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The Orientation and Welcome Leaders (OWLs) are a group of 16 current Stevenson undergraduates who serve as orientation assistants for incoming students and tour guides for prospective students throughout the summer. They are successful students selected through a competitive process designed to find dynamic campus leaders with a collaborative spirit. OWLs represent a wide variety of academic and extracurricular interests, but what brings them together is a desire to share their love for Stevenson with new Mustangs. They live and work together on campus from May through August and often cook each other dinner. You can follow their shenanigans on Instagram @stevenson_owls and learn more about them at stevenson.edu/OWLs

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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 contributors are Orientation & Welcome Leaders, Anthony Plagg '20 and Sarah Healy '18. Anthony is a public history major from New Egypt, NJ and Sarah is a middle school education major from Hebron, CT.

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Members of the 2016 SU Relay for Life Committee. Sarah is second from the left....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, Aleesia Medina'19 and Vaniah Hall '19. Aleesia is a Nursing major from Eastampton, NJ, and Vaniah is a Digital Marketing major from Upper Marlboro, MD.

An “Orientation and Welcome Leader” at Stevenson University, is a fun summer job, that comes with great responsibility. Our positions have connected us with current students and incoming freshmen, who we might not have met otherwise. Although freshmen and parents are left in awe by our song and dance, there’s a lot more to being an OWL than just an amazing remix to Bruno Mars. We will give you an exclusive backstage pass to a Stevenson University Mustang Day!...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 – Words from the Wise.

This week's "Words from the Wise" contributor is Senior Orientation & Welcome Leader, Peter Appiah, Jr. '19. Peter is a Legal Studies major from Silver Spring, MD.

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The 2017 Orientation & Welcome Leaders...Click here to read more.

Editor’s Note: This post is part of our summer series for incoming students and their families, “Words from the Wise”. Throughout the summer, we’ll be featuring a post by one or more of our Orientation & Welcome Leaders (OWLs).

This week's "Words from the Wise" contributor is Orientation & Welcome Leader, Nia Bourne ‘17. Nia is a Nursing major from Catonsville, MD. 

I hope everyone is enjoying their summer and beginning to get mentally prepared to start learning (and retaining) information again! I want everyone’s first year at Stevenson to be smooth, easy breezy, and educationally beneficial, so I have complied a few tips and tricks in order to help you master your college courses and activities. These tips have truly helped me to successfully progress to my senior year in the Nursing program (shout out to my fellow Nursing majors), but these tips can do wonders for students of any major....Click here to read more.

Editor’s Note: This post is part of our summer series for incoming students and their families, “Words from the Wise”. Throughout the summer, we’ll be featuring a post by one or more of our Orientation & Welcome Leaders (OWLs).

This week's "Words from the Wise" contributor is Orientation & Welcome Leader, Ally Herr ‘18. Ally is an Early Childhood Education major from Lancaster, PA.    

     Everyone says college is the best four years of your life: it’s when you receive an education, build lifelong friendships, countless shenanigans that make the best memories, but most importantly you are supposed to find yourself.  However, none of this is just handed to you with your room key during freshman orientation.  One of the most important pieces of advice I could give to the incoming freshmen would be to get involved in everything Stevenson has to offer.  No one but you can build the memories or friendships or career that everyone wants from college and not many of those things are going to happen if you are sitting in your room waiting for exciting things to happen to you.  You have to pursue what sparks interest inside of you to find the incredible experience everyone talks about in college. ...Click here to read more.

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