The next step toward reaching your potential.
Stevenson works hard to provide a transfer-friendly environment for students changing schools. Approximately 30 percent of our student body is comprised of transfer students, making Stevenson one of the largest transfer populations among Maryland's independent universities. Whether you are transferring from a community college or another four-year institution, our staff will work with you in the transition.
Speak to an Admissions Counselor
Our counselors are available to answer all of your questions about the University, our programs, and the admissions application process.
Application and Admission Requirements
Transfer and international transfer students have a modified application and admissions process, differing from the high school applicants. This includes different required materials and recommended deadlines.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Aid
Determining the best way to pay for and finance your education is a critical step to consider before enrolling in a degree program. Stevenson is committed to ensuring an accessible education that will provide you with the skills needed to succeed in career of your choice. In a recent survey, 92 percent of Stevenson graduates reported that they were employed or entering a graduate or professional school within six months of earning their degree.
We are proud to offer a collection of scholarship opportunities specifically designed to assist transfer students in completing their degrees. Our generous Transfer Scholarships and Transfer Fellowship programs are merit-based awards provided to high-achieving students. In addition to our scholarship programs, other financial aid support is available to help in financing your education.
Please note that you are not considered a transfer student unless you have graduated from high school or obtained a GED and have attended another college or university. High school students who have taken college credits before receiving a high school diploma are considered freshman students.
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