In order to prepare our students to be actively engaged as culturally competent citizens, Student Activities enriches the Towson experience by:
Beth’s area includes Leadership Development programming. LeaderShape, Lead TU, Towson University Leadership Consultants and the Spring Leadership Conference are just a few examples of the opportunities available within the Office of Student Activities.
Beth is originally from Needham, MA. She earned her BA in Psychology from University of Maryland, and her MS in Higher Education from Indiana University. She’s worked at Lehigh University in Greek Life and Leadership, and at University of Maryland in Jewish Student Life. She has been working for Towson University since 2009 and for the Office of Student Activities since June 2011.
Corinne works with Project Serve, the Tigers Serving Others Learning Community, Adopt-A-Campus, Service Fairs, and Alternative Breaks Connections, and those are just a few examples of community service programs from her office. She also coordinates TU’s largest day of community service, The Big Event, which is held in April. Corinne is excited to work with students as well to find them individual service opportunities.
Corinne is originally from Boonton, NJ. She received her B.A. in Applied Mathematics from Towson University. She received her M.S. in Higher Education & Student Affairs from Indiana University. After receiving her B.A., Corinne served as the Towson University AmeriCorps*VISTA Service-Learning Coordinator. She has been working for the Office of Student Activities since August 2011.
Any questions for SGA budgeted organizations would be
directed to Pat. She handles all finances for student
organizations. At treasurer's workshops, organizations are
told that her door is open at all times to help in any way
Joyce P. Herold, Ed.D.
Kathy is originally from Troy, Ohio where she graduated from Troy High School. She and her family currently reside in Bel Air, Maryland. She has been with Towson University since 2008 and with the Office of Student Activities since June 2011.
Liz spends the majority of her time in OSA advising the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and assisting them with their events throughout the year. Additionally she coordinates the Friday Night Live program, TU After Hours, and other weekend programming initiatives on campus. If you have questions about planning an event, a contract, or getting involved in programming feel free to drop by and set up a time to talk!
After spending 18 years in New Jersey, Liz attended Cornell University where she graduated in 2009 with a B.S. in Industrial and Labor Relations. She completed her M.A. in Higher Education and Student Affairs in 2011 from The University of Connecticut and made the move to Maryland two weeks later to continue working in Student Activities at Towson University.
Chris works with training and supporting student organizations and student organization advisors. This includes managing Involved@TU, coordinating Involvement Fairs and the Student Group Summits. Chris also advises the Homecoming and SGA elections committees. Chris loves talking with students about how to bring their ideas and dreams into reality. Whether it’s helping students start a new group or figuring out how to leave a positive paw print on campus, he’s always glad to help.
Chris has spent all of his years growing up in New Jersey where he attended The College of New Jersey and received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. After graduation, Chris made his first move out of state for graduate school at Florida State University where he received his M.S. in Higher Education. Now on his second move, Chris is happy to call Towson and Maryland home.
Dirron D. Allen
Dirron is originally from Woodbridge, VA. He received his B.S. in Sport Management from James Madison University. He received his M.S. from Mississippi State University. After receiving his M.S. he worked for Temple University for 2 years and came to work for Towson University in Campus Recreation Services. He has been working for the Office of Student Activities since February 2008.
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