Support During COVID-19
In response to COVID-19, Towson University is open with limited services. Although you can’t visit our office
in person, we’re still available during normal business hours by email, counseling AT_TOWSON.
If you would like to speak with a clinician, call 410-704-2512 and leave a message
and include your name, email address, phone number, and TU ID. A representative will
respond to your call or email as quickly as possible.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency call TUPD at 410-704-4444 or call
Faculty and staff may consult with the Counseling Center if they are concerned about
a student's mental health. You can reach us by phone or email (see above) during normal business hours. A clinician will contact you as soon as possible.
For information about upcoming virtual workshops on healthy coping and other topics,
please check our Mental Health & Wellness Resources for COVID-19 page.
While the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting every single one of us, the Counseling Center
wants to acknowledge the disproportionate toll it is taking on communities of color.
The crisis has highlighted and aggravated the longstanding and stark inequities in
access to healthcare and other resources. As communities of color cope with the economic
fallout of the pandemic, they are also grappling with heightened concerns about racialized
violence and higher rates of infection and death from the coronavirus. We have pulled
together resources that we hope might offer some additional support to our students of color as they
navigate the enormous challenges of a pandemic in a world already characterized by
severe racial injustices.