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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.

After weeks of file review and a very extensive selection meeting, our office has chosen the Presidential Fellowship finalists and notifications will be mailed in mid-December.  Students who applied for the Presidential Fellowship, our full-tuition scholarship program, needed to submit all admission materials and the separate Presidential Fellowship application by November 1....Click here to read more.

Presidential Fellowship Review

At the beginning of this and last week, each staff member received a stack of Presidential Fellowship files to review. Some students also submit portfolios as part of the application.

Everyone on the freshman admissions team has a stack of files on his or her desk right now that looks like this. These brightly colored files can only mean one thing - Presidential Fellowship review is underway! When students apply to the university all their documents are scanned and we read those applications online as opposed to using actual paper files. For a variety of reasons, though, we do things differently for Presidential Fellowship, our full-tuition scholarship program. The application deadline for the Presidential Fellowship for fall 2016 was November 1....Click here to read more.

Presidential Fellowship Committee

The selection committee met for hours to determine which students would be selected as the final 10 recipients.

The Presidential Fellowship, our full-tuition scholarship program, process begins in early fall with interested students needing to submit all admission materials and the separate Presidential Fellowship application by November 1. This year over 200 students applied for the Presidential Fellowship. Marty Schmidt, Assistant Director of Admissions, coordinates the initial review process for the program. ...Click here to read more.

Scholarship Letters

Our office began mailing merit-based award notifications to all eligible admitted students last week.

If a student submits all admission materials by December 1, we guarantee they will receive an admission decision and, if eligible, an official scholarship award by December 25. Our final scholarship consideration deadline is February 1. Decision letters are sent every Friday and our first award notifications were sent last week. During this time of year, many students and families may begin to wonder what other financial opportunities are available in addition to potential merit-based awards from Stevenson.  Eligible students can apply for SU's Service Scholarship and schedule their Founders' Scholarship Interview.  Still looking for more scholarships?  Here are a few tips to help you apply for scholarships outside of Stevenson....Click here to read more.

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