Division of Student Affairs

Please contact the Dean of Students Office, located in the Administration Building, room 237, by phone 410-704-2055, or via email studentaffairs@towson.edu. For assistance with student support and emergency needs (i.e., academic issues, emergency funds, FoodShare, bereavement)

The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs has moved to University Union, Room 331.

A Message from the Vice President for Student Affairs

Vernon J. Hurte, Ph.D., Vice President of Student Affairs
Vernon J. Hurte, Ph.D., Vice President for Student Affairs

Towson University is committed to ensuring that students not only fulfill their academic requirements, but also take the time to learn and to appreciate who they are and what they are capable of doing outside the classroom. The co-curricular opportunities offered at our university complement academic life on campus. They are designed to enhance social, cultural, ethical, physical, spiritual, and intellectual development.

The university is committed to the development of well-rounded students prepared to be leaders and active citizens at TU as well as in their communities upon graduation. The university’s commitment to students is obvious around campus based on the variety and number of events, programs and resources available. The Division of Student Affairs consists of 16 departments and 200 staff members dedicated to providing programs and services to enhance student learning and development.

If you have any questions or to make an appointment, contact:

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Impact Report 2020-2021

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About the Division of Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs fosters and celebrates student success. Read about our mission, goals and values. 

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