Spring Term

Information about spring tuition and fees and other rate structures for undergraduate and graduate students. 

Spring 2017 — Undergraduate Tuition and Mandatory Fees

Full Time (12+ units)

In-State (Per Term) Out-of-State (Per Term)
Tuition $3,280 $9,114
Auxiliary Services Fees $851 $851
Athletics Fee $435 $435
Student Government Association Fee $45 $45
Technology Fee $93 $93
Overload Surcharge Fee $40 per unit
over 15 units
$40 per unit
over 15 units

Part Time (under 12 units)

IN-STATE (Per Unit) Out-of-State (PER UNIT)
Tuition $283 $768
Auxiliary Services Fees $74 $74
Athletics Fee $38 $38
Student Government Association Fee $4 $4
Technology Fee $8 per unit -
up to $93 per term
$8 per unit -
up to $93 per term
Overload Surcharge Fee N/A N/A

Spring 2017 — Graduate Tuition and Mandatory Fees

In-State (Per Unit) Out-Of-State (PER UNIT)
Tuition $379 $785
Auxiliary Services Fees $74 $74
Athletics Fee $38 $38
Student Government Association Fee $4 $4
Technology Fee $8 per unit -
up to $93 per term
$8 per unit -
up to $93 per term
Overload Surcharge Fee N/A N/A

Tuition and fees are subject to change by the Board of Regents at any time. A late fee of $150 will be assessed for any billing statement not satisfied by the payment deadline on the statement.

Payment of the electronic tuition bill (eBill) is the responsibility of the student and is due to the university each term. Notification that an eBill has been issued is communicated to each student via their TU campus email. Failure to pay or provide financial aid or third party documentation to cover the eBill statement balance does not discharge the financial obligation, including any late payment assessments, and may result in the cancellation of your class schedule. If you do not receive an eBill notification at least one week prior to your payment due date, contact the Bursar's Office.

Audit courses are billed at the same rate as unit courses.

For additional information, see our registration and billing schedule or access our spring refund schedule.

Towson University in Northeastern Maryland Campus and Satellite Campus Rate Structures

Towson University in Northeastern Maryland

Towson University offers reduced Athletics, Student Government Association and Auxiliary Services fees for students taking credits at the Towson University in Northeastern Maryland campus. Regular tuition rates apply.

  • Students will be charged a flat rate when 12 or more credits are taken at this campus location. Undergraduate classes are assessed a $426-per-term Auxiliary Services Fee, $93-per-term Technology Fee, $217 Athletics Fee, and $22 Student Government Association Fee.
  • Students will be charged a per-credit hour rate when taking less than 12 credits at the Towson University in Northeastern Maryland campus location. Undergraduate classes are assessed $37-per-unit for Auxiliary Services Fees and assessed a $8-per-unit Technology Fee, $19 per-unit Athletics Fee, and $2 per-unit Student Government Association Fee.

Students who carry less than a 12-credit hour load at TUNE and simultaneously take classes at other Towson campuses will be assessed fees according to the applicable per credit hour rate for each campus they attend. For example, you would pay fees for your credit hours at TUNE at the TUNE per credit hour rate; plus pay fees for your credit hours at the main campus according to the main campus rate. The maximum fee charge per term is equal to the Towson main campus full time fee rate.

SATELLITE LOCATIONS 25 MILES OR MORE FROM TOWSON UNIVERSITY (EXCLUDING TOWSON UNIVERSITY IN NORTHEASTERN MARYLAND CAMPUS)

Towson University offers reduced Auxiliary Services Fees, and excludes the Athletics Fee and the Student Government Association Fee, for classes taken at satellite locations 25 miles or more from the TU campus. Regular tuition rates apply. Note: Regular fees are assessed for classes that do not qualify for the satellite location rate reduction.

  • For 11 or fewer units taken at satellite locations 25 miles or more from campus, undergraduate classes are assessed $46 per unit for Auxiliary Services Fees and a $8 per unit Technology Fee.
  • For 12 or more units taken at satellite locations 25 miles or more from campus, undergraduate classes are assessed $539 per term for Auxiliary Services Fees and a $93 per term Technology Fee.
  • Graduate-level classes taken at satellite locations 25 miles or more from campus are assessed $46 per unit for Auxiliary Services Fees and a $8 per unit Technology Fee.

Other Rate Structures

Applied Information Technology

Applied Information Technology courses have a different rate structure than university rates.

Applied Information Technology — Master of Science (AIT Courses)
Course Tuition (per course) Technology Fee
Tuition AIT Program
(Except AIT 500 and 885)
$1,575 per course $8 per unit
up to $93 per term
Tuition - AIT 500 $1,969 per course $8 per unit
up to $93 per term
Tuition - AIT 885 $525 per course $8 per unit
up to $93 per term
Applied Information Technology — Doctoral Program (AIT Courses)
Course Tuition Technology Fee
All Doctorate Courses $653 per unit $8 per unit
up to $93 per term

TU/UB Joint Master's in Accounting and Business Advisory Services

Students in the Towson University and University of Baltimore joint master's degree program in Accounting and Business Advisory Services are assessed tuition and fees based on the University of Baltimore’s graduate rates. For classes not part of this joint program, tuition and fees will be assessed according to Towson University’s rates. The University of Baltimore graduate rate structure is presented on their Web site.

UB/Towson Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Students in the Towson University and University of Baltimore (UB/Towson) Master of Business Administration program are assessed tuition and fees based on the University of Baltimore's graduate rates. This rate structure is presented on the University of Baltimore Web site.

Please note that notwithstanding any other provision of this or any other Towson University publication, the university reserves the right to make changes in tuition, fees and other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by Towson University and the University System of Maryland Board of Regents.