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Our office began mailing merit-based award notifications to all eligible admitted students in December.

During this time of year, many students and families may begin to wonder what other financial opportunities are available in addition to potential awards from Stevenson. In addition to merit-based awards, eligible students can apply for SU's specialty scholarships including the Service and Leadership Scholars Programs, the Art and Design Scholarship, and the Founders’ Scholarship. Still looking for more scholarships?  Here are a few tips to help you apply for scholarships outside of Stevenson....Click here to read more.


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

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.

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.

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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