Spring and fall 2020 applications are open. Fall 2019 is closed.
Towson University welcomes international applicants who hold or seek an F-1 or J-1 visa to study in the United States.
We encourage you to apply early, especially if you have international transcripts,
need previous course work assessed by a credential evaluation service, or plan to
apply for on-campus housing at TU. Admissions decisions are made within two weeks
of receiving all required documents.
|TOEFL||70 IBT with subscores of 17 (Towson code: 5404)|
|IELTS||6.0 with band scores of 5.5|
Old scale before 07/15/2019: 54
New scale after 07/15/2019: 105
|SAT||540 EBRW (Towson code: 5404)|
|ACT||21 English (Towson code: 1718)|
|IB||5 SL English|
|GCSE/IGCSE||C on O, AS, A level English|
|U.S. university coursework||C in college-level composition course from accredited U.S. institution|
|TU English Language Center (ELC)||TU ELC Level V completion|
Course-by-course credential evaluation by one of three approved providers.
Admitted transfer students will receive an admissions letter that will include the estimated number of approved transfer credits. After you accept the university's offer of admission, you will receive an official Evaluation of Transfer Credit. This evaluation is usually preliminary in nature and could be subject to change.
You must send your final transcripts to University Admissions at the end of your current semester. A final evaluation of transfer credit will be prepared when your final transcripts are received.
*NOTE: A maximum of 64 credits may be transferred from community colleges or other two-year institutions in the U.S. or abroad, while a maximum of 90 credits may be transferred from a four-year institution or combination of two and four-year institutions in the U.S. or abroad. A student’s final 30 credits must be completed at TU as an enrolled student.
Applying to Towson University’s Honors College is an opportunity for talented international applicants to challenge themselves through an innovative, elite curriculum focused on professional development and experiential learning. You will be mentored by TU's finest faculty members with individual attention and specialized advising designed to help you succeed in your personal and professional goals. Additional benefits may include scholarship support and access to the Honor’s Residential Learning community.
Mail all documents to:
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001