The Office of Academic Support Services provides services and resources to students, faculty, and staff that will strengthen academic performance, enhance student satisfaction, and improve student retention. The office is located in Dawson Center (DC) 220 on the Greenspring Campus.
Academic Advising at Stevenson University is a free support service available to all degree-seeking students. Academic Advisors can assist with a wide range of academic matters from selecting a major to planning for graduate school. The Advising Office is located in the Office of Academic Support Services in DC 220.
The Academic Link
The Academic Link, one of the great strengths of the University, "links" students to a wide array of accessible academic support services and innovative programs to help students in their pursuit of success and independent learning as they work toward achieving their academic as well as career goals. The Academic Link has recently added a new Testing Service for Stevenson's undergraduate students and provides accessible, secure test proctoring and exceptional customer service while ensuring the highest level of academic integrity. Students are encouraged to take approved make-up exams in our newly-developed testing center located on the Greenspring Campus.
First-Year Experience assists first-year students in making a smooth transition into Stevenson University. The mission of the office is to help students achieve academic success while also helping to ensure that students are satisfied with their choice to attend Stevenson University. The major programs coordinated by this office are Summer Orientation, the Summer Bridge Program, and First-Year Seminar. In addition, the office works with students on an individual basis to help them identify and address academic issues, concerns, or challenges. The First-Year Experience Office is located in the Office of Academic Support Services in DC 220.
The Developmental Education Program helps students achieve academic success by building skill-level proficiencies for life-long learning. The program focuses on reading and mathematics, the skills needed for success in college courses. The Director of Developmental Education is located on the second floor of Knott Hall.
The Library has two locations: one is in the Learning Resources Center on the Greensping campus, and the other is in the School of Business and Leadership on the Owings Mills campus. It is a vital part of Stevenson University life. The Library staff members are committed to assisting students and faculty with their research, teaching, and learning needs.
Disability Services are available to students at Stevenson University who have a disability as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
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Owings Mills Campus
Garrison Hall, Second Floor