One of the top initiatives of Towson University is to provide outstanding support
and services to all student veterans and qualified dependents.
Military and Veterans Center
In response to COVID-19, Towson University is open with limited services. Although
you can't visit the Military & Veterans Center, we're still available online during
normal business hours (see below), or by email at tuvetcenter AT_TOWSON.
Effective immediately, all applications for new and continued VA educational benefits
will be done remotely. Click here to begin that process.
The Military and Veterans Center (MVC) promotes a safe and like-minded community,
personal growth and career development opportunities, and comprehensive in-school
The Towson University Military and Veterans Center provides a hub for study, camaraderie,
and comfort. Our center grants a place for student veterans and qualified dependents
to read, work, use public computers and other resources, and enjoy the company of
their like-minded peers.
TU student veterans continue to serve in many significant ways. They use their unique
motivations and lessons learned from their time in the military to engage in social
and charity programs, learn new workplace and career skills, and to transition successfully
from college to their future careers.
The MVC seeks to provide timely, 100 percent fulfillment of all GI Bill and related
claims. The MVC also serves, through its expert staff, as a resource space that assists
and guides its members through any challenge they might face at Towson University.
Supporting Our Veterans
Why Towson University?
One of the “Best Regional Colleges for 2020” — Princeton Review
Admission fees waived for veteran applicants
Priority registration for all veteran students
Active, engaged veteran community at one of the G.I. Jobs’ “Top Military-Friendly Universities”
Resources for Student Success
The MVC provides useful resources to help military-affiliated students make an easy transition to academic life.