Towson Fund A Project of Towson Fund

What is the Towson Fund?

The Towson Fund has influence on every aspect of campus. That includes scholarships, faculty research, residence halls, and Towson's impact on the community at large. The Towson Fund supports the overall growth and long-term future of our university, and gives its supporters a direct stake in that future.

How Can You Help?

With a gift to the Towson Fund, you help the University address its area of greatest need. Your generosity helps students receive financial aid, makes the campus life experience better for all our students, allows for faculty recruitment, retention, and research, and makes you part of the growth process for Towson.

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Supported by 693 Donations:

  • David R.
    EMF Dept - Associate Professor
  • Linda L.
    Linda L. '93
    I Gave $50
  • Gail G.
    Gail G. '77
    I Gave $50
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  • Oluwatobi  O.
    I Gave $20.15
  • Joseph O.
    I Gave $100
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  • Brenda J.
    Brenda J. '83
    I Gave $100
    This gift is in support for higher learning for the future students at TU. I hope this gift helps!
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  • James and Susan D.
    I Gave $50
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  • Elizabeth H.
    I Gave $100
  • Arlene W.
    I Gave $100
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  • Leonard W.
    I Gave $250
    Leonard Wantz
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    Anonymous '15
    I Gave $100
    Thanks for the Golden ID program.
  • Jane P.
    Jane P. '82
    I Gave $500
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  • Mary B.
    Mary B. '79
    I Gave $100
    Mary Bourland likes TU!
  • Robin C.
    Robin C. '74
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