Sometimes there are questions that we don't want to ask our advisers-- like, "Is this a really hard course?" or "What happens if I turn in an assignment late for that chemistry professor?" Wouldn't it be easier to get the lowdown from another student-- someone who's already been through it? At Towson, you can do just that with the HELP program, which provides peer advising so that every last person can get every last question answered. Just stop by the Academic Advising Center to talk with a student academic adviser.
Student LIFE Line
Have a good question about TU? An answer is just a phone call away.
LIFE Line is a telephone line created to answer your questions about the university.
LIFE Line is staffed and ready to assist callers 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, you can leave a voice-mail message, and you will get a response the next business day. The LIFE Line number is 410-704-LIFE (5433).
Meet the Parents
The Towson University Parents Association is an advocacy group that seeks to strengthen the relationship between parents, students and the university. Representatives will be at the Parents Association Welcome Tent at the University Union on August 21. Stop by for a snack! Parents are invited to join the association and can pick up an
application at the tent, request one via e-mail at email@example.com, or by visiting the Parents Association
Supportive and encouraging experts who care about your
Insight and empowerment to better understand who you are
and where you want to go
A personalized job search plan that allows you to
navigate the job search process with confidence
Connections to employers who are motivated to hire TU
students for jobs and internships
An advantage over the competition with impressive
interview skills, an incredible resume and a polished
Visit the Career Center Web site; stop by 7800 York Road, Suite 206;
firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 410-704-2233.
Undecided About Your Major or Career Path?
Explore the “What Can I Do with This Major?” handouts, as well as the
other career exploration resources available on the Career Center Web site.
Once you’re on campus, you can continue to receive additional, individual
assistance by making an appointment with a career counselor.
Finding an On-Campus Job
As a Towson University student, you have access to a diverse range of
on-campus employment opportunities. Work as a peer educator in the
Counseling Center, a lifeguard in Campus Recreation Services, a Phonathon
caller for the Towson Fund, or even a cashier in the University Store. Start
your job search using your Hire@TU account, the Career Center’s online job
and internship database. It is important to start your search early as
on-campus jobs fill fast. The best times to search are August for the fall
term and January for the spring term. You may also want to expand your
options by exploring local, off-campus jobs in Hire@TU. Both on- and
off-campus employers will be at TU to recruit students at the annual
Part-Time and On-Campus Job Fair just prior to the start of the fall
semester. Remember, student employment is more than the path to a paycheck;
it’s a learning experience to help you become more organized, accept greater
job responsibilities, and develop transferable job skills that you can apply
to future career positions. Please feel free to drop by the Career Center
during Express Hours for a resume review, help with Hire@TU and job search
Log in to Your Hire@TU Account
Your Hire@TU account is your one-stop online shop for finding on- and
off-campus jobs and internships, posting your resume, managing career events
and finding career mentors.
Hire@TU and log in with your NetID and password (your Hire@TU
account will be created automatically for you once your NetID and password
are established). Questions about Hire@TU? Visit the FAQ page or contact the
Career Center for individual assistance.