What’s Around Campus

It won’t take long to feel at home in Tiger Town. The following buildings and places — which house events and activities for the entire university community are student favorites on campus.

West Village Commons at Night

West Village Commons

The Commons is a central gathering place for students living on the west side of campus. The Commons includes student housing, dining, meeting spaces and parking.

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TU's University Union

University Union

You are at the hub of co-curricular activities and programs at the Union, where you can access a host of student services. The Union is an ideal spot for students, faculty, staff and alumni to relax, interact and share common interests and experiences.

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Students outside the Center for the Arts

Center for the Arts

Explore the arts here. You’ll find art galleries, concert halls, dance studios, theatres, recording facilities, computer labs and more.

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Students walking into the Cook Library

Cook Library

It’s the perfect place to study with more than 300 computer workstations and a Starbucks right in the lobby.

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Planetarium equipment

Watson-King Planetarium

Located in Smith Hall, the planetarium features a state –of-the-art projector and sound system and a 16-inch telescope. Shows are offered throughout the academic year.

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Student writing on the wall of Freedom Square

Freedom Square

Exercise freedom of expression and speech here, where you can hang out on stone benches and engage in important discussions about the latest issues both on and off campus. Located at the center of campus under the lecture hall, the Square includes chalkboards to write or draw your response to the question of the week or just offer your opinion.

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Students in front of SECU Arena

SECU Arena

This new 5,200-seat, 117,000-square-foot venue hosts athletic events, concerts, commencements and more. Catch the men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and gymnastics teams in action.

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Johnny Unitas Stadium

Johnny Unitas Stadium

Named for one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks of all time, this stadium is the perfect venue for watching Tiger football, field hockey, lacrosse and track teams compete. Its 11,000 seats makes the stadium the third largest outdoor stadium in the Baltimore metro area. The complex includes Minnegan Field, named in honor of Towson coach and educator “Doc” Minnegan. 

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