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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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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 2018-2019 FAFSA is available online now and students and families will be able to use 2016 income and tax data to complete the form. 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.

Stevenson’s priority deadline to submit the FAFSA is February 15. If you have any questions about financial aid you can contact the Financial Aid Office by calling 443-334-3200 or emailing financial-aid@stevenson.edu.

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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Have questions about the admissions office? Don’t hesitate to reach out to your admissions representative. We are here to help!

Attending a Summer Discovery Day is the best way to picture yourself at Stevenson University....Click here to read more.

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