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SERVICES AND RESOURCES

Academic Achievement Center

Cook Library 524
410-704-2291
www.towson.edu/aac

The Academic Achievement Center, a comprehensive university learning center, serves the entire TU student population with tutorial services, learning strategy workshops, academic coaching, and reading placement testing.

Academic Advising Center

Lecture Hall Building
410-704-2472
www.towson.edu/academicadvising

The Academic Advising Center coordinates the First-Year Experience (FYE) advising program, in which every freshman is enrolled, the advising component of the Transferring Student Program, and the Student Academic Advising Program.

Athletics

Auburn House
410-704-2759
www.towsontigers.com

Towson University competes as a full member of NCAA Division I and the Colonial Athletic Association, one of the most prestigious mid-major conferences in the nation.

Auxiliary Services Business Office

University Union, first floor
410-704-2726
www.towson.edu/onecard

This is a one-stop business transactions office for OneCard retail-vending and dining points accounts, ID cards, parking permits, citation payments, and MVA Nonresident Permits.

Bursar’s Office

Enrollment Services Center 336
1-888-5BURSAR
410-704-2100
www.towson.edu/bursar

The Bursar’s Office coordinates billing, bill payment, collection of delinquent accounts, financial aid rebate disbursement, account adjustments, and account research.

Campus Life

University Union 232
410-704-2332
www.towson.edu/campuslife

Campus Life serves as the home for Campus Recreation Services, the Office of Student Activities, New Student Programs, Off-Campus Student Services, and Fraternity and Sorority Life.

Campus Recreation Services

Burdick Hall 151
410-704-2367
www.towson.edu/campusrec

Campus Recreation Services comprises Adventure Pursuits, Aquatics, Fitness, Intramural Sports, Special Events, and Sport Clubs.

Career Center

7800 York Road, Suite 206
410-704-2233
www.towson.edu/careercenter

The Career Center’s services include a Career Mentor Database, career assessments and one-on-one counseling, on-campus interviews, job fairs, Hire@TU job and internship postings, resume reviews, and mock interviews.

Center for Student Diversity

University Union 313
410-704-2051
www.towson.edu/diversity

The Center for Student Diversity provides programs and services that serve the intellectual, social, personal, and cultural needs of all students while paying particular attention to under-represented and marginalized groups.

Counseling Center

Ward & West
410-704-2512
410-704-3453 (fax)
www.towson.edu/counseling
www.facebook.com/TowsonCC
https://twitter.com/tu_cc

The Counseling Center helps students to resolve personal difficulties, improve coping and interpersonal skills, overcome trauma, disadvantage, or substance abuse, and achieve personal goals. Services include personal counseling, psychiatric services, and events and presentations for student groups. The center’s online offerings above offer information and self-help resources on topics of interest to college students.

Dining Services

University Union 200
410-704-2302
www.dineoncampus.com/towson

Dining Services offers a wide variety of options to meet your student’s dining needs, including three all-you-care-to-eat facilities, 13 à la carte locations, and two convenience stores.

Disability Support Services

Administration Building 232
410-704-2638 (voice)
410-704-4423 (TDD)
www.towson.edu/dss

Disability Support Services is the office designated to provide reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities.

Division of Student Affairs

Administration Building 326
410-704-2055
www.towson.edu/studentaffairs

The Division of Student Affairs strives to enhance each student’s total educational experience through a philosophical foundation and evidence-based out-of-class activities and co-curricular learning to complement formal classroom learning.

Financial Aid Office

Enrollment Services Center 339
410-704-4236; 410-704-2584 (fax)
www.towson.edu/finaid

Financial aid options include grants, loans, scholarships, and student employment programs.

Health Center

Ward & West
410-704-2466
www.towson.edu/healthcenter

The Health Center, an ambulatory care facility, offers a full range of health care services, including treatment of acute and chronic illness and minor injuries, women’s health care and birth control, STD/HIV testing, acupuncture, and therapeutic massage treatments.

Housing and Residence Life

West Village Commons, third floor
410-704-2516; 410-704-4228 (fax)
www.towson.edu/housing

The Department of Housing and Residence Life at Towson provides housing and educational opportunities for thousands of students living on campus.

Library

Cook Library
410-704-2461
https://cooklibrary.towson.edu

Albert S. Cook Library is the heart of the campus, offering a wide range of services, materials, and assistance — all within a welcoming and user-friendly facility.

New Student Programs

University Union 217
410-704-2309
www.towson.edu/orientation

New Student Programs hosts freshman and transfer orientation and a variety of programs and leadership development opportunities designed to support the transition of new students.

Off-Campus Student Services

University Union 217
410-704-3307
www.towson.edu/commuters

Off-Campus Student Services provides off-campus students with a wide range of resources, services, and programs designed to engage commuting students in co-curricular activities that will enrich their education and enhance their overall experience.

OneCard

University Union 118
410-704-2284
www.towson.edu/onecard

The OneCard is TU’s ID card for students, faculty and staff, providing students access to the front entrance of their residence hall, Cook Library, computer labs, recreational facilities, athletic events, dining halls, campus events, and services.

Parking and Transportation Services

Union Garage
410-704-5087
www.towson.edu/parking

Parking and Transportation Services offers on- and off-campus shuttle services and parking permits, and regulates permit sales, visitor parking, and parking regulations and restrictions.

Scholarships

Office of Financial Aid, Scholarship Unit
Enrollment Services Center 339
410-704-4236
www.towson.edu/finaid

The Scholarship Unit serves as a clearinghouse for information on scholarships.

Student Activities

University Union 217
410-704-3307
www.towson.edu/studentactivities

The Office of Student Activities complements the mission of the university by creating opportunities and environments that inspire students to become active members of the campus and community.

Student LIFE Line

Administration Building 236
410-704-LIFE (5433)

The Division of Student Affairs runs the Student LIFE Line, a telephone line to assist students with any questions they may have about TU.

Study Abroad Office

Psychology Building 408
410-704-2451
www.towson.edu/studyabroad

The Study Abroad Office at Towson University is dedicated to providing all Towson students with high-quality international academic opportunities that allow them to develop the knowledge and skills needed to become productive and successful members of the global community.

University Police

Public Safety Building
911 (medical or fire emergencies)
410-704-4444 (police emergencies)
410-704-2134 (general information)
www.towson.edu/police

The Towson University Police Department is an independently organized, legally empowered agency responsible for law enforcement within the jurisdiction of the university.

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