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Towson University’s vibrant campus life revolves around the clubs, organizations and activities that you can join to explore new interests, meet new friends, connect with new ideas, and have fun. With more than 280 groups to choose from, you’re sure to find a group that’s right for you. You can even start your own!
Find out about our student organizations through Involved@TU. You’ll find contact information, social media links, meeting times, upcoming events, and information on how to join. Groups are organized in the following categories:
Students can join an academic or professional organization related to their major to gain professional experience and contacts.View list
Arts organizations encourage, support and enhance arts and cultural activities through dance, design, music, photography and more.View list
Cultural organizations celebrate, positively portray and inform students of diverse cultures across campus.View list
Fraternities and sororities support a learning community that inspires students to become involved outside of the classroom through Brotherhood and Sisterhood, a sense of community, character development, academic initiatives, leadership development and service opportunities.View list
Graduate organizations provide graduate students with opportunities for academic growth, networking, and leadership development both inside and outside of the classroom.View list
Honor and recognition organizations recognize academic achievements and are committed to academic success.View list
Media and publications organizations provide students with opportunities to get involved in advertising, publishing, broadcasting and more.View list
Political organizations raise awareness about social issues, increase political literacy on campus, and serve as representatives of the undergraduate student population.View list
Religious and spiritual organizations provide students with the opportunity to practice faith and find spiritual growth through meetings, fellowship and more.View list
Service organizations connect students to volunteer opportunities in the Baltimore and Towson community.View list
Special interest organizations cover a wide variety of topics, and give students many ways to get involved.View list