Welcome to Towson University! There are many resources available for veterans at Towson, and we've collected them in one place to make them easier to find. You have served us, and so now we want to serve you.
The Veterans Center provides educational, social and personal enrichment opportunities for the veteran community of Towson University. The Center seeks to create an enhanced learning environment by providing veteran students with support and resources in a veteran-friendly atmosphere, and by addressing the unique issues and challenges that veteran students face when entering into the university environment. Staff at the Center will assist veterans with information regarding the G.I. Bill, VA services, financial aid, and guidance through the university application and enrollment processes. The Center is staffed by the Coordinator of Veterans Services and veteran student assistants. The Veterans Center is the one-stop-shop for securing information necessary to successfully make the transition to college life.
You can learn about admissions, scholarships and other financial aid, counseling and disability support services, academic advising and—not to be forgotten—student activities. Towson has more than 100 student clubs and organizations—including one for veterans.
Towson's Coodinator of Veterans Servives
Patrick Young is the Coordinator of Veterans Services and is in charge of the daily operation of the Veterans Center. He served in the Infantry with the United States Marine Corps from 2001-2005. He is currently the chair of Towson's Veterans Concerns Committee and volunteers with multiple veteran lead service efforts around Baltimore. He can be reached at 410-704-2991, firstname.lastname@example.org. His office is in Psychology Building, room 107, the Veterans Center. He can assist student veterans with the transition to Towson University and with issues or concerns they may have.
Towson University Student Veterans Group
All students who are veterans of the military are welcome to join the Student Veterans Group. The group sponsors speakers of interest to veterans, collects goods from the campus to ship to deployed troops, sponsors other community service activities, and allows veterans to come together in a risk-free environment.
Adviser to Towson University Student Veterans Group
Tracy Miller advises the Towson Student Veterans group. She serves on a Baltimore County group to coordinate services for returning veterans. Tracy is happy to serve as an unofficial academic adviser to any of the veterans on campus. Her office is located in the Academic Advising Center, Lecture Hall Building, room 3. Her e-mail address is email@example.com, and her phone number is 410-704-3583.
The Office of Veterans Services and the Electronic Media and Film Department are hosting the 2013 Veterans Film Series. A different military focused film will be screened every Friday evening in November.