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Transfer Students

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. We know how important it is for you to earn a degree that will put you on the path to a successful career. With 91 percent of our graduates employed or in graduate school within six months of earning a degree, according to a recent survey, we are confident you will find your fit at Stevenson.

Application Process

Transfer Application Process

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.

How to Transfer

Transfer as a STAR

Application and Admission Requirements

Transfer Credit Center

Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate

CLEP Equivalencies at Stevenson University

Paying for College

Paying for College

We are proud to offer a collection of scholarship opportunities specifically designed to assist transfer students in completing their degrees.

Tuition & Fees

Transfer Fellowship

Seven Oaks Scholarship

Additional Scholarships for Transfer Students

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Plan a Visit

Visit Transfers

Set aside time to visit our beautiful, suburban campuses outside of Baltimore to see for yourself why Stevenson University is the place for you. 

Plan Your Visit

Sign Up for a Campus Visit

Register for an Open House

Register for a Transfer Tuesday

Register for an Instant Decision Day

Register for a Closer Look at Nursing

Register for a Veteran Tuesday

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.

Have a Question?

Contact Admissions
Undergraduate Admissions
Owings Mills Campus
Garrison Hall North, Second Floor

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We will help you identify your strengths and passions and show you how they can translate into a successful academic experience and career path.

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