Note: If you are a TU in Northeastern Maryland (TUNE) student, please email TUNEMD AT_TOWSON for further information regarding orientation and other to-do list items specific to the Harford County location.
TU will communicate with you using your TU student computing and email account, also referred to as your NetID.
Second Bachelor’s students are not assigned an academic adviser. Please contact your academic department with advising and program-related questions.
If you have completed coursework that may transfer into your academic program, it will be posted after an evaluation has been completed by the department. Once credit has been posted, you may view your credit evaluation on your Towson Online Services Student Dashboard. Below are the steps you need to access your evaluation:
Open enrollment for undergraduates begins in mid-November for the spring term and mid-April for the fall term. Your enrollment confirmation email will include your specific date. Learn more about How to Register for Classes (PDF).
If your degree has not yet been conferred, please make arrangements for your previous
institution to send your official college transcript to University Admissions. The
official transcript must be sealed in your school’s official envelope and mailed to:
University Admissions, Towson University
8000 York Road, Towson, MD 21252-0001
Or send to: admissions_documents AT_TOWSON
New TU students must complete the university’s mandatory immunization requirements.
The OneCard is the official Towson University ID card. A OneCard account can be opened by bringing a picture ID (driver’s license, passport or state issued ID) to the Auxiliary Services Business Office in room 111 of the University Union.
You will receive notification via your campus e-mail when an eBill is available to view. View the eBill and Online Payment information provided by the Student & University Billing Office.
If you need to request disability-related accommodations, please visit Accessibility & Disability Services.