|Barton and Douglass Houses||Glen Complex||Richmond Hall||Newell Hall|
|Prettyman Hall||Scarborough Hall||Residence Tower||Towson Run Apartments|
Towson University's residence halls are an eclectic mix of old and new architecture, traditional style layouts, cozy two-story and three story halls, high-rise towers, and an apartment-style complex for upper-level students. Housing options include: Global Village, Honors, Alcohol-Free Floors, STEM Community, American Sign Language and Tigers Serving Others.
All on-campus housing at Towson University is co-educational (co-ed) with women and men living in the same building and often on the same floor. In the vast majority of our co-ed housing, students are assigned to rooms/apartments by their birth gender with the assigned bathrooms also separated by gender. TU also offers a limited amount of Gender Neutral Housing where persons are assigned regardless of gender. Students must specifically request this housing option and it is space limited.
You will enjoy all of the modern amenities necessary to make your new home a comfortable place to live and one that will help facilitate your academic endeavors. Rooms are equipped with basic cable TV, high-speed Internet service, and a micro fridge unit. Towson Run apartments are equipped with full kitchens, including microwaves, and common living rooms.
All rooms are furnished with beds, desks, chairs, closets/wardrobes, dressers (except Newell and Richmond Halls), wall-to-wall carpeting, and blinds/drapes. In-house laundry facilities, lounges, study rooms, and vending areas are located in each hall. Pool tables, TV rooms, and pianos are also available in many of the halls. Air conditioning is provided in all halls except for Prettyman and Scarborough.