Towson University in Northeastern Maryland
Are you ready to transfer to Towson University in Northeastern Maryland? Start your application now.
Make sure to read all of the following instructions carefully before beginning your application. Requirements for admission vary, depending on transferable credits completed and cumulative combined GPA from Harford Community College, Cecil College or any other institutions attended. If you have questions, contact us at 410-704-2113 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or get in touch with our admissions counselors.
Transfer students who are interested in applying to the main Towson University campus should apply using Towson's online application
1. Review available
majors at Towson University
in Northeastern Maryland
Note that some majors have additional requirements as listed under #6 below.
2. Complete your application
You can apply for admission to Towson University using the online Towson University in Northeastern Maryland application.
- Create your Applyweb account.
- Complete your email verification and proceed to the application using the link provided by email.
- Click the Application for Partnership Programs.
- Log in to your new account.
- At the Application for Partnership Programs page, use "Partners" as your password and proceed with completion of your application.
3. Pay your application fee
A $45 non-deferrable, non-refundable fee (or fee waiver) is required with your application. You will be able to pay the application fee with a credit card or electronic check.
4. Know the deadlines
The final application deadline is Jun. 15 for fall admission (will remain open on a space-available basis) and Dec. 15 for spring. To be considered for merit-based scholarships offered through University Admissions, you must apply and submit your transcripts and standardized test scores (if you have earned fewer than 30 transferrable credits) by Dec. 1. The FASFA deadline is February 15.
5. Send your transcripts
Submit to University Admissions an official transcript from each college or university you’ve attended. If you’ve earned fewer than 30 college credits, a high school transcript is also required. Official transcripts may be sent from each of your colleges or universities directly via email to Admissions_Documents@towson.edu.
6. Find out if your intended major has additional requirements
Some majors have additional requirements or screening criteria, such as auditions, prerequisite courses, supplemental applications or GPA requirements. Admission to Towson University does not guarantee entry to these majors. The following programs have additional requirements: