Undergraduate Admissions

Department website: http://www.towson.edu/admissions

7800 York Rd 216
Phone: 410-704-2113
Fax: 410-704-3030
admissions@towson.edu
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
            Friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

When to Apply

The application deadlines for undergraduate degree-seeking students are as follows:

Freshmen: By December 1 for early action and automatic scholarship consideration; by January 15 for regular admission for the fall term

Transfer Students: By October 15 for the spring term; by December 1 for automatic scholarship consideration (MD community colleges only); by January 15 for the fall term

International Students: By December 1 for the spring term; by May 15 for the fall term

Second Bachelor's: By October 15 for the spring term; by January 15 for the fall term

Students seeking freshman or transfer admission for the fall can apply beginning mid-August for the following fall term. A freshman applicant for the fall term who would like to be considered for an Admissions scholarship should submit a completed application consisting of an official high school transcript and SAT/ACT scores no later than December 1. A transfer applicant for the fall term who would like to be considered for an Admissions scholarship (MD community colleges only) should submit a completed application consisting of all official college transcripts no later than December 1.

Applications for fall received after the January 15 deadline are processed provided space is available in the entering class.

Students who fail to enroll in and complete at least one course during the term for which they have been admitted as a degree candidate will have their offer of admission revoked. To enroll as a degree candidate for any subsequent term, students must reapply and submit updated application materials and pay all appropriate fees.

Applicants who have been denied admission to TU will not be permitted to attend as non-degree students. They may, however, transfer to TU if they meet transfer admission requirements after attending another college or university.