The mission of the Undergraduate Academic
Advising Center (UAAC) is to ensure that informed,
effective, and easily accessible
academic advising, which addresses individual
needs and interests, is available to every
undergraduate student at Towson University. The Academic Advising Center coordinates advising at Towson University, maintaining a staff of professional advisers and working with academic departments to recruit faculty for the First-Year Experience (FYE) program.
If you are a
freshman, you will participate in
FYE, a year-long program to orient you to the university and its resources, enhancing your educational experience. Your adviser will be a professional adviser, professional Student Affairs staff member, or a faculty member who has completed the Faculty Institute in Advising. That FYE adviser will be assigned to you for the year.
If you are not a freshman, you will participate in the
Academic Advising Program, and your adviser will be a professional adviser (open majors) or a faculty adviser in your major field.
You will need to declare a major by the time you accrue 60 units.
Prepare for Your Advising Session!
The GPA calculator allows you to determine how your current term will affect your overall GPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average - CGPA). Click here or on the icon to use the calculator.
The Articulation System for Maryland Colleges and Universities (Artysys) will provide you with the course equivalencies between Maryland community colleges and all Maryland 4-year institutions (two year) and between Towson University and other four year universities both in-state and out-of-state. (four year)
A variety of courses satisfy our Core Curriculumrequirements, so you will have many options for choosing courses that are both stimulating and relevant to your interests and goals. Click on the icon to view the Core Curriculum course list.
Still Not Sure About a Career Direction?
Towson University students now have access to a free career matching application.
Compass is an online assessment tool that measures reaction to visual images and makes career recommendations based on personality and preference data. It’s fun, quick and easy!
Focusing on exploration and discovery, this course introduces students to the academic expectations for college-level work and to the intellectual, communication and collaborative skills needed for academic success. To see the list of the TSEM Spring 2014 course offerings click the highway sign to the left.
The National Student Exchange (NSE) Program allows undergraduate students to exchange to member universities in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Towson students pay their normal tuition and fees to Towson and room/board fees to the host campus.
A new collaborative blog to provide ideas and support to enable the success and achievement of the students of Towson University by the Academic Achievement Center, the Career Center, The Counseling Center and the Undergraduate Academic Advising Center.