Towson University in Northeastern Maryland offers transfer students the flexibility
to pursue a four-year degree after they complete an associate’s degree at a community
college. Located on the grounds of Harford Community College, the new building offers
state-of-the-art classrooms, labs and educational resources.
A Towson education will offer you a challenging undergraduate academic experience
in select programs, including business, IT, education, nursing, family studies, psychology
and sociology. Working closely with distinguished faculty members, students will have
opportunities for research, internships and employment opportunities within TU in
Northeastern Maryland’s strong network of area business partners.
Towson University in Northeastern Maryland Scholarships
Towson University offers academic scholarships for full-time students transferring
from two-year institutions. Amounts vary from $1,000 to full tuition and fees. To
be considered for these competitive scholarships offered through University Admissions,
qualified applicants should submit an application and official transcripts for the
fall term by December 1. To indicate a desire to attend the TU in Northeastern Maryland
location, a student should specifically submit the TU in Northeastern Maryland transfer application for admission.
Towson University also offers a need-based grant to students enrolled in at least
12 units of classes at the TU in Northeastern Maryland facility. Selected recipients
will receive a $2,000 grant ($1,000 per term) for fall and spring terms. Please view the
2017-2018 TU in Northeastern Maryland Grant Fact Sheet (PDF) to receive further information.
Convenience and Cost Savings
Towson University also offers reduced fees for students who take at least 12 credits
at its Northeastern Maryland location. A significant savings when compared to students
commuting to the main campus. For further information, please visit the Bursar's Tuition & Fees Web page.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday
Program Coordinator and Clinical Instructor
Toni Guidi directs the Early Childhood/Special Education and Elementary Education/Special
Education programs at
Towson University in Northeastern Maryland. She believes that there is a critical
need for special education teachers in the state. “All of our students graduate with
the skills and field experiences they need to create a level playing field in their
classrooms," Guidi says.