Photography, Video & Graphics | Towson University

Obtaining Photographs

University Marketing & Communications provides photos of iconic Towson University
images including the TU president, Stephens Hall, Liberal Arts Building and Doc the
Tiger. To obtain additional photographs of Towson University individuals, buildings
and events for publication in news media, please contact us.

Photographs we provide are to be used – with appropriate credit to Towson University
– for editorial purposes only. Flopping, altering or otherwise embellishing these
photos in any way that changes the editorial content of the photograph is prohibited.
Images provided for Web use must be resized to low-resolution. Permission is for one-time
use only. Supplied image files must be deleted after use.

Using Our Logo 

Individuals and groups external to the university must request permission from University Marketing & Communication before using Towson University brand marks
or university graphics. Send requests by email to creativeservices AT_TOWSON. Those using the logo should follow the university’s design standards.


In general, news gathering is allowed in outdoor areas on the academic campus. Permission
to film in interior spaces is required in all circumstances. This includes administration
and office buildings, classrooms, laboratories, dormitories and residences, and dining

For video, cinematography, or film related to Towson University, please submit a Film Approval Request. After your request is processed, we will reach out to you on next steps and status

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Staff members from Marketing & Communications are generally available to assist crews
with shooting, including setting up locations and gaining access to restricted areas
on campus when permission to shoot has been granted. For assistance, contact us.  

Contact Information

Sean Welsh
Associate Vice President, Communications and Media Relations
Director of Media Relations & News
swelsh AT_TOWSON

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