At Towson's Open House program, you'll get an overview of the university and the chance to talk one-on-one with your future professors and classmates. You will learn about the different colleges that make up our university, and we'll have programs for you and your parents, plus an information fair and light lunch. After you submit your reservation, you'll receive an email with directions and parking information. Reservations for multiple dates will not be honored.
Register for our Open House for High School Juniors and Transferring Students
Sample Open House Program Schedule
Refreshments will be available.
|Program for Freshman Students|
Find out about our admission process, financial aid and more. You will have an opportunity to meet current TU students and ask questions following the presentations.
Program for Freshman Parents
A parents-only session that includes information on our admission process, financial aid and more. A question-and-answer session will follow the presentations.
Program for Transferring Students and Parents
This special program provides transferring students details about the admission and credit evaluation process, academic advising and Career Center services.
Small group sessions with academic representatives who will share information about our majors and what it's like to study at TU. You will have time for questions and answers following the presentations and the chance to visit other representatives if you have questions about other majors.
Representatives from academic departments and campus offices provide information, answer your questions and assist you with your college search. Lunch will be available at this time.
|1:00 p.m.||Honors College Information Session (optional)
Representatives will share information about admission to the Honors College, curriculum, scholarships, and our on-campus honors community. Guests will be able to tour campus immediately following the session.
|1:30 p.m.||Scholarships and Financial Aid Session|
Find out about scholarships, loans, grants and financial aid.
Our Student Ambassadors are ready to share our campus and their TU experience with you. During a one-hour walking tour, you will see a residence hall, the "Beach," dining facilities, Cook Library, academic buildings and more. You'll find out why our students love TU.
*We recommend that students who are interested in secondary education attend the college session that includes the subject that you want teach. The College of Education will also be available to answer questions until 1:00 p.m.
**Note: We ask for your patience as tours depart during
the Information Fair. The event may conclude a bit later
depending on when you complete your campus tour.
If you require reasonable accommodations for disability support, please call contact Disability Support Services at 410-704-4696 at least two weeks prior to your visit.
If you are traveling to Towson University from out of town, consider spending the night. We hope you'll take some time to explore the area, as there are many shopping options, restaurants and things to do nearby. We are located within walking distance of downtown Towson, and just 8 miles north of Baltimore and its famous Inner Harbor.