The Towson University Honors College connects you with outstanding students who share your passion for learning and talented professors who love to inspire students. We are a community where TU’s most talented students enhance their academic experience, strengthen their interests and cultivate their talents.
Five Reasons to Choose Towson Honors
Unique Learning Opportunities
Honors students engage in advanced research projects and experiential learning through study abroad, internships and service learning. These experiences better position students for successful careers and post-graduate study in a globalized world.
Enriching Seminar Classes
Seminars are the core of the honors curriculum and each one is designed to explore topics from multiple scholarly points of view. Honors classes have an average of 12 to 20 students, are discussion-based, collaborative and examine creative topics that are only taught in the Honors College.
Outstanding teachers, prominent researchers, authors and scholars offer insights in their fields of study. Honors faculty are among the most innovative at Towson University.
Variety of Perspectives
Students in every major are members of the Honors College. Therefore, honors courses and co-curricular programs are especially diverse and interdisciplinary experiences push that students outside of their academic and interpersonal comfort zones.
Honors students are athletes, they are leaders of student organizations and dedicated members of campus, local and international communities. Douglass House is the residence hall where honors students live, work and learn together in pursuit of their passions and lifelong learning goals.