What's the best way to get to know Towson? Come see us for yourself. Take a stroll through campus on one of our student-led tours, ask our admissions staff your questions at an information session, or attend an open house.
Individual or Family Tours
Tours for future students are available Monday through Friday and select Saturdays. Our 90-minute walking tour gives you a chance to connect with a current student and learn about life on campus as you visit classrooms, residence halls and popular hangouts. It's a great way to get to know if TU is right for you. All campus tours include an information session from a representative from University Admissions.
Reservations are required. Dress comfortably and check the weather forecast before arriving on campus.
Don't want to miss school? Interested in seeing our campus in action at night? If so, then try one of our evening tours! Offered on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m., these tours include our usual 90-minute walking tour of campus* while giving you the chance to connect with a student ambassador.
*Sorry, the information session from University Admissions is not available during these tours.
Transfer Student Tours
If you're interested in transferring to Towson, this is the tour for you. Offered on select Fridays at 10:00 a.m., transfer tours include a 90-minute walking tour of campus led by a student who also transferred to Towson. It includes a transfer information session with a representative from University Admissions. If you can't make it here on Fridays, a regular campus tour is also a great option for transferring students.
During this tour, students who are interested in the Honors College will have the opportunity to talk with an Honors College representative and meet with an Honors College ambassador in addition to a 90-minute walking tour of campus. These tours are offered on select Fridays at 3:00 p.m..
Group tours are available to high schools or organizations with 10 or more students. We offer group tours from September to May on Tuesday and Thursday at 9:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. when classes are in session. The group tour includes a 15- to 30-minute presentation from a member of the University Admissions staff and a 90-minute walking tour by a student ambassador.
Group tours can be arranged by high school counselors or community organizations. The group must include between 10 to 40 high school juniors or seniors or community college students. At least one chaperone is required for every six students.
To request a group tour for fall 2013 or spring 2014, email Kaila Miller at email@example.com and include your name, phone number, organization, number of students and your desired date and time of visit. Please request your group tour at least 60 days prior to your proposed arrival. We will do our best to accommodate the date and time you request; however, dates and times are not guaranteed until they are confirmed by Towson University.
Just eight miles north of Baltimore, Towson is easily accessible by car, train or plane.