Effective 8/28, Towson University is CLOSED indefinitely as an ETS Testing Center
due to ETS policy changes. Testers scheduled for GRE exams should contact ETS for
new testing arrangements. This change does NOT impact any LSAC sponsored exams such
as LSAT or MPRE. These exams will continue as scheduled.
Registration and Testing Location
Registration is processed through the testing companies. Towson University does not
process registration, changes or cancellations.
Testing is conducted in the College of Liberal Arts Building. Parking is available directly
across from the building and is free on weekends.
Street Address for Liberal Arts Building
College of Liberal Arts (Google Maps)
251 University Ave
Towson MD 21204
If your admission ticket shows 8000 York Rd, 8000 York Rd is the address of the entire
campus. 251 University Ave is the specific street address of the College of Liberal
Room assignments are not provided in advance. All students should report to the 2nd
floor east lobby to receive their room assignment.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE: The College is Liberal Arts is not affiliated with the national testing program.
Please do not contact them for information. We also ask students who choose to do
a test run before test date to be respectful as the building is an active learning
Towsontown Boulevard and University Avenue
Which Building Entrance to Use
Only one entrance will be open on test day. This will be located on the east side
of the building facing the Towsontown Garage. The entrance will be marked with a sign.
Where to Park
All testers are strongly encouraged to park in the TowsonTown Garage.
Saturday Testers: Parking is free on Saturdays. You may park in any space not marked
Monday Testers: For the June and July LSAT exams held on Mondays, you must purchase
a visitor's permit from the pay station. You may park in any commuter space. Parking
Services will cite cars that do not pay for parking. Neither LSAC nor National Testing
office can assist with citations.
Towson University offers the LSAT in Digital Format as well as the MPRE in paper format.
Testing accommodations on national standardized exams are available for test takers
with disabilities by special arrangement. Accommodations must be approved by the appropriate
national testing service beforehand. Towson University does not approve or process
accommodated testing requests.