Let us show you Towson University. Visit us for open house or a graduate student tour and see for yourself why our students choose TU.
Please join us for our next Graduate Studies Open House on Feb. 29, 2020.
Founded in 1866, Towson University is recognized as one of the nation's best regional public universities, offering more than 100 bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences, and applied professional fields. Visit us for an open house or campus tour to learn more about our graduate programs.
General Graduate Studies open house programs are offered each spring and fall. Some programs also offer program-specific open houses. Check the program web page for information on program-specific events. At our university-wide open houses, you can explore our 80+ graduate programs and speak one-on-one with graduate program representatives, current graduate students, University Admissions staff, and other university representatives. Campus tours are also offered.
The best way to see everything that Towson University has to offer is to come for a graduate student campus tour. In addition to touring our beautiful campus and academic facilities, we'll show you where to study, eat, work-out, park, shop and more. Our walking tours last approximately 60 minutes, so wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately for the weather. Reservations are required in order to receive a confirmation and parking permit, which will be sent to your email address of record.
If you would like to tour the facility for a specific graduate program, please contact the program director. Some programs offer individual tours of their facility by appointment, and others offer group tours on a set schedule.
In the event classes are canceled, all campus events will be canceled. Towson University will post closing information on the TU homepage. Notification will be sent to guests registered for canceled tours.
If you require reasonable accommodations for disability support, please contact University Enrollment Marketing at 410-704-4696 at least two weeks prior to your visit.