Towson University Visit Report by wavyghost
Campus Tour: Yes - Awesome tour guide.
Campus Visit Notes for Towson University
The campus itself is really hilly, and though there are bridges throughout campus to avoid most of the worst parts, some people still don't really like that. The only real negative thing I'd have to say about the actual campus itself is that there's no real center of campus. Most students gather at this grassy, lowered area with chalkboards that I don't remember the name of right now but there's no real center of campus that I've seen at other universities like UMD. There's also construction going on at all times. Currently, they're working on the Burdick gym and the Glen bridge, and a lot of people mind the constant construction.
The first time I visited Towson, there were no available tours so my parents and I had to kind of show ourselves around. The students were friendly but were all very focused on their own things for the most part. They were also very diverse and pretty odd too which was cool.
My second visit, I went with my high school and our tour guide was awesome. She showed us all the academic buildings (though we didn't go inside most) and one of the dormitories. We ate at the Glen dining hall and it wasn't really that great honestly. The students around were friendly and joked around a lot. It seemed like a fun campus with a lot of cool people.
Other Comments (Transportation, local attractions, parking, etc.):
Make sure to see the Towson sculpture.