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The Stevenson Fund: Annual Giving

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    Help our Students Succeed

    Tuition covers only 72 percent of a Stevenson education. Gifts to the Stevenson Fund by alumni, parents, and others help make up the difference.

Each year, tuition covers about two-thirds of the actual cost of educating a Stevenson student. The Stevenson Fund, our annual giving program, bridges the gap between tuition and other income and the actual cost of educating our students.

That means we rely heavily on the generosity of alumni, family, and friends to keep the fund – and the university – strong.  

Reasons to Give

  • Someone helped you.
  • You can now help someone else.
  • Your gifts meet genuine student needs.
  • Your gift makes Stevenson stronger.
  • Your gift can be directed to areas and programs about which you care the most.

Gifts Add Up

Every gift to the Stevenson Fund makes a difference to our students.

Gifts from alumni, parents, faculty, staff, corporations, and friends add up to tens of thousands of dollars for financial aid, academics, and more. These gifts—in all sizes—are critical to educating our students.

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Direct Your Gift

You can decide how your gift helps students at Stevenson University. Learn about the various areas you can direct your gift to in order to help our student succeed. 

  • Greatest Need

    The university does its best to plan for every possibility, but emergencies do happen. By supporting the area of greatest need, you help provide emergency financial assistance, make unplanned facility repairs, or help respond to other unforeseen needs.

  • Scholarships and Financial Aid

    While the university does its best to meet the financial needs of our students, gaps do exist. From merit-based scholarships to gap scholarships to emergency funding, gifts in support of scholarships can change a student’s life.

  • Academics

    The university responds to the changing needs of the marketplace and develops programs to meet the needs and interests of our students in order to maintain our signature, career-focused education. As quickly as the world around us changes, so do the needs of our faculty to ensure top-notch instruction and provide innovative opportunities to learn. Supporting Academics means providing the university with the ability to be nimble in our work and approach throughout the year.

  • Campus Life and Programs

    To maintain a high level of engagement and involvement with our students, the university always looks for new and innovative ways to support and nurture our students outside of the classroom. Whether on the athletic field, in the art gallery, or around fellow students learning dance, meditation, or study skills, Stevenson creates opportunity for our students to thrive and always looks for ways to provide the resources to help build innovative ideas and foundational opportunities. Supporting campus life and programs ensures that students can join, create, and build.

  • The Mary Tourney Emergency Book Fund

    Many Stevenson students can’t keep up with the soaring cost of textbooks. While our students have the drive to succeed in their classes, many are at risk to fall behind their classmates simply because they can’t afford to buy the required books.

    The Mary Tourney Emergency Book Fund helps solve this problem. Established in 2003, it provides Stevenson students the financial support they need in order to purchase their textbooks.

    Learn More About the Mary Tourney Emergency Book Fund 

 
 

Have a Question?

Contact the Office of
University Advancement
Stevenson University
1525 Greenspring Valley Rd.
Stevenson, MD 21153
443-334-2229
 

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www.stevenson.edu/GiveToSU

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443-334-2229

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Complete and send this gift form along with a check or money order to:

Stevenson University
Office of University Advancement
1525 Greenspring Valley Road
Stevenson, MD 21153-0641
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Alumni Relations
Greenspring Campus
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Allison Humphries
Assistant Director
(443) 334-2063
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