Prospective Students

Each fall and spring terms, the program holds information sessions for interested individuals.

These sessions are geared towards applicants for the next application cycle. Attendees are encouraged to review the information on the Physician Assistant Studies (M.S.) website before attending a session. Please pay particular attention to “Frequently Asked Questions.” Since the sessions start promptly, please arrive on time. The program expects a large number of potential applicants to attend, and we are unable to repeat information that was presented before the applicant’s arrival.

If you have questions about the program or admission to the program please contact us at . We will, however, be hosting an information session via WebEx. To register please click the following link. See you there!

Upcoming Information Session for Fall' 22:

Tuesday, November 15th from 6:00-7:30 PM
Link: Registration link to attend 
Access Code: 2624 961 2811
Password: PAProgram

(Please note: the previous registration link is no longer active and you will need to register for the information session again.) 

The PA Program participates in the TU Graduate Open Houses. These events are typically in-person events. The next Open House will be held on Saturday, October 8th. The link to register will be available in September on the Graduate Open House link

Why the PA Program?

Reasons why our physician assistant program may be right for you:

  • the physician assistant field is one of the fastest growing professions in the country and our graduates are in high demand
  • students benefit from experienced faculty, excellent clinical instruction and superior teaching sites
  • the program has an excellent student-faculty ratio, which means greater interaction with faculty and more opportunities for discussion among students
  • the program has a 100% placement rate in competitive and high quality clinical settings for student rotations
  • Towson University’s program is affiliated with all of the major medical teaching institutions in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area including LifeBridge Health, Johns Hopkins HospitalGreater Baltimore Medical Center, MedStar Health,  University of Maryland Medical Center and St. Joseph’s Medical Center
  • students make a difference in providing much needed healthcare services to medically underserved and disadvantaged communities, as well as an ever expanding pool of patients from all social strata