Katie is one of three Assistant Directors of Admission and has worked at Stevenson since 2012. She works with Maryland students from select Baltimore County high schools (New Town, Franklin, Pikesville, Owings Mills) and Montgomery County. She also works with out of state students from Virginia, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, and Louisiana.
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Have questions about the admissions office? Don’t hesitate to reach out to your admissions representative. We are here to help!
Last year’s Accepted Students’ Day was a huge hit with our current freshmen and their families. Take a look at everything that happened on campus this time last year.
This Saturday, April 1, the Stevenson community is excited to be welcoming you and your family to Accepted Students’ Day! From Admissions to the Fine School of the Sciences, Student Activities to the Office of Student Success, we cannot wait to meet you and congratulate you on your acceptance to the University. At ASD, you’ll have a chance to meet your future classmates, roommates, and their families as well. Whether your family is visiting for the first time or has attended other Stevenson events, we think you'll find Accepted Students' Day a valuable experience. Want to know all the many things you can do while you’re here on Saturday? Check out the full schedule.
If you haven’t had a chance to register for Accepted Students’ Day yet, don’t worry. You can still register online. We look forward to having the chance to welcome you to campus to explore everything SU has to offer.
Already made your college decision? Visit stevenson.edu/letusknow to make your choice official! Submit your enrollment form, deposit, and housing reservation form (if living on campus) to SU by May 1 to join the Stevenson University Class of 2021. #beamustang #SU2021
Shaylah and her mom during freshman move-in last fall
Over the past few weeks, we have shared information and advice for students considering joining the Stevenson Class of 2021. Now, we want to take a moment to highlight a current student who is nearing the end of their freshman year on campus....Click here to read more.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, commonly referred to as FAFSA, is the federal form that Stevenson uses to determine eligibility for need-based Federal grants, student loans, work-study, many State of Maryland scholarships and grants, and the Stevenson need-based grant. The 2017-2018 FAFSA became available online on October 1. Haven’t submitted the FAFSA yet? Not a problem, it is still available and Stevenson’s priority deadline to submit the FAFSA is February 15.
To officially sign and submit the FAFSA online, students and parents (if you are a dependent student) must have a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID). If you don't already have a FSA ID, apply for one now online. To ensure Stevenson receives your FAFSA you must include our federal school code, 002107.
Freshman award letters were mailed starting in mid-January and new awards are sent on a weekly basis. If you have any questions about financial aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office by calling 443-334-3200 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stevenson University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available directly at stevenson.edu/clery. This report provides a detailed description of campus safety policies and procedures and includes crime statistics for the last three years. You may request a paper copy of this report by contacting Stevenson University’s Security Office at 443-352-4500.
You’ll immediately feel like you belong at SU. Whether you live on campus, commute, or connect online, there are many ways to get involved in University life.