Incoming students should complete the tasks outlined on the TU in Northeastern Maryland To-Do List.
Please note that TU in Northeastern Maryland has its own required orientation program for new transfers. Incoming TU in Northeastern Maryland students should not register for or attend the orientation programs for Towson University main campus students.
Review the information packet (PDF) before your transfer program (orientation). Transfer programs are held in January for spring transfers and in either July or August for fall transfers.
Students are encouraged to bookmark the digital version of the TUNE Student Handbook & Planner Supplement (PDF). Physical copies are also available at the main reception desk.
Towson University in Northeastern Maryland students have access to many of the same academic resources offered on the main campus in Towson including library services, research assistance, writing support, academic coaching, workshops, and more. The building has a full-time Academic Support Coordinator to facilitate these services and provide customized support to meet the needs of all students and faculty.
Academic workshops are held on a weekly basis during the fall and spring terms.
Please review the schedule of courses at TU in Northeastern Maryland for the current academic year:
For more information on How to Register for TUNE Courses (PDF).
Students must submit a Transfer Petition Form to receive permission to register for a course at another institution. This form can be found on the Office of the Registrar’s Forms page. Certain restrictions are outlined in the instructions on the form.
Students with financial aid packages should also contact the Office of Financial Aid at 410-704-4236 to ensure that their award will not be affected.
Towson University in Northeastern Maryland (TUNE) partners with Harford Community College and follows their closing decisions in the event of inclement weather and emergencies. TUNE does not follow closing decisions made for the main Towson University campus.
In the event of closures or emergencies, all TUNE faculty, staff and students will receive a message to their TU email address.
Submit the Emergency Notification Form to sign up for text alerts about weather or emergency closings at TUNE. You can also add a TU email or personal email on this form.
Textbooks and most other required course materials are available at the TU in Northeastern Maryland UStore. Supplies, drinks, snacks, Towson clothing and accessories, and convenience items are also available. Students may order their course materials or apparel online and have it delivered to the TU in Northeastern Maryland UStore free of charge. For further information, please call the TU in Northeastern Maryland UStore at 410-704-8050 or the main desk at 410-704-8863.
TU in Northeastern Maryland offers a café that is open Monday through Thursday during lunchtime hours (typically 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.). The café will be closed during the winter and summer terms. The menu includes sandwiches, soups, salads, yogurt parfaits, personal size pizzas, chicken tenders, nachos & cheese, French fries, and hot dogs. Outside of café hours, beverages and other food items are available in the bookstore and in the vending area.
All full-time TU in Northeastern Maryland students may gain access to Harford Community College’s fitness facilities by presenting their TU OneCard student ID.
The Library and Learning Commons at TU in Northeastern Maryland offer students full access to library services. Students have immediate access to electronic journals, books, and articles as well as physical access to a small print collection in Suite 202. The Academic Support Coordinator is the representative at TU in Northeastern Maryland and is available to assist students, faculty, and staff. Please visit the Academic Resources Web page for additional information including TU in Northeastern Maryland library hours.
Parking is free at TU in Northeastern Maryland. No permits are required.
However, vehicles parked on the main campus in Towson must display a valid permit or be parked at a paid meter during peak hours. Please review the Parking & Transportation Services Web pages for further information if you plan to visit the main campus.