Student Services & Resources

Towson University offers a wide range of services that enhances college life for all students. You can take care of your housing, career, health and business needs without leaving campus.

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. All Towson students — residents and commuters alike — can choose from more than 18 dining locations on campus. No matter what time of day or night, you can always find something good to eat.

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. International students will find guidance at the International Student and Scholar Office. Resources and services for veterans and students connected to the military are collected in one place at Towson Universityto make them easier to find.

Health, counseling, disability, childcare and civility education resources are available to TU students at the Health Center, Counseling Center, Office of Disability Support Services, the University Child Care center, and the Office of Student Conduct and Civility Education.

If you need access to multimedia equipment, computers or software for your courses, or just need technology support, contact Student Computing Services. If you’re entrepreneurial at heart, look into Student Launch Pad, a program that encourages TU students to develop their own businesses.

Take a short trip to the University Union to manage your business needs. You’ll find the University Store, PNC Bank and the Post Office. You can pick up your parking permit and OneCard, the official university ID card, at the Auxiliary Services Business Office, located on the first floor.  

Commuters will want to check out resources and programs designed just for them by the Off-Campus Student Services office.  

West Village Commons, a dining and student life facility with ample parking, provides study space, meeting rooms, student gathering spaces, and eatery options like Einstein Bros. Bagels, Panda Express and Jamba Juice. The open floor plan was designed to make students feel at home. You can bank here at the SECU Information Center, located on the first floor.