Freshman transition program To-Do List

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Your Housing Assignment

If you completed the online University Housing Request and submitted the required $350 deposit, your housing assignment will be sent to you in early August. This letter will contain your housing assignment, the name(s) and phone number(s) of your roommate(s), and other information about housing, moving in and housing vaccine requirements. Your housing packet will also contain your campus mailbox number. As a resident student you are assigned a mailbox in the Mail and Distribution Office located in the University Union. Mailboxes for students residing in Towson Run, Millennium Hall, Paca House, Tubman House, Barton House and Douglass House are located in their respective residence halls. Once you receive your
housing assignment letter, you’ll want to begin communicating with your roommate(s) to get things off to a friendly start. You may also want to coordinate what each of you will bring when you move in.

 

 

Off-Campus Housing

OCSS facilitates the transition of TU students into surrounding communities through two events: Apartments Visit TU, held in October, and the Off-Campus Living Fair, held in February. Both of these events occur annually and allow students to gather information from local apartment communities and businesses that serve the Towson community. OCSS also collaborates with the Department of Housing and Residence Life to provide off-campus housing listings for both housing wanted and available. Looking for off-campus housing? Visit the Off-Campus Student Services website.


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