Towson’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.
There is no better way to get to know Towson University than to see our beautiful campus for yourself. We look forward to your visit. If you can’t make the trip to campus, take our virtual tour for an overview of the TU campus.
Look for the following landmarks on your next visit to campus:
Dedicated in 1936, the Glen Arboretum is a treasured campus and community resource located adjacent to Smith and Van Bokkelen halls. Many of its structures were first created in 1933 through a Works Progress Administration Grant.Learn More
Stephens Hall, easily identified by its clock tower, is one of the signature buildings on campus. Constructed in 1912 when the state of Maryland purchased 80 acres in Towson, Stephens Hall was originally the Administration building. The Stephens Hall Theatre now hosts dance, opera, music, theater and Asian arts performances.Learn More
Towson’s International Walkway celebrates the rich diversity of the campus and features illuminated flagpoles flying international flags that represent the home countries of students attending Towson.Learn More
The Albert S. Cook Library, with a general collection of some 600,000 books, 150,000 e-books, 1,200 print journal titles and more, provides students with the resources to support their academic coursework. The Library’s Special Collections and the University Archives include rare books, Babylonian clay tablets and the largest Judaica book collection in the southeast.Learn More
The Commemorative Garden provides visitors with a peaceful place for contemplation, inspiration, reflection, hope and renewal. Located behind the University Union, the garden is open to faculty, staff, alumni and the greater community.Learn More
The Trees of Towson Walking Tour offers a 30-minute tour focusing on the native and exotic trees that line the campus. Centuries-old beech trees are among the highlights of the tour.Learn More
Tiger Trails is a series of walking and running trails located throughout the campus, designed to promote fitness for staff, faculty, students, alumni, and community groups. There are four routes; most trails begin near Burdick Hall.Learn More