In this statement, President James Fisher reflects on the 1969-1970 school year and the student activity that occurred. This PDF packet also includes policies related to the teaching of controversial topics, student participation in the November 1970 election, faculty responsibilities, and campus disruptions.
A special report issued after the killings of four students at Kent State University, an event which sparked student unrest at Towson State and schools across the country. The report details the events that took place on campus from Monday, May 4th, the day of the shootings, to Tuesday, May 12.
A booklet that describes campus policies related to campus demonstrations and other forms of student activism, including the suspension policy, the Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms of Students, and a summary of state and federal laws related to campus disturbances.
This website outlines Towson University’s current policies regarding student activism. The website includes information about Freedom of Expression at TU, offers several PDF resources for students, and outlines the creation of the Tiger Advocacy Advisory Team.