Academic Advising Center

Student Academic Advisers (SAA)

Sometimes there are questions that you may not want to ask your adviser like:  "Can you help me figure out my Academic Requirements Report" "Is this really a hard course?" or "What happens if I turn in an assignment late to my chemistry professor?"

You can get the answers to those questions and more from students who have been through the TU experience already. These SAAs are upper class Towson students who are specially trained to assist students with their advising questions

We provide students with quick, accurate information about courses, General Education requirements, and Core Curriculum Requirements.

You can meet with a student academic adviser in the Academic Advising Center Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Student advisers are specially selected and trained upper-class students.

Major: Biology
Minor: Psychology
From: Dominican Republic
Graduation: May 2014

I am bilingual and I am involved with URG and LASO.

Major: Art History
Minor: Ancient Mediterranean Studies and English
From: Monkton, MD
Graduation: May 2015

I am deeply involved with the South Asian Student Association here at Towson, and love performing Bollywood dances with my friends and fellow club members at campus events!
Major: Accounting
From: Garden City, NY
Graduation: May 2015

As well as being a Student Academic Adviser, I am a member of the Towson University Rugby Football Club. This Fall I will be studying abroad at the American University of Rome
Major: Marketing and E-Business
From: Ethiopia
Graduation: May 2016

I am an artist. I love painting and exploring different forms of art. I also enjoy self-improvement projects and events that allow me to communicate and work with others.
Major: English
From: Howard County, MD
Graduation: May 2015

On campus I am involved in Student Government and the Honors College.
Major: Spanish and Psychology
Minor: Family Studies
From: Dundalk, MD
Graduation: May 2016

I absolutely love talking with others, and I plan to become a guidance counselor after obtaining my degree.
Major: Information Technology
Graduation: May 2017

I love working with computers and I also love sports. I want to become a FBI agent when I get out of college.

Major: Mass Communications
Minor: Communication Studies
Graduation: 2017

I am a member of the Homecoming Committee and Club Field Hockey and work with New Student Programs 

Majors: Mass Communication & Information Systems
Graduation Date:" May 2017

I'm the associate webmaster for Towerlight newspaper. I'm also member of  AAF. Things I love to do: smile, listen to music, and create websites. 

Major:  Sociology/anthropology and criminal justice.  
Minors: Political Science, LGBT Studies
Graduation: 2015

I am currently the President of In the Life an LGBTQIA+ group for people of color and their allies. I am also heavily involved with diversity on campus

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Major:  Business Administration with a concentration in Management.
From: Frederick, MD
Graduation: May 2015

As well as being a Receptionist in the Advising Center, I'm also a Student Consultant in the College of Business and Economics.

Major: Psychology
From: Bowie, MD
Graduation: May 2016

I enjoy helping people, working with children and I also have a great love for dance!
Major: Business Administration / Marketing
From: Putnam Valley, New York
Graduation: May 2015

I am a sister of Alpha Omicron Pi and love being involved with all of Greek life here at Towson.
I also really enjoy fashion, traveling, the beach, and the Fall.
Major: Double in Electronic Media & Film and Mass Communications
From: Odenton, Maryland
Graduation: May 2016

Outside of school and work I’m constantly watching movies, reading the news, and making movies and snapping pictures of my own. I hope one day to do documentary work for an online publication. I also currently play on the ultimate frisbee team, go Hammertime!

Major: Psychology and Family and Human Services
(Services to Children and Youth track)
From: New Carrollton, MD
Graduation: May 2016

 I am involved in the You Got Mail club on campus which is dedicated to writing letters and sending care packages to local cancer packages to uplift their spirits. I am also involved in Half The Sky, a feminist collective group to spread awareness about child trafficking and social injustice done against women. After graduation, I plan to enroll in a Psy. D degree program to become a Clinical Neuropsychologist.

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Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-2472
Fax: 410-704-4020




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