March 13, 2015 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Towson University - Unitas Stadium Fieldhouse, Minnegan Room
Johnny Unitas Stadium
Towson University, Auburn Drive, Towson, MD 21252
Towson University President's Office
Towson University Master Plan Update @ Towson University - Unitas Stadium Fieldhouse, Minnegan Room | Towson | Maryland | United States

Towson University’s 2015 Master Plan Update process will be underway this Spring. TU welcomes your thoughts and suggestions to better develop Towson’s physical campus to meet the needs of the campus and the greater Towson community for the future. During this time, TU is scheduling several input meetings from the surrounding communities, businesses, and government agencies. Towson University’s Campus Master Plan is a long-term vision for the future physical development of the university’s 329 acre campus. Every 5 years the campus master plan is updated with the input and suggestions of our campus and the greater community.

Campus Master Plan Update Process Overview and Input Session
Open Forum – Open to the Public
Parking in Lot 19 & Lot 20 (behind SECU Arena). Follow signs. No attendant. Permits not required.

Let TU know you are coming! RSVP to ensure parking and seating: presidentsoffice@towson.edu or call 410-704-2356.

Here are just a few of the questions TU will be asking at the open forums:

  • How often do you take advantage of the various sports, recreational, cultural, or WTMD events on campus? Are you aware that TU offers numerous musical and performing arts shows each year? How can we make the campus more accessible for you to attend on-campus events?
  • What are your thoughts about the look and feel of the campus?
  • We are very excited to have an educational presence in downtown Towson with WTMD, our Speech Language and Hearing Center, and the Institute for Well-Being. Are there other university functions you feel would supplement the vibrancy in downtown Towson?
  • Towson has a transportation demand management system which includes our campus shuttle system, zip cars, ride share, bikes, and more to reduce the impact of daily traffic and parking on Towson’s streets. The university is also working with the County and State departments of transportation to improve sidewalks, lighting and cross walks in and around the campus. Are there other ways the university could improve transportation and connectivity in partnership with the community?