Buildings are where we live, work and learn. These recently-completed projects support our growing campus and continue the TU legacy.
The StarTUp at the Armory is TU's vibrant center for business engagement and outreach. Combined with TU's office space at 401 Washington Street, it's the community's front door to Towson University.
TU's new home of scientific research and discovery opened in spring 2021. The Science Complex supports 21st century science instruction on campus, and makes classes more accessible to all students.Learn more
The South Campus Athletic Fields renovations offer new spectator stands and other amenities to provide equitable playing conditions for TU athletes, Special Olympians, community camps and more.Learn more
Glen Dining is now complete with touch-screen ordering, six new dining options, and an open-air design. The eatery is open for use.Learn more
TU's new field hockey complex boasts a water-based, carpet-style playing field which provides better conditions for athletes and enhances playing capacity. The complex is the Tigers' new home in South Campus.Learn more
The former TU Marriott has been transformed into student housing known as The Residences at 10 West Burke Avenue. The building opened in August 2018 with 200 beds for students transferring into TU.Learn More
A completely transformed Residence Tower opened in August 2018, boasting a new exterior, new room layouts and loft-like community space.Learn More
The installation of underground cables and upgrade of BGE feeders to improve power service in Towson is now complete.Learn more
A bigger, better Burdick Hall has emerged—after three years of construction—to the delight of the Towson University community.Learn more