|An in-person tour is just one of several ways to see the campus of Towson University.|
TOWSON, Md. (July 26, 2012)—From historic Stephens Hall to the brand new College of Liberal Arts building, from the Towson Center Arena to the University Union, there is plenty to see at Towson University.
And if you’re a curious prospective student or an incoming freshman or transfer student eager to learn the lay of the land, Towson has you covered.
The university’s campus comprises 328 sprawling acres of residence and dining halls, academic buildings and green space. Features like the new West Village Precinct, with 700,000 square feet of student housing, dining and gathering space, and the glistening Center for the Arts, with multiple galleries and performance venues, all contribute to a campus that is as beautiful as it is communal.
And whether you live nearby or halfway around the world, there are multiple ways to experience it.
Come to campus
In the area? Towson provides individual on-campus tours and information sessions on weekdays throughout the summer. The 90-minute walking tour journeys through classrooms, residence halls and Towson’s rolling green hills.
Even more importantly, it gives visitors the chance to connect with a current student and learn firsthand about life on campus—from the best dining options to helpful shortcuts to Towson’s most popular student hangouts.
Reservations are required, and visitors are encouraged to dress comfortably and check the weather forecast before arriving. Group tours are also offered beginning in September.
Take a virtual tour
Unable to make the trip to campus? Towson offers users an online virtual walking tour experience, complete with a helpful tour guide, maps, video galleries, and relevant details and panoramas for each building on campus.
Download the TU mobile app
Available for both Apple and Android devices, this free app provides users with a virtual, 360-degree campus tour, not to mention photo galleries, an interactive campus map, and real-time weather and sports information.
For more information about the Towson campus, visit www.towson.edu/visitus.