Location: Towson
President: Kim E. Schatzel
Founded: 1866
Undergraduate Students: 19,198
Graduate Students: 3,145
Operating Budget: $500.1 million
For More Information: 410.704.2000
http://www.towson.edu/

TU is committed to making a positive impact and transforming lives through BTU: Partnerships for Work for Greater Baltimore, which aims to elevate the work of TU faculty and students to address the needs of the region.

A significant business catalyst for the state of Maryland, Towson University (TU) is the largest university in the Greater Baltimore region with an enrollment of over 22,000.

More than 93,000 of the university’s 151,000 alumni live and work in Maryland and Washington D.C., enhancing the region’s economy and quality of life.

Towson University is consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s best and most efficiently run universities. Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has ranked TU as one of the 100 “best values” among the nation’s public colleges.

With a rich 150-year tradition, TU is one of the nation’s best regional public universities, offering more than 100 degree programs. Towson’s interdisciplinary academic approach provides opportunities for undergraduate research, internships, and jobs.

TU is committed to making a positive impact and transforming lives through BTU: Partnerships for Work for Greater Baltimore, which aims to elevate the work of TU faculty and students to address the needs of the region.

The 329-acre suburban setting offers a diverse and inclusive campus that is nationally recognized for its strong minority graduation rates.

With 19 NCAA Division I sports, Towson is a member of the Colonial Athletic Association as well as the Colonial Academic Alliance. It is also just a bike ride from Baltimore.