Accepted Student Profile - Freshmen
Each year Stevenson University receives thousands of applications for admission into our freshman class. Stevenson employs a selective admission process whereby we consider a student's academic transcript including coursework and grades, writing ability, extracurricular and community activities, letters of recommendation, and standardized test scores (SAT and/or ACT).
For the fall 2015 semester, we received 5,754 applications and offered admission to 60 percent of those who applied. Below you will find a brief academic profile for those students who applied and were admitted this year, as well as a geo-demographic profile of undergraduate student body.
Average Admitted Students
SAT mid 50% range: 1390-1660
ACT mid 50% range: 19-24
22 States, Puerto Rico, and Washington, D.C.
American or Alaskan Native: 1.3%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: <1%
Unknown/Not Reported: 4.8%
Additionally, 6.5% of the freshman class identifies as Hispanic while also being represented in one of the categories above.
Gender: Female — 62%, Male — 38%
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