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We started mailing our first admit packets in early October and have stayed busy reviewing students for admission to the Class of 2022. (If you are still applying, that’s ok. The final scholarship consideration deadline is February 1). As students begin to receive their decisions, they start to think about where they would like to attend college. Deciding where to enroll may seem overwhelming. You will probably want to visit schools in the spring to help guide your decision. Whether you are visiting Stevenson for the first or fifth time, we offer visit opportunities for almost every interest and schedule!

Overnight Visits allow students to immerse themselves in the SU culture and learn what it’s like to be a student here. During the visit, students will spend a night in a freshman residence hall, attend class, have dinner in the Rockland Marketplace, and much more. The Overnight Visit Dates are Sunday, February 11 – Monday, February 12, Sunday, March 4 – Monday, March 5, and Sunday, April 8 – Monday, April 9. Find more information or request an Overnight Visit date at

Editor’s Note: Throughout the year we’ll be highlighting current students in a Student Spotlight. Each post will feature a student responding to questions and prompts about their Stevenson experience. We hope you enjoy this series and get a sense of why our students think it’s an exciting time to be a Mustang.

Today’s Student Spotlight is Erin Stephey ’19 a Marketing major from Sykesville, MD.

Student Spotlight: Erin ...Click here to read more.

Open House

Admissions Open House events bring an influx of prospective students and families to the Stevenson campus to explore what life is like at SU and gain valuable information from various departments. On Saturday, October 14, Stevenson hosted the second open house of the fall. Below you will find some pictures of the event as well as insight into how it all comes together....Click here to read more.

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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