Your Admissions Counselor: Alyssa B. Perez
I love meeting students and their families.
Whether I'm helping out at a high school's college day or participating in a huge NACAC fair with thousands of prospective student filing past Towson's table, I truly enjoy hearing students' stories and getting them excited about the college search process.
We feel like a much smaller school than we are!
Towson really feels like a very tight-knit community. Although we have more than 21,000 students on campus every day, you wouldn't be able to tell that we are the size of a small town unless you are in the stands during a football game. I always find myself saying "Hi!" to co-workers and students while eating in downtown Towson or at Five Dollar Fridays in the West Village Commons.
E-mail your admissions counselor and introduce yourself.
We love hearing from you and getting to know you, so please don't be shy. This should be a fun process and you should want to be in control of it. Don't rely on guidance counselors, parents, or others as you work on your application – trust yourself. And definitely visit campus before you make a final decision. You are deciding where you want to make your home for four years so take the time to visit campus and see how you feel wandering around the area.
The best thing about Towson is the people who come here to work, learn and live.
Every day I meet someone new who has a unique story to tell or a point of view that I have never considered before. Every person I run into on campus has been warm and inviting and as a new member of the community I felt instantly welcomed.
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