The Towson University Pep Band has been lauded as one of the best bands in the CAA conference with its commitment to musicianship, sportsmanship, and entertainment. The pep band is a group that forms during the winter and spring semesters and performs at all of the home basketball games and other events on Towson University’s campus. The band performs at both men’s and women’s basketball games and accompanies the teams to the CAA tournaments.
Like the marching band, the pep band is a class that is taken for 1 credit that can be applied to your degree. In addition to school credit, a $20-$30 stipend is given to the members for each game that they attend. For more information on the scholarships, see the Pep Band Handbook, or TUMB Scholarship Information.
Prospective Pep Band Members
If you are not a current student, or if you haven’t been in pep band in the past please fill out this form so we can keep you informed and up to date! This form does not commit you to the band it just allows us to give you more information Prospective Member Form
- Please fill out the 2016-2017 Pep Band Membership Information Form. This needs to be completed just once per season. This does not replace registration for the class, and should be done in addition to class registration.
- Pep Band Class information is MUSA 270. 001 (Freshman and Sophomores), MUSA 470.001 (Juniors and Seniors), and MUSA 659.001 (Graduate Students).
- Fill out the 2016-2017 Performance Schedule FILL THIS OUT to sign up for games. This form can be submitted many times as your personal schedule becomes available through the winter and spring then allowing time for pep band participation.
- Read the Pep Band Handbook available in Pep Band area of the Members Area Page in the website. Contact email@example.com for the password.
The pep band provides many performance opportunities filled with a fun atmosphere, great athletic events, and Towson University Pep Band tradition! If you have any questions regarding the Towson University Pep Band please email Tubands@towson.edu