Towson University offers a wide range of services and resources that enhance college life for all students. You can take care of your housing, dining, health and business needs right on campus.
Accessibility & Disability Services provides individual services and facilitates accommodations to students with disabilities.
You can bank on campus at PNC Bank in the University Union and at the SECU Credit Union in West Village Commons. ATMs are located around campus.
The Bursar’s Office provides information on tuition and costs, billing, payment plan options, rebates and more.
If you’re looking for an internship, summer job or a full-time position after college, the Career Center is the place to start your search.
The University Child Care Center, located on campus, offers an educational program focused on nature and the arts for children ages two through five.
Choose from more than 300 clubs and organizations that bring together students with shared interests in the arts, sports, politics, Greek life, community service and more.
If you need access to multimedia equipment, computers or software for your courses, or just need technology support, contact Student Computing Services.
The Counseling Center offers individual counseling, as well as other services to students, including alcohol and drug abuse counseling. The Counseling Center's Meditation Room can be booked for individual or group sessions.
Information for prospective and current undocumented students is available, including immigration policy updates and financial aid options. See Frequently Asked Questions about DACA and the Dream Act.
TU students — residents and commuters alike — can choose from 18 dining locations on campus. No matter what time of day or night, you can always find something good to eat.
The Center for Student Diversity offers a variety of student programs and services designed to foster inclusion, collaboration and relationship-building.
The Student Emergency Grant Fund assists TU students who are experiencing an exceptional financial crisis that impedes their academic progress and success.
Paying for college is a big financial commitment. Our financial aid programs, from grants and scholarships to loans and student employment, help to keep a TU education affordable. Financial education resources are available to help students and parents navigate college finances.
The Food Insecurity and FoodShare Programs are resources for students facing food insecurity issues.
The Generation One program provides first generation college students attending TU with tailored mentoring and guidance to foster both academic and personal accomplishment.
The Health Center provides health and wellness services for TU students, ranging from physical exams and STD testing to acupuncture and massage. See all services. You can call or make an appointment online weekdays from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Health Center also offers health education programs and resources on sexual health, dating safety, wellness and more.
When you live on campus, you’ll join a community of students who enjoy living near the academic, social, athletic and cultural events that take place on campus every day. You can choose from nine Residential Learning Communities, including the Honors Community, Alcohol-Free Community and the Global Village.
International students will find guidance and resources at the International Student & Scholar Office.
TU offers a number of resources tailored to the needs of mature and non-traditional students who may be balancing the demands of a job or family while pursuing a degree.
Resources and services for veterans and students connected to the military are collected in one place at the Military & Veterans Center.
Your OneCard is your university ID card—used to access many university services. Pick yours up at the Auxiliary Services Business Office in the University Union.
Permits are required to park a vehicle on campus Monday – Thursday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can purchase a parking permit online through your eParking account. Different permit types are available to residential students and commuter students.
The Post Office, located in the University Union, handles incoming mail and packages for TU students.
Students have free access to all Campus Recreation facilities, including the fitness center, gymnasiums, pool and turf fields. You can sign up for group fitness classes, outdoor trips, intramural sports and more at the TU Campus Rec Portal.
The Office of Student Conduct & Civility Education enforces TU’s “Code of Student Conduct.”
You’ll find the University Store at the Union. It’s the place to purchase and rent textbooks, buy clothing and gifts, and even schedule repairs for your mobile device.
All eligible students can use TurboVote to register to vote, change their registration address, request a mail-in/absentee ballot, or receive reminders about upcoming elections. Visit Voter Registration & TurboVote for more voter information, resources and opportunities to get involved.