In order to create and issue I-20s, our office must have proof of financial resources for at least one year of studies at Towson University, as well as a Statement of Willingness indicating sufficient funding for the duration of studies. The ISSO can accept electronic copies of financial documents; we retain the right to request original financial documents under any and all circumstances.
The tables below show a breakdown of estimated costs and expenses for undergraduate and graduate students. Final rates for each academic year are approved and published in June. Up-to-date payment schedules, due dates and installment plans are available from the Bursar’s Office.
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Towson University offers a merit scholarship to new, qualifying international freshman and transfer students demonstrating a strong academic profile (fall applicants only). The maximum amount offered for this scholarship is $11,000 and is based on a competitive applicant pool. Students who complete their application to Towson University are automatically considered for this scholarship and are not required to submit any additional requirements to be awarded the scholarship. Please note, students who receive Conditional Admission at the TU ELC are eligible for the scholarship upon matriculation to the university.
Towson University is thrilled to participate in the #YouAreWelcomeHere campaign. This includes offering a #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship to international undergraduate applicants. The scholarship amount is equal to half of the cost of tuition, based on 2019-2020 tuition costs.
Towson University has extended the deadline for the #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship application until February 15, 2019. #YAWH applications should be submitted to intladm AT_TOWSON. This scholarship is only available for freshman international applicants who completed their education outside of the U.S.
Students who are awarded this highly competitive scholarship will be notified in spring 2019. Awardees will then need to pay the enrollment contract and accept the scholarship by May 1, 2019.
Graduate students who are admitted to Towson University and are in good academic standing are invited to apply for graduate assistantships. These competitive opportunities can help students gain valuable work experience and offset the cost of some or all of their tuition costs. For more information, please visit Graduate Assistantship.