The Sponsored Student Programs office has compiled this resource guide to help you succeed in your graduate, undergraduate and English language education.
Towson University offers both on-campus and off-campus living arrangements for students. Off-Campus Student Services offers a website that lists off-campus housing and roommates.
The following apartment complexes are convenient to campus:
Connect with affordable, and reliable childcare services available in and around Towson.
The Women’s Resources Program offers female centered services to address the unique needs of female students. It provides a space for all students to discuss issues of gender, offers leadership training for women, and helps women connect with mentors.
The Towson University Health Center provides health and wellness services for registered students including immunization services. The following health center information specifically pertains to international students.
Towson University’s Counseling Center is the source of personal counseling and mental health services on campus for students. Call 410-704-2512 or stop by the Counseling Center to arrange for a private meeting to discuss your concerns. Counseling Center services are confidential, and for most, free of charge.
A variety of faith communities are present on campus through support staff assigned to the University. Our campus ministers advise religious student organizations and provide personal ministry in counseling, theological discussions, and support students in other areas. Please find further information through Campus Ministries.
The Writing Center assists students of all levels to develop and organize their thoughts, sharpen their focus, and communicate their ideas more clearly and precisely. They support writers with any type of writing project, whether a PowerPoint presentation for a sociology class, a lab report for biology, or a resume for a summer internship. To make an appointment, please visit the Writing Center.
If you are a prospective student, applicant or current international student with a disability, you may request accommodations (support services include interpretation, closed captioning, assistive technology, para-transportation, etc.) through our Accessibility & Disability Services.
TU’s vibrant campus life revolves around the clubs and student organizations you can join to explore new interests, meet new friends, connect with new ideas, and have fun. With more than 200 groups to choose from, you're sure to find a group that's right for you.