Center for Student Success
The brand new Center for Student Success is located in Garrison Hall South, on the Owings Mills campus, and is open to all students. This center serves as your one-stop location to access various services and resources that will help support your academic performance. At the Center for Student Success, we support Stevenson’s core values and make it our goal to help you achieve academic success.
If you need assistance choosing a major, tutoring for a class, or any other type of academic guidance, the Center for Student Success is your number one resource. Stop by during our office hours, and let’s get started improving your academic and professional future today!
Office of Student Success
The Office of Student Success is dedicated to the academic achievement, support, and engagement of all Stevenson University students. Located in Garrison Hall South, within the Center for Student Success, this office provides a variety of academic programming, resources, and services to support students’ needs. Programs and services that students will receive include:
- Academic and Pre-Health Professions Advising
- First-Year Experience
- Student Success Coaching
- Student Support Services
- Office of Disability Services
The Office of Student Success will consistently meet students where they are to develop and strengthen academic and professional skills that will promote a successful life of learning and accomplishment at Stevenson and beyond.
The John L. Stasiak Academic Link
The John L. Stasiak Academic Link supports Stevenson University's commitment to cultivating a rich learning environment where students thrive. By taking advantage of these resources, students will be better prepared when completing assignments, tests, quizzes, and projects. Services that students will receive include:
Experiential Learning Center
At Stevenson, your coursework provides you with theoretical and technical knowledge and skills. Experiential learning takes it a step further by helping you to apply what you've learned in the classroom to real world situations. Students can connect with the following organizations: