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Freshmen complete this form to be scheduled for classes for their first academic term. Before you begin, we recommend that you review the
Core Curriculum course descriptions.
The professional advisors in the Academic Advising Center will register you for
your first term based upon your choices and course availability. The courses you
show an interest in are used as a guide to determine your class schedule,
however advisors will first consider prerequisites and requirements for your
intended major. For a list of majors offered at Towson University and the
requirements needed to complete a major, please click
Schedules will be created in the order received, so for the best selection of classes, submit your interest form early.
If you are not registered for all of your preferred courses, you can take them
in your second semester.
Questions? Chat with a Student Academic Advisor (Monday - Friday
8:30 am-4:00 pm) or send an email to
email@example.com. If you would like an advisor to contact you, please
include your name, email address, student ID number, phone number and the best
times you would prefer to be contacted.
are "works in progress" and may
change throughout the course of
the summer due to several
factors including; course
availability, AP scores and
math placement testing results.
Professional advisors create
schedules based on student
requirements for the Core
Curriculum and intended major.
Please note that course
availability is also a factor.
- You will
be receiving your final schedule
Freshman Orientation Program on
August 26. At this time you can
review your schedule with you
First Year Experience Advisor
(FYE) and discuss any potential
changes you may wish to make
prior to the start of the
academic essential changes
(incorrect placement level,
duplicate credit, change of
major) can be made
prior to your Orientation.
- All students
have the ability to make changes
to their schedules during the
first week of classes.