity to learn about your top five (5) strengths and how to utilize them when you are at Towson University academically, personally/socially, and professionally.
Please complete this form. After completing the form, a Strengths Team member will follow up with you to discuss your student organization/class presentation. The StrengthsQuest presentation will include an introduction to Strengths and Your Talents — 60 minutes.
Strengths-based organizations celebrate and honor each person's talents — and leverage them to build a better, more complete group. StrengthsQuest supports students to reach greater success and engagement by helping them understand their natural strengths to create a campus dynamic that welcomes, values, and leverages each student's talents.
StrengthsQuest can support your success and engagement as a leader at Towson University by: