Department website: http://www.towson.edu/admissions
Enrollment Services Building
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:
- November 15 - Application Deadline for all student types (Freshman, Transfer, and International)
- Freshman Applicants:
- November 15 - Early Action Application Deadline, Honors Deadline, and Merit-Scholarship Deadline
- February 1 - Regular Application Deadline
- June 1 - Late Deadline for International Applicants Only
- Transfer and Second Bachelor Applicants:
- March 1 - Early Application Deadline and Merit-Scholarship Deadline
- June 1 - Regular Application Deadline
International Applicants will apply by the appropriate deadline based on the student type listed above.
Students seeking freshman admission for the fall can apply beginning in August for the following fall term. A freshman applicant for the fall term who would like to be considered for an admissions merit-based scholarship must submit a completed application consisting of an official high school transcript no later than November 15. Admissions scholarships are not awarded for the spring term. Towson University is test-optional. SAT/ACT scores are not required but will be considered if submitted with an application. Freshmen applications for fall received after the February 1 deadline are processed provided space is available in the entering class.
A transfer applicant for the fall term who would like to be considered for an admissions merit scholarship must submit a completed application consisting of all official college transcripts no later than March 1 for the Fall term. Admissions scholarships are not awarded for the spring term.
If students do not enroll and complete at least one course during the term for which they have been admitted as a degree candidate, admissions will cancel the application. To enroll as a degree candidate for any subsequent term, students must reapply and submit updated application materials and pay all appropriate fees if applicable.
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.