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COOKIES & PRIVACY
The Division of Student Affairs, including student and career programs, is preparing our students to respond to the life challenges of the twenty-first century, as leaders and collaborators. Your support will allow us to attract and retain talented students from diverse communities including military and veterans, enhance student wellness and provide students in all majors with access to high-impact experiences such as internships, career network-building and other real-world opportunities.
For more information about the opportunities for giving and to support the Division of Student Affairs, please contact Todd Langenberg, Associate Vice President, Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supporting the Career Center and Career Advising is important for our students’ and recent graduates’ professional success. Mastering the art of the interview, creating impressive resumes, developing a professional image, finding internships/experiential learning opportunities, career mentoring and readiness coaching and one-on-one career counseling, all help students prepare for and discover their career paths.
- Internships/Experiential Learning Opportunities- We build relationships with employers and connect them to Towson’s 23,000 talented and motivated students, opening doors and providing opportunities for businesses and students alike, through real-world learning opportunities. Opportunities abound as we build strong professional networks and offer on-campus networking and recruitment events.
- Career Mentoring and Readiness Coaching- One-on-one career counseling, self-assessment tests and online resources help students discover their career paths. The Tiger Mentor Network connects TU alumni with students and offers relevant career advice, career exploration and professional networking.
Student Leadership Development
Supporting TU’s Leadership Development Programs helps students identify and build skills and experiences, critical to ensuring leadership success. Gifts to leadership development and student programming benefit classroom, co-curricular activities, residence halls and Greek life.
Student wellbeing is at the core of student success. For young adults to thrive in an academic environment they must be ready to learn and excel physically, mentally and emotionally. The new Office of Student Wellness will include Campus Recreation and the Health Center and Counseling Center and will coordinate programming for all parts of campus–caring for the minds, bodies and souls of our students.
Military and Veterans Center
Recognized as one of the “top military friendly universities,” TU’s Military and Veterans Center (MVC) promotes a safe and like-minded community for members of our armed forces, through personal growth, career development opportunities and in-school support. Support from donors extends the Center’s programming and outreach efforts to ensure our veterans, and reservists receive the support they deserve and have earned.
The NEW Academic Commons
Housing the Writing Center, Mathematics Tutoring, general tutoring services, and flex space for support like “pop-up” career services and undergraduate research, this newly envisioned and highly visible space in Cook Library brings student support services together in one location and sets the tone for the exciting and collaborative work that will take place there.
“This is one of the reasons I want to get into academia. We need to be represented in the space for the change to occur.”
Steffi Wilson ’12