Life at TU

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Student Academic Advisers

Sometimes you may have a quick question about course requirements or want to check on your progress toward graduation. You might like a peer’s perspective about your academic program or need help understanding a university policy. Student Academic Advisers are available to answer those questions and help you prepare to meet with your faculty adviser. Just stop by the Academic Advising Center in the Lecture Hall to talk with a Student Academic Adviser—no appointment necessary.

Student LIFE Line

Have a question about TU? An answer is just a phone call away.

  • LIFE Line is a telephone line created to answer your questions about the university.
  • LIFE Line is staffed and ready to assist callers 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, you can leave a voicemail message, and you will get a response the next business day. The LIFE Line number is 410-704-LIFE (5433).

Campus Safety

The Towson University Police Department is a law enforcement agency that provides a full range of both police and security services to the university community. University Police are committed to delivering the highest-quality policing and public safety services 24 hours a day, every day. The department is located in the General Services Building, 20 W. Towsontown Blvd., across the street from the entrance to Burdick Hall. If you ever have an emergency, just dial 410-704-2133.

In accordance with the guidelines established by Towson University and pursuant to federal law, all current and prospective students may request and receive a copy of the Towson University Annual Campus Security Report (Clery Report). Copies of the report may be obtained from the Towson University Police by visiting the department in person, by calling 410-704-2505, or online at the University Police website.

University Police Escort Service

The university maintains an escort service that operates during the hours of darkness while school is in session. Walking and riding escorts provide point-to-point service. Please call 410-704-7233. You may also contact the University Police via campus emergency blue light telephones to request an escort any time of the day.

Emergency Blue Light Phones

Towson University has installed blue light emergency phones around the campus should the need arise to contact the police. Crime prevention should be the concern of each individual and the entire community. To report a crime or other campus emergency, call 410-704-2133 (4-2133 from any campus phone) immediately.

Smoke-Free Campus Policy

Towson University is the first four-year university in Maryland to be entirely smoke-free. All buildings and exterior grounds owned or operated by Towson University are designated as smoke-free, including athletic stadiums and practice fields, parking garages and open spaces.

Towson’s smoke-free policy aims to reduce the health risks associated with exposure to second-hand smoke and ensure that all members of the campus community have access to clean air. For those who wish to quit, the Dowell Health Center provides free smoking assessments and smoking cessation and education classes in partnership with the Baltimore County Department of Health. Free nicotine replacement therapies are also available through the Dowell Health Center.

For more information on the smoke-free policy, visit the Smoke Free web page.




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