Towson University is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of a new off-campus housing website and service! The new website will replace the existing off-campus housing listing and offer a secure and streamlined approach for Towson University students, faculty, and staff to search for off-campus housing. The site will also feature a roommate search tool, information boards and educational resources, and allow users to buy and sell household items.
Beginning January 20, 2016, off-campus housing will be available at the following new website:
If you have any questions about the new process for listing off-campus information or questions about off-campus housing in general, please contact Off-Campus Student Services at 410-704-3307. Thank you!
Housing & Residence Life offers at no charge, off-campus housing listings for students seeking a place to live and for property owners with housing available. These listings are posted below and are available at our office. Towson University accepts no responsibility for information contained within the Off-Campus Housing web site, Off-Campus Housing listings, or Off-Campus Housing Information posted by the university. The University does not qualify, inspect, or otherwise screen roommates, property owners, landlords, or properties. Individual persons are responsible for inspecting properties and meeting potential roommates in order to determine acceptability.
We reserve the right not to post or to remove submissions that we conclude are misleading , incomplete, and/or become a concern to students. All persons using this service must agree not to discriminate against any individual on the basis of gender, age, sexual orientation, culture, race, veteran status or disability.
How does it work?
Using the off-campus housing list is quick and easy. The postings have two types of listings:Housing Available and Housing Wanted. The listings are available online or by coming in to the Department of Housing & Residence Life located at the West Village Commons, room 309. Also, listings are posted at the first floor of the University Union (across from the University Store) on the commuter information bulletin boards. Review the list and write down the names and contact information of the people you want to call.
To use the listing, simply fill out and submit the appropriate form online. Housing Available Forms are for people currently seeking to fill vacancies and Housing Wanted Forms are for people in the Towson University community currently looking for a place to live.
Generally, the listing is updated on every Friday. If you would like your listing to be included on Friday's listing update, please submit the form by 5:00 p.m. Thursday. Forms submitted after 5:00 p.m. Thursday will be included in the following Friday listing update. Please call the Housing & Residence Life office at 410-704-2516 if you need further assistance.
Note:Towson University email(@towson.edu)
required when completing Wanted form.
If you rent the space you have available or find the housing that you needed, please send a email to: Off-CampusListings@towson.edu to have your name or property removed from the listing. Your listing will not immediately be removed, so your patience is appreciated if you receive calls in the meantime; as noted listings are updated each Friday.As long as space permits, listing are posted for 30 days and then removed. If you wish to have your posting continued for another 30 days, please fill out another form and re-submit it to the Housing & Residence Life office. Please note the listing expiration date for each listing. We reserve the right not to post or to remove submissions that we conclude are misleading, incomplete, and/or become a concern to students.
For further assistance finding housing, try one of the online searches by clicking on the links at the top left.
Department of Housing & Residence Life
West Village Commons, 3rd Floor(map)
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Baltimore County: No more than (2) two unrelated persons can live together in
a single family dwelling.
In addition, a valid Rental Housing License as of 1/1/09 will be required for rental properties that are single family dwellings or have one to six units.
Baltimore City: No more than (4) four unrelated persons can live together in
a single family dwelling.