If you are applying for admission to Towson University as an incoming freshman or transfer student, you may receive consideration for a scholarship from the Office of Admissions. The Office of Admissions awards these merit-based scholarships without regard to financial need, and with priority given to the earliest applicants for admission. Although you may not need a separate application for these scholarships, you must complete your admission application, and provide transcripts and test results by December 1.
You can also use our Scholarship Seeker to search for additional scholarships.
The state of Maryland offers scholarships and grants to Maryland residents who have financial need or merit , or a combination of both. Most programs require the completion of the FAFSA by the March 1 deadline. For more information about state of Maryland programs, visit the Web site.
Towson University will not award or disburse a combined total of federal, state, institutional and/or private scholarships that exceeds a student's cost of attendance unless all of the funding comes from a private external source. The cost of education is a standardized budget including tuition, fees, room, board, and allowances for indirect costs such as transportation and personal expenses. Whenever a student's total aid package exceeds the cost of education, the Financial Aid Office will adjust or reduce aid offered by the university.