Register for classes using Towson Online Services or in person. To register, you must be enrolled at Towson and have a NetID (account).
Contact the Office of the Registrar/Records and Registration with questions concerning registration. The office is located in the Enrollment Services Center, Room 223. The hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. You may also call 410-704-2701 or e-mail RecordsandRegistration@towson.edu with questions.
All undergraduate students are required to meet with their advisor prior to registration. Advising hold flags can only be lifted by the adviser. Contact the Academic Advising Center at 410-704-2472.
Graduate Work by Seniors at Towson University
Seniors at TU may register for a maximum of 6 units of graduate study (500 level courses recommended) if they meet the following criteria: 1) the graduate courses must be in excess of the units required for the bachelor’s degree; 2) the student submits to the Registrar's Office, in advance of registration, an email request to RecordsandRegistration@towson.edu specifying the graduate courses requested; and 3) the student maintains a 3.00 or higher cumulative GPA. Payment for the courses is separate from that of undergraduate courses taken in the same term and is at the graduate tuition rate. The courses may be transferred later to the student’s graduate record; however, successful completion of courses does not guarantee admission into the program. Permission to take a graduate course is also pending approval by the department/instructor that the Registrar's Office will solicit once the request is made by the student.
Some graduate programs require students to meet with their advisor or program director prior to registration. If there is an advising hold on your account, please contact your program director. If you are unsure who to contact, please see the list of graduate programs for the graduate program director's information.
If you are not currently pursuing a degree at TU, you will need to enroll as a non-degree student before registering for classes.
All undergraduate students are asked to declare a major
during their initial registration to assist advisors in
proper placement of courses. Those who are not sure which
major they wish to pursue will be designated as ”undecided.” Students who wish to add, change or drop a major or minor
must complete the Change of Major/Minor Form.
Graduate students wishing to change their program must contact the University Admissions Office at 410-704-2113 to complete a new application for their intended program. Previous applications to other programs cannot be used.