Campus Landmarks & Features

Towson University’s beautifully landscaped 329-acre campus features signature buildings and spaces that have become recognizable landmarks for students, alumni, faculty, staff and the greater community.

Campus Buildings

Stephens Hall

Stephens Hall

Stephens Hall, easily identified by its clock tower,  was constructed in 1912 when the state of Maryland purchased 80 acres in Towson. Stephens Hall was originally the Administration Building.

About Stephens Hall
Science complex exterior

Science Complex

The Science Complex supports scientific research and instruction with labs, classrooms, collaborative student spaces, lecture halls and an outdoor classroom. The heart of the complex is a multistory atrium.

About Science Complex
Outside the University Union

University Union

The Union is a hub of student activities. Inside you’ll find a 300-seat auditorium, movie theatre, campus post office, the Career Center, a food market with seven dining options, and the UStore.

About University Union
West Village commons at night

West Village Commons

A central gathering place for students living on the west side of campus, the Commons includes student housing, dining, the ticket office, meeting spaces and parking.

About West Village Commons
Outside of Cook library

Cook Library

Albert S. Cook Library is where you’ll get assistance with research, find spaces to study, and access books, journals and media resources. Special Collections and University Archives has digital collections, rare books, and historical documents and photographs.

About Cook Library

Burdick Hall

Burdick Hall houses the Campus Recreation Center, a 235,000-square-foot facility with cardio and weightlifting equipment, an indoor swimming pool, multi-purpose gymnasiums and activity courts, fitness studios and a functional training area.

About Burdick Hall
Center for the Arts

Center for the Arts

Explore the arts here. You’ll find art galleries, concert halls, dance studios, theatres, recording facilities, computer labs and more.

About Center for the Arts
Liberal Arts building

Liberal Arts Building

Home to the College of Liberal Arts, the building houses 11 academic departments, classroom and study spaces, and a cafe. The building is certified LEED Silver and includes a green roof.

Armory exterior

The Armory

The Armory is a state-of-the-art facility connecting TU workforce development and entrepreneurship programs with the Greater Baltimore business community.

About the Armory
Auburn House

Auburn House

The Auburn House serves as an elegant location for friend- and fund-raising events hosted by the president, the senior leadership team and the college deans. It has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.

About Auburn House






Outdoor Spaces and Features


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