TU in Northeastern Maryland

Towson University in Northeastern Maryland offers transfer students the flexibility to pursue a four-year degree after they complete an associate’s degree at a community college. Located on the grounds of Harford Community College, the building offers state-of-the-art classrooms, labs and educational resources.

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Fall 2021 Announcements

All students, faculty and staff attending TU in-person for the fall 2021 semester are required to follow the University System of Maryland and Towson University's vaccination policy and are required to wear masks in all University buildings and other locations as prescribed.

We’ve developed a unique approach to earning your degree AND saving money, all while staying close to home. Through innovative partnerships with Maryland Community Colleges, transfer students in northeastern Maryland are offered the flexibility to pursue a bachelor’s degree after completing an associate’s degree.

Tune Building Exterior

One-on-one TUNE Tours are now available!

Tours of Towson University in Northeastern Maryland are now available on select weekdays. Click here to register for a tour of the TUNE facility. 

Coming Soon! Health Care Management Major

TU in Northeastern Maryland (TUNE) will begin offering the Health Care Management major in the fall 2022 semester.

To learn more about the major, please visit the College of Health Profession's page on the Health Care Management Major.

Further information about the coursework and transfer requirements can be found in the 2+2 articulation agreement (PDF) between Harford Community College and Towson University.

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Faculty Testimonial
Mark T. Jacobson

Mark T. Jacobson

Lecturer, College of Science & Mathematics

"Students and faculty could get spoiled here! ... [TUNE is] a very positive learning environment. The Administration and staff are always there for the students."