Towson University welcomes those who have served in the military.
Start your TU journey.
We encourage you to visit campus and take a campus tour. Contact the Military and Veterans Center to arrange a personal campus tour or connect with other veteran students. Get in touch with a counselor or the department for your planned major and ask tough questions. Check out the area and see why Baltimore is one of the top college towns in the country.
When you’re ready to accept your offer of admission, just complete the following steps. We look forward to seeing you.
To officially accept our offer of admission, please follow the instructions in your admission packet that was mailed to you. Submit your Enrollment Contract and nonrefundable $300 enrollment fee to University Admissions by May 1 for fall admission, or the specific date on your admission letter for spring admission. This is a one-time fee to secure your spot in the incoming class and is not credited to your bill. If you have any questions, please contact University Admissions at 410-704-2113.
If you’ve been admitted to the Honors College, make sure to notify them of your intention to join at honors AT_TOWSON or 410-704-4677.
To apply for GI Bill Education Benefits, you must call the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and speak with a Veterans Benefits Counselor at 1-888-GI-BILL-1 (1-888-442-4551) or visit their website. The site contains a wealth of information about the education benefits administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
In order to get certified for your GI Bill education benefits, you must email, fax or mail your Certificate of Eligibility or NOBE (Notice of Basic Eligibility) and Declaration of Intent Form (PDF) to Towson University's Veterans Affairs office at Towson University, Veterans Affairs Office, 8000 York Road, Towson, MD 21252-0001, email veteransoffice AT_TOWSON, fax 410-704-2537, or call 410-704-3094.
If you are a Vocational Rehabilitation Veteran, Towson University needs only a valid purchase order (VA Form 28-1905).
If you know what you want to study, it’s important to determine if it is a screened or competitive major as admission to TU does not guarantee admission to some programs. Screened or competitive majors have additional guidelines beyond the general admission requirements for TU; the requirements may include auditions, prerequisite courses or minimum GPAs.
Contact the major department or consult the Undergraduate Catalog for more information on screened or competitive majors. Knowing these requirements in advance will prepare you during the enrollment and registration process.
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