Stevenson University

Stevenson University is a fully accredited four-year coeducational independent university offering bachelor's and master's degrees. Stevenson University provides a distinctive, career-focused, and personalized environment for traditional undergraduates. In addition, the University offers a School of Graduate and Professional Studies for adult students, featuring accelerated options for working students looking to complete a degree or obtain a second degree. The cornerstone of the University's mission is an educational experience to engage students in their personal, social, and intellectual growth by identifying and supporting career planning while encompassing liberal arts, sciences, and technology. More than 40 clubs, organizations, and multiple honor societies, including an extensive NCAA Division III athletic program, offer students valuable experiences that contribute to personal development. In the 2009 edition of U.S. News & World Report America's Best Colleges named Stevenson as one of 70 “Up and Coming Schools” nationally, and the Lumina Foundation report it as one of the most affordable private colleges in the United States.

Owings Mills Campus
10945 Boulevard Circle, Suite 100, Owings Mills, MD 21117
443-352-4030

Stevenson Campus
1525 Greenspring Valley Road, Stevenson, MD 21153
410-486-7000

Web Site: www.stevenson.edu

Type of Institution: Independent 4-year

Fall 2008 Total Enrollment: 3,409
Male: 996    Female: 2,413
Full-time: 2,671    Part-time: 738

2009-2010 Tuition and Mandatory Fees for Maryland Residents:
Full-time Tuition per year: $19,234
Part-time Tuition cost per credit hour: $487
Mandatory fees: $1,410

Campus Housing:
Room: (Owings Mills Campus): Apartment: $8,032; Suite - $6,750. Meal plans: $1,596 to $3,546 per year depending on plan.

Degrees or Awards: Bachelor's, Master's

Calendar: Semester (day and evening), accelerated sessions, optional May and summer sessions

Entry Requirements: Freshmen: Completed application for undergraduate admission; high school transcript or GED, SAT or ACT scores, writing sample, letter of recommendation. An admissions interview is available by appointment. Admission is competitive. Honors or extracurricular activities resume is optional. Transfers: Completed application for undergraduate admission; official college transcripts from each college previously attended; high school transcript or GED for applicants who have completed less than 30 college-level credits (SAT or ACT score may be required). Personal statement discussing career goals and/or academic history is optional. For applicants to accelerated programs, two years of professional work experience is required. Interviews are strongly recommended for all nurse- and education-related majors, as well as for applicants of all accelerated programs. Optional for all other majors. Average High School GPA of admitted freshmen: 3.3. Average SAT score of admitted freshmen: 1560.

Application Deadlines: Priority freshman deadline: March 1; University Honors Program February 1; Scholarship deadline for freshmen: February 1; Priority transfer deadline May 1 (fall semester), November 1 (spring semester); Scholarship deadline: May 1 (fall semester); November 1 (spring semester)

Title IV Code: 002107