Sam Chaplin

Sam Chaplin
 Admissions Counselor

Contact Information:
Email:
Phone: 410-704-4719

My advice to anyone who’s applying.
Get to know your counselor and get to know your campus! Your admissions counselor is there to help you, and we all know how stressful and taxing the college search process can be. We enjoy talking with our prospective students and helping them learn about Towson. Also, students often base their college decision on how a college 'feels' when they are there, so try and visit different campuses to see what feels right for you.

Why I work in admissions.
When I was in college, I worked at the admissions office as a student assistant. I loved that I had the opportunity to talk about my school with prospective students and share my passion for the college experience on tours. I wanted to turn that into a career, so it became very clear to me that I should pursue college admissions once I graduated.

Here’s what I love about Towson’s location.
There are so many things to do in Towson's vibrant community, whether it be great food, shopping, or outdoor activities. We also have the tremendous advantages and opportunities of being so close to a major metropolitan city, Baltimore. Towson's location can really provide something for everyone.

What I like most about my job.
I love getting to work around constant learning and young people that are finding their passion. I had no idea what I wanted to do when I went to college, and left with a clear path in mind. I appreciate that I get the opportunity to help students begin their college experience since I benefitted so much from my own experience.

 

Why Choose Towson University? 

 

 

Contact

University Admissions

Location

Enrollment Services Building 

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Campus Tours and
Open House Programs:
410-704-4696

Hours
Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Phone
410-704-2113
Fax
410-704-3030