At Towson, you'll find the academic resources you need to succeed.
Never underestimate the value of good advice. At TU, we take this to heart. Our advisers help you to choose your major, plan a program of study, improve your study skills, connect with internships, integrate research into your studies, get into graduate school, and even find a career.
As a first step, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with Towson University’s academic policies.
The Academic Advising Center coordinates advising at Towson University and manages the First-Year Experience (FYE) program.
You'll find tutoring and study skills workshops at the Academic Achievement Center. Career guidance and personal counseling are among the many services offered at the Career Center.
There are many resources available to help you succeed academically. You'll get the advice and support you need to make the most of college.
- Albert S. Cook Library
- Counseling Center
- Disability Support Services
- Disability Support Services Testing Services Center
- International Student & Scholar Office
- National Testing
- Reading Placement Testing
- Mathematics Placement Testing
- The Writing Center
Technology touches every part of your life at Towson. The Office of Technology Services (OTS) provides technology information, training, resources and support.
The Office of the Registrar serves undergraduate and graduate students, faculty members, administrators, alumni, and the general public in the areas of registration, grades, records and transcripts, re-enrollment, inter-institutional registration and national exchange programs, veteran's benefits, and graduation.
Commencement day is a time when you, your family, your guests and the university will all celebrate your academic success. For helpful resources pertaining to commencement please visit Commencement.