The Office of the Provost provides the support and resources for an environment grounded
in respect and inclusion where students, faculty, and staff can engage in learning
and teaching, scholarly research and creative work.
FACULTY FAQs REgarding Covid
Faculty FAQs Regarding COVID-19
Faculty FAQs Regarding COVID.
At Towson University, almost 23,000 students are enrolled in a wide array of undergraduate
and graduate programs. Our faculty is committed to excellence in teaching, and their
scholarship, research, and service are exceptional. We take great pride in the fact
that all of our faculty is engaged in teaching as their primary commitment at their
university. Moreover, the faculty is supported by a dedicated staff committed to student
Melanie Perreault, Ph.D., the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, leads the Office of the Provost and is responsible for the oversight of all academic
programs and services. The Office of the Provost staff is committed to working together with other university administrators, faculty, staff,
students and community to carry out Towson University’s mission, academic priorities
Provost Appearance Form
If you are planning an event that advances the academic excellence of the university,
you may request the provost’s participation by filling out the Provost & Executive
Vice President Event Participation Form.
Please Submit the Form at least 30 days prior to your event date.
Initiatives and Priorities
We foster inclusive environments where students and faculty can engage in learning
and teaching, scholarly research and creative work, and pursue opportunities for civic
and ethical leadership.
Our faculty are an important and vital part of all we do. We take great pride in
recognizing their achievements in teaching, scholarship, research, creative activity,
public service, and mentoring.
Diversity Initiatives and Resources
The Office of the Provost enthusiastically supports the university’s diversity and
inclusion mission and vision. Dedicated resources and initiatives promote success
by fostering environments grounded in respect and inclusion for all members of TU’s
Faculty Academic Center of Excellence at Towson
Faculty Academic Center of Excellence at Towson (FACET) will become a centralized
hub for Towson University’s faculty across all ranks and titles, whose programming
and support for the faculty will encompass teaching, scholarship, community and quality
of life. This faculty development center is designated as one of the top presidential
View more information: https://www.towson.edu/provost/initiatives/innovation/mentor.html