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Enrollment Deposit & Housing Profile Form

Once you have decided to enroll at Stevenson, please submit your Enrollment Intent Form (paper or online) and $300 deposit. For the fall semester, the enrollment deposit is non-refundable after May 1, and for the spring semester, the enrollment deposit is non-refundable after December 1. The enrollment deposit will be applied to your tuition bill for the respective semester.

Stevenson accepts payment via check, money order, or credit card (use the SU Credit Card Payment Form in your acceptance packet or submit payment online). Checks and money orders should be made payable to Stevenson University. Funds from financial aid may not be applied to your enrollment deposit.

If you will not be enrolling at Stevenson, please complete the Accepted Student Withdrawal Form.

Note: It is not mandatory for transfer and readmitted students who plan to commute to send the deposit. Freshmen who plan to commute must still send the $300 deposit.

If you intend to live on-campus, you must also submit the Housing Profile Form (paper or online). Housing is limited and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you have applied for financial aid and have not received your award letter as of the deposit deadline, you may request an extension until you have been notified of your financial aid award. This is uncommon and typically only affects students who apply late for financial aid. Contact Sue Rubino, Director of Enrollment Operations, at 443-352-4404 or to request an extension or for any other questions.

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