The following policies and procedures relate to undergraduate and graduate reenrollment for degree-seeking students only.
*Apply early if interested in financial aid or on-campus housing.
Undergraduate students who completed a bachelor's degree upon their last attendance at Towson University or another college are not eligible for reenrollment. You must submit a new application with the Admissions Office for a Second Bachelor's, Master's or Non-Degree program. Please contact the Admissions Office at 410-704-2113 or admissions AT_TOWSON to apply to a new program.
Graduate students who have officially left their program, been dismissed or need to change their graduate program are not eligible for reenrollment. Please contact the Admissions Office at 410-704-2113 or grads AT_TOWSON to apply to a new program.
Degree-seeking Undergraduate & Second Bachelor's students who did not attend TU for at least one Spring or Fall term must submit a reenrollment application along with a $25 non-refundable fee. Please
allow up to two weeks for processing.
Degree-seeking Graduate students who miss a full academic year (Spring & Fall term) or longer must also submit a reenrollment application along with a $25 non-refundable
fee. Please allow up to two weeks for processing.
Non-attendance for a term includes students who did not register or dropped all coursework during the add/drop change of schedule period.
Students who received "W" grades for all courses in a semester, do not need to reenroll for the following Spring or Fall term.
TU applicants who never attended and non-degree applicants are not eligible for reenrollment. You must complete a new application through the Admissions Office.
A non-degree application must be completed through the Admissions Office. A new undergraduate non-degree Enrollment Form must be completed following each stop in enrollment.
Students may be ineligible for reenrollment if they are not in good academic standing
at another institution. Please contact our office at 410-704-2007 or email reenrollment AT_TOWSON if you have questions about your academic standing.
Procedures for evaluating students with academic dismissals from other institutions align with the Admissions Office Policy for academic dismissals.
Official transcripts must be submitted from all colleges and universities attended since last registered at TU. Electronic transcripts sent directly from another institution are accepted. Please address transcripts sent via mail to:
Enrollment Services Center, Room 245
Towson, MD 21252
Submitting your transcript with the reenrollment application for registration purposes will allow you to be considered for conditional reenrollment. Once all your grades are posted, an additional official transcript must be submitted.
An official transcript is required to prove you are in good academic standing.
Transfer work will be posted once the final official transcript with grades posted is received.
It is recommended that you have an unofficial transcript when meeting with your advisor.
Undergraduate Students Only:
After being reenrolled, schedule an appointment with your advisor to discuss your remaining degree requirements & remove your advising hold to register for classes.
Graduate students can contact their program director to discuss degree requirements.
Your registration date & time can be viewed by accessing your account via the Student Services Center. Please visit the Registration & Courses webpage for more information.
Student Dashboards and TU emails become deactivated after 18 months of non-attendance.
Contact your academic department for help with the classes you need.
When a student misses one or more semesters their tuition residency eligibility must
be reviewed and re-evaluated. The USM Board of Regents establishes the in-state tuition residency requirements that govern Towson University’s residency policy. Please note that students must notify TU in writing within fifteen (15) days of
any change in circumstances, which may alter in‐state tuition residency status. The
Registrar's Office may request further documentation to verify in-state tuition eligibility.