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You might have heard an admissions representative say, “My territory is…” or “I am the territory manager for…”, but what does that mean? At Stevenson each member of the freshman staff is assigned a group of students to work with from the college search process through the enrollment process. Staff are assigned to work with students based on high school, county, or state and this is referred to as their territory. That means they will be visiting high schools and attending college fairs in their designated territory as well as reviewing those students’ applications and signing their decision letters. Below you will find a list of our current staff as well as their assigned territories and a fun fact about them....Click here to read more.

One of the best parts of working in Admissions is getting to meet our prospective students. Throughout the fall our staff members (we call them counselors or admissions representatives), travel the country to visit with students at high schools and community colleges and attend college fairs. From now through Thanksgiving, Stevenson admissions counselors will visit over 500 high schools and attend about 300 college fairs, mostly on the east coast.

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Editor’s Note: Throughout the summer we’ll be featuring a post by one or more of our Orientation & Welcome Leaders (OWLs). The OWLs are current undergraduates at Stevenson who serve as orientation assistants for incoming students and tour guides for prospective students throughout the summer. As their name suggests, the OWLs are very wise and will be offering valuable and timely advice to the Class of 2021. We hope you enjoy this summer series on the Admissions Blog.

Our contributors for the final "Words from the Wise" post are the Senior Orientation & Welcome Leaders. Avery Engel ’19 is a Criminal Justice major from Lutherville, MD. Priscilla Williams ’18 is a Visual Communication Design major from Mechanicsburg, PA. Meg Hren ’18 is a Human Services major from Halethorpe, MD. Peter Appiah, Jr. ’19 is a Legal Studies major from Silver Spring, MD.

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Editor’s Note: Throughout the summer we’ll be featuring a post by one or more of our Orientation & Welcome Leaders (OWLs). The OWLs are current undergraduates at Stevenson who serve as orientation assistants for incoming students and tour guides for prospective students throughout the summer. As their name suggests, the OWLs are very wise and will be offering valuable and timely advice to the Class of 2021. We hope you enjoy this summer series on the Admissions Blog.

This week's contributor is Orientation & Welcome Leader, Erin Skoda '18. Erin is a Criminal Justice major from Nottingham, MD.

The first day of classes is only a few days away and I am sure many of you are filled with a mix of excitement and anxiety. It is normal to be nervous about the start of college. You will be in a new academic environment and many of you also will be living away from home for the first time (check out this post for tips for living on campus). Below are my tips for adjusting to college life. These strategies have helped me balance academics with my multiple involvements and on campus jobs.  ...Click here to read more.

Editor’s Note: Throughout the summer we’ll be featuring a post by one or more of our Orientation & Welcome Leaders (OWLs). The OWLs are current undergraduates at Stevenson who serve as orientation assistants for incoming students and tour guides for prospective students throughout the summer. As their name suggests, the OWLs are very wise and will be offering valuable and timely advice to the Class of 2021. We hope you enjoy this summer series on the Admissions Blog.

This week's contributors are Orientation & Welcome Leaders, Erin Skoda '18, Kia Dickerson ‘18 and Sydnie Washington '20. Erin is a Criminal Justice major from Nottingham, MD, Kia is a Middle School Education major from Baltimore, MD, and Sydnie is a Biochemistry major from White Marsh, MD.

Kia (right) with her sophomore and junior year roommate, Andrea...Click here to read more.

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