At Towson University, you’ll find the academic resources you need to succeed.
You can find resources to help you to choose your major, plan a program of study, improve your study skills, connect with internships, and even find a career. From first-generation students to commuters, you’ll get the support you need to make the most of college.
The Academic Advising Center coordinates advising and provides guidance for undergraduate students throughout their academic career. This office also manages the First-Year Experience (FYE) Advising Program.
The dates for the fall, winter, spring and summer terms as well as university holidays are listed on the Academic Calendar.
TU's Athletics Academic Support unit provides advising, counseling, leadership, supervision, monitoring, tutoring, and other services to student-athletes.
The Career Center provides one-on-one career counseling, self-assessment tests and online resources to help you discover a career path, master the art of the interview, create an impressive resume, and develop a professional image for a competitive edge.
The Albert S. Cook Library offers a variety of resources to support your learning and scholarship. Our collection includes over 600,000 books, 190 electronic databases, and access to 50,000 streaming videos and over 50,000 electronic journals.
Information about programs of study is published each year in the Undergraduate Catalog and Graduate Catalog. Students can view class schedules and register for classes by logging into Towson Online Services. Read more about Courses & Catalogs.
Disability Support Services provides individual services and facilitates accommodations to students with disabilities. The Testing Services Center offers offers extended time, reduced distraction testing spaces, computers and other assistive technology, as well as readers and scribes, as appropriate.
The Honors College provides a challenging curriculum to meet the unique academic needs and interests of honors students through exceptional faculty mentors and advisers, social and cultural activities, service-learning and study abroad opportunities, and professional development.
TU is a National Testing site for various standardized exams, such as the GRE and LSAT.
New Student & Family Programs oversees orientation programming for all first-year and transfer students.
It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with Towson University’s Academic Policies & Procedures Affecting Students.
The Registrar’s Office serves students in the areas of registration, grades, records and transcripts, re-enrollment, inter-institutional registration, national exchange programs and graduation.
The Students Achieve Goals through Education (SAGE) program offers a variety of social and academic activities and support. You can also request a SAGE mentor.
You can explore new cultures, broaden your view of the world, and earn credits toward your degree when you choose to study abroad. There are more than 800 programs available, around the world.
The Office of Technology Services provides technology information, training, resources and support.
The Towson Opportunities in STEM (TOPS) program is a unique opportunity available to incoming freshmen majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at Towson University. Selected students may qualify for scholarships and other benefits.
The Transfer Mentor Program assigns a mentor to help you explore the many opportunities available at Towson University.
The Tutoring & Learning Center coordinates tutoring, supplemental instruction, peer-assisted learning sessions, academic coaching, study groups, study skills workshops and reading placement testing.
Contact the Military & Veterans Center to get information about VA education benefits, tuition assistance and financial aid.
The Writing Center provides support to all members of the TU community, including undergraduate and graduate students.