Clubs and Organizations

Academic and Professional Organizations

Actuarial Science and Risk Management Club

Our club represents the Actuarial Science and Risk Management program within the Department of Mathematics at Towson University. We work to promote the program to new students, as well as provide academic support and networking opportunities to current members. You are not required to be in the program to join the organization. Please email our contact, William Logan, with any questions about the club or if you are interested in receiving organization emails.

American Advertising Federation
TU Box 4000

The American Advertising Federation is the only national association encompassing and representing all aspects and disciplines of the advertising industry.

American Choral Directors Association
TU Box 4025

The mission of the ACDA is to promote excellence in choral artistry. Through student involvement in educational activities (including rehearsal observations, conducting opportunities, and social events) the organization seeks to supplement the choral curriculum at Towson University. 

Association of Towson Composers
The Association of Towson Composers has been established to focus the concerns of the music composition students at Towson University.  The Association serves as a collective voice in affairs that concern all student composers. The ATC is a collective body made up of all students enrolled and working toward degrees in composition through the music department at Towson University.  The ATC has no size limit and membership is automatic upon acceptance into the composition degree program of the music department.

Economics Society

The Economics Society is a society for Towson University students who are Economic majors, considering enlisting in the major, or just interested in economics.  Our purpose is to create a closely-knit network for people interested in Economics while providing them with academic, professional, and social activities.  We wish to build up interest and camaraderie among economics students, and to make available resources that will help you get the most out of the department’s offerings.  We meet at least once a month throughout the semester.

Graduate Student Association
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) upholds the mission of academic excellence at Towson University and provides a vehicle for graduate students to express their needs, concerns, and ideas.  The GSA provides grants year-round to help defray costs for graduate students who wish to pursue research, attend a conference, or give a presentation.  Graduate students are encouraged to apply for these grants.  The GSA represents graduate student views on various university-wide committees, and distributes a newsletter that addresses various topics specific to the graduate student.  Graduate student fees fund the GSA, therefore all graduate students automatically become members.  The hope is that the automatic membership status will help encourage active participation in this organization.  Visit the GSA website (listed above) for the list of social events and meetings.

Molecular Biology, Biochemistry & Bioinformatics (MB3) Club                                                                                                                               

National Association of Future Doctors of Audiology
NAFDA is an organization for graduate students enrolled in the doctor of audiology program.  We aim to educate students about the field of audiology outside the classroom, and help build relationships between students and faculty/professionals in the field. 

National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association 
NSSLHA aims to educate students about the field of speech-language pathology outside the classroom, as well as help build relationships between students and faculty, students and professionals, and students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program. NSSLHA also offers numerous service events for its members, which help raise money for departmental scholarships and the TU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic.

Nursing Students Association

Burdick Hall
This association sponsors workshops, seminars, and social activities for students planning careers in nursing.

Philosophy Forum

Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
The Forum discusses and debates topics of philosophical interest, publishes an annual journal, helps organize the Fall Colloquium and the Spring Undergraduate Student Conference, brings guest speakers to campus, runs a film series, and takes trips to relevant social and cultural events.  It is a great opportunity for philosophy majors and minors as well as anyone interested in philosophy to further develop ideas, character, and social, academic, and professional networks.

Pre-Law Society
The Prelaw Society offers opportunities to students to learn about law schools and to become involved in discussions about legal and constitutional issues. Speakers and area law schools' admissions officers are brought to campus by the organization to discuss appropriate topics and to offer advice and answer questions about law school entry. Students who are interested in writing about legal or constitutional issues, whether they intend to pursue law school or not, may be interested in joining the staff of The Prelaw Society Journal.

The Psychology Club/Psi Chi
The Psychology Club is open to all students interested in the academic, professional, social, and community-related aspects of Psychology and the helping profession at large. 
Society of Professional Journalists
The Society of Professional Journalists is an organization for students interested in careers in any form of journalism. The organization works to connect students to the professional world as well share our experience with others interested in journalism fields.
Speech and Debate Team

TU Box 4047                                                                                                

This organization offers competitive and educational opportunities in public
speaking and debate. Members represent TU in competition against speakers and
debaters from Cornell, Georgetown, West Point and hundreds of other schools.
The team organizes on-campus speech events, public debates and tournaments.

Sport Business Association                                                                                                                                                                             
TU Box 4067

This organization's purpose is to promote, stimulate, and encourage study, research, scholarly writing and professional development in the area of sport management both theoretically and in applied aspects.

TU Criminal Justice Student Association                                               
The CJSA pledges itself to further the pursuit of intellectual, scholarly, and/or professional interests relating to the areas of criminal justice and criminology among students at Towson University, as well as to further general awareness of these areas of study among Towson University students and the community at large. To this end, the CJSA shall provide a means through which students with a strong interest in criminal justice and criminology may share information related to those interests, as well as provide opportunities to engage in activities in support of those interests.   Membership is open to any student currently enrolled in Towson University with a strong interest in criminal justice, criminology, and the criminal justice system, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, physical handicap, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or political affiliation.
Wall$treet Investor's Investment Club
TU Box 4088                                                                                                                                                                              
A popular student group in CBE, the Wall$treet Investors Investment Club offers students an opportunity to apply classroom concepts in real-world investment through managing a portfolio presented annually to the TU Foundation. “The Broker,” a stock simulation game, and a trip to the New York Stock Exchange are signature activities that allow students to gain more knowledge about the finance field.





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