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....Click here to read more.
Attending a Summer Discovery Day is the best way to picture yourself at Stevenson University....Click here to read more.
The grey skies have cleared and the sun is thawing everyone out. There are pink and yellow flowers popping up all over campus to say that spring is here and May 1 is right around the corner!...Click here to read more.
Last year’s Accepted Students’ Day was a huge hit with our current freshmen and their families. Take a look at everything that happened on campus this time last year.
This Saturday, April 1, the Stevenson community is excited to be welcoming you and your family to Accepted Students’ Day! From Admissions to the Fine School of the Sciences, Student Activities to the Office of Student Success, we cannot wait to meet you and congratulate you on your acceptance to the University. At ASD, you’ll have a chance to meet your future classmates, roommates, and their families as well. Whether your family is visiting for the first time or has attended other Stevenson events, we think you'll find Accepted Students' Day a valuable experience. Want to know all the many things you can do while you’re here on Saturday? Check out the full schedule.
If you haven’t had a chance to register for Accepted Students’ Day yet, don’t worry. You can still register online. We look forward to having the chance to welcome you to campus to explore everything SU has to offer.
Already made your college decision? Visit stevenson.edu/letusknow to make your choice official! Submit your enrollment form, deposit, and housing reservation form (if living on campus) to SU by May 1 to join the Stevenson University Class of 2021. #beamustang #SU2021
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