Prospective Students

Honors College

Great Students, Great Minds   

The Honors College at Towson University offers academically talented and motivated students an excellent education. We provide a challenging curriculum to meet the unique academic needs and interests of our honors students.

Enrollment in the Honors College is not available to students who are pursuing second bachelor's degrees at Towson University. Students who join the Honors College must complete honors seminars at the main Towson University campus.

Exceptional faculty mentors and advisers; social and cultural activities; leadership, service learning and study abroad opportunities; and personal and professional development enrich the Honors experience.

Honors Housing is dedicated to students admitted to the Honors College who want a living environment that will help them pursue their academic goals. Honors College housing is located in the Frederick Douglass House, one of Towson University's newest residence halls in West Village. Living in Honors Housing has several advantages including a strong student community, access to in-hall classroom space, and an atmosphere conducive to study. You may mark this as a choice if you applied to the Honors College but have not heard about whether you are admitted. This community is in partnership with the Honors College and Housing & Residence Life.

Are you a prospective student or parent who would like to speak with a current honors student about the Honors College at Towson University? Our Honors Ambassadors are here for you!

 

 

Honors College
Stephens Hall, Room 302 (map)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-4677
Fax: 410-704-4916
E-mail: honors@towson.edu

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Dr. Jack Fruchtman is a professor of political science and Honors College faculty member. He also advises more than 100 students each year.

 

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