Towson Learning Network Off-Campus Programs

School-Based Programs

Anne Arundel County

The Towson Learning Network (TLN) works in partnership with the Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) to provide programs and courses that focus on the goals of the school system and the professional development needs of employees. We offer Master’s degrees as well as Post-Baccalaureate Certificates (PBC). A “PBC” is a degree that provides evidence of expertise in an area but requires about half the credits that a Master’s degree does.All courses are offered off campus in local AACPS schools at reduced tuition rates. The following cohort programs are offered:

Information Sessions

Information sessions for cohort programs are held jointly by Towson University and Anne Arundel County Public Schools prior to the start of any cohort. These sessions, which are publicized by AACPS, include information on the admissions and registration process as well as information on tuition and reimbursement.

Admission to Graduate Programs

Students who are interested in applying for school-based cohort programs use the Towson Learning Network Graduate Application. Application instructions are sent out by TLN to interested students after the school system partnership agreements are finalized.

Tuition, Reimbursement and Fees

If the school system has entered into a "direct-bill" agreement with Towson University, the school system will be billed for tuition costs associated with the cohort programs; however, students accepted into a cohort program are responsible for a non-refundable, non-reimburseable contract fee. In some circumstances students may receive a tuition bill from the Bursar’s Office. This bill must be paid by the due date. Unpaid bills will be assessed late fees and after 90 days will be sent to a collection agency. Students may seek reimbursement directly from their school system.

• The school system will not pay for tuition if students receive a grade that does not meet the school system’s reimbursement requirements, if they receive a grade of I (incomplete), or FX. In these cases, students will be responsible for the non-refundable, non-reimbursable closed contract fee and tuition.

• The school system will not pay tuition if students exceed their reimbursable credit limit. Students who exceed their school system’s reimbursable credit limit are responsible for the closed contract fee and reduced tuition.

• If a school or school system does not have a "direct-bill" agreement with Towson University, students’ tuition will not be paid by that school system, and the students are responsible for the closed contract fee and tuition.

• Tuition and processing fees are subject to increase. Students will be billed directly for the non-refundable, non-reimbursable processing fees by the Bursar’s Office for each course in which they are registered. A late fee will be assessed if the bill is not paid by the due date.

Grades and Transcripts

Students who need copies of grades and transcripts for reimbursement purposes may receive them through Towson Online Services. Requests for official transcripts are handled through the Registrar’s Office.

Anne Arundel County Public Schools Contact Information

Judy Beiter


Office of College/University Partnerships




Towson Learning Network
Administration Building, Room 210 (map)

Phone: 410-704-7700
Fax: 410-704-4250

Primary Classroom

School system employees who enroll in programs as part of school system partnerships usually pay less than $250 for each course.



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