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Kelly is Stevenson's Assistant Vice President & Director of Admissions and has worked in the Admissions Office since 2002. In her job she oversees the application review process and recruitment activities for prospective freshman, communication to prospective students, and campus visits. Kelly is a former president of the Potomac and Chesapeake Association for College Admission Counseling (www.pcacac.org).

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Earlier this year Stevenson announced a series of tuition giveaway drawings for students accepted for the fall 2017 freshman class. The eligibility criteria and prize details for those drawings are outlined at stevenson.edu/tuitiongiveaway. The winner of the first drawing was announced in a previous post.  The final qualifying visit for our last two drawings was Accepted Students' Day on Saturday, April 1 and the winners are being posted on the blog today.

And our winners are...

Giveaway 2 - October Open House
Heavenly Cruz
Constitution High School (PA)

Giveaway 3 - November Open House
Sierra McGee
North County High School (MD)

Giveaway 4 - Apply by December 1 and visit after being accepted
Imani Kassembe
Laurel High School (MD)

Giveaway 5 - Apply by February 1 and visit after being accepted
Julia Richardson
St. Michael's High School (MD)

Congratulations to our winners! The Admissions Office will be reaching out to each of you to discuss your prize.

A few of our admit packets stuffed and ready to mail.

October is always a very busy month in Admissions. We're in the throes of what we call "travel season," the 10-12 weeks we spend each fall visiting hundreds of high schools, interviewing students at coffee and sandwich shops, and representing the university at college fairs. Traveling doesn't mean life stops in the office, though; and with many students having already applied for fall 2017 we've begun reviewing applications. Stevenson has a rolling admissions process with specific deadlines for scholarship consideration. We read applications in the order they are completed and students can expect a decision within three to four weeks. We always send our first decisions the week of October 15 and we'll send a new round of decision letters every Friday until the admission cycle comes to a close. So, despite our packed agendas, application review is underway and today we sent our first offers of admission for the Class of 2021.

To learn more about our application process or submit your own application, visit stevenson.edu/apply.

Keep these upcoming scholarship deadlines in mind:
Presidential Fellowship (full-tuition; separate application also required): November 1
Priority Scholarship Consideration (receive decision by Dec. 25): December 1
Service Scholars, Leadership Scholars, and Art & Design Scholarships: January 15
Final Scholarship Consideration: February 1

All high school juniors and seniors who attended our Open House on September 24, 2016 were entered to win either a free semester in a Stevenson suite (juniors) or one year free of tuition, fees, room and board (seniors). Winners were selected at random from a list of all attendees who checked in by 9:00 a.m.

Congratulations:

Gabriella Makowiecki, North Harford High School (Class of 2018 - suite winner)
Christabelle Agyapong, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (Class of 2017 - tuition winner)

Your admissions counselor will be calling you soon to congratulate you and provide additional details.

Didn't win? Seniors who apply by December 1, are admitted, and then visit after being admitted are entered into a drawing for tuition, room and board. That winner will be announced following our Accepted Students' Day in April. Full details on our giveaways are at stevenson.edu/tuitiongiveaway. Check out upcoming campus visit events and register at stevenson.edu/visit.

Buying college textbooks for the first time is both exciting and daunting. Our Admissions Office has worked with our University Store on answers to the questions we hear most often from new students. Read on to learn how to search for and purchase your required textbooks. The dates listed here are specific to the fall 2016 semester....Click here to read more.

Earlier this year Stevenson announced a tuition giveaway drawing for two students accepted for the fall 2016 freshman class. There were two drawings. To be eligible for the first drawing, students had to apply by our priority scholarship deadline of December 1, be accepted to Stevenson for the fall, and then visit the university for an Admissions-sponsored visit event after being admitted. To be eligible for the second drawing, students had to apply by our final scholarship deadline of February 1, be accepted to Stevenson for the fall, and then visit the university for an Admissions-sponsored visit event after being admitted. The final qualifying visit event was Accepted Students' Day on Saturday, April 2 and winners are being posted here on the blog today! Students who qualified for the first drawing were automatically qualified for the second drawing. Full drawing details are posted at stevenson.edu/tuitiongiveaway

We had 775 students who qualified to be included in our first drawing and 1,023 who qualified to be in the second.

And our winners are:

Morgan DeColli
South Carroll High School
Mt. Airy, MD

Ashley Williams
Howard High School
Elkridge, MD

Congratulations to our winners! The Admissions Office will be reaching out to both of you to discuss your prize.
 

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