Congratulations on your admission to Towson University graduate studies!
Below you will find important information about the next steps to officially begin
your journey as a TU graduate student.
Submit Your Enrollment Contract and Deposit (if required) In order to accept admission and register for classes, students are required to submit
their signed enrollment contract and deposit (if required) by the date stated on their
contract. The submission of your contract and deposit will secure your spot in your
program and allow you to register for classes. Your $200 deposit will be applied to
your first bill.
This process does not apply to international students or students participating in
Towson Learning Network (TLN) programs. Physician Assistant Studies, Audiology and
Speech-Language Pathology have program-specific contracts and deposit amounts unique
to the program which will be mailed separately from the University's offer of admission.
Those program-specific contracts and deposit amounts will be in place of, not in addition
to, the University graduate enrollment contract and deposit (if required).
Activate Your Towson University Online Services Account (NetID) When you activate your NetID, you will establish your Towson online identity and email address. You will need
your seven digit TU ID number which you can find on your Offer of Admission letter
or the last 4 digits of your social security number (if you provided it on your application).
Your Towson University account will be used to send and receive email, access online
course material, register for courses, or retrieve grades.
Contact Your Program Director for Advising and Register for Classes Some graduate programs require students to meet with their adviser or program director
prior to registration. Please check your Towson University Online Services Account
for registration dates. If there is an advising hold on your account, please contact
your program director.
Complete Items on Your Graduate Student To-Do List After you've accepted our offer of admission, you should visit the Graduate Student To-Do List and complete all required tasks. You'll find important information to help your transition
to graduate studies at TU, including details about parking on campus, getting your
OneCard ID, required immunizations and more.
Attend New Graduate Student Orientation If you have enrolled as a new TU graduate student, you are encouraged to attend New
Graduate Student Orientation. The Graduate Student Association hosts this orientation for new graduate students to help make your transition to
Towson U an easy one. Fall term orientation is held in August, and spring term orientation
is held in January. For questions, please contact the GSA office by email at gsa AT_TOWSON or by phone at 410-704-3967.