Dozens of Tigers are in Annapolis Tuesday. Here’s why.

The Towson University community meets with Maryland lawmakers as part of TU’s annual
trip to the state capitol.

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Annapolis officially becomes Towson University South on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Feb. 25, TU students, faculty, staff and alumni will join President Kim
Schatzel and other university officials in Annapolis for the annual Tiger Pride Day.

Tiger Pride Day — in its 21st year — allows members of the Student Government Association to meet with key lawmaking committees from the Senate and House to make concerns
known on a state level.

It also gives students and other members of the TU community a chance to network with
legislators and their staffers at a luncheon. Tiger Pride Day is open to the entire
Towson University community, but with a limit on how many can attend, students registered
in advance.  Buses depart campus at from Towson University in Northeastern Maryland
before 8 a.m. and return in the afternoon.

This story is one of several related to President Kim Schatzel’s priorities for Towson University: TU Matters to Maryland,  BTU-Partnerships at Work for Greater Baltimore, Lifelong Career Center, Diverse and Inclusive Campus, Culture of Philanthropy, Strategic Plan Alignment and TIGER Way.

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