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Community College Students & Graduates

As a partner of Stevenson University, your community college is offering you the opportunity to continue your education and achieve your goals. Stevenson partners with community colleges to enable their graduates to earn a bachelor’s degree at a preferred-tuition reduction. Graduates of partnered community colleges are eligible to qualify for numerous benefits.

Benefits you may be eligible to receive include:

  • Preferred-tuition reduction of 20 percent for School of Graduate and Professional Studies bachelor’s programs
  • Community college specific open houses, on-site instant decision days, education presentations, and transcript evaluations for all students and graduates
  • Dedicated and personal Enrollment Counselors with industry-specific knowledge of assigned partnership
  • Individual advising sessions with Student Success Coaches to help guide students from application to graduation

*Subject to change at any time. Amount is based on transfer credits.

  • Academic Partnerships

    Stevenson University's School of Graduate and Professional Studies is currently partnered with the following community colleges:

    • Baltimore City Community College (BCCC)
    • Blue Ridge Technical and Community College
    • Carroll Community College
    • Chesapeake College
    • College of Southern Maryland
    • Community Colleges of Baltimore County (CCBC)
    • Hagerstown Community College
    • Harford Community College
    • Howard Community College
    • Montgomery College
    • Prince George’s Community College 

    Preferred-tuition rate applies to only Nursing programs:

    • Anne Arundel Community College
    • Cecil Community College

    Don't see your community college listed?

    We're always looking for new partnerships. Please contact Andi Overton, Director of Business Development, to begin the discussion about your community college establishing a no-cost partnership.

  • Bachelor's & Master's Programs

    Stevenson University’s bachelor's and master's programs provide students with a career-focused education taught by accomplished faculty with extensive, real-world experience. Designed for working adults, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies programs offer online and evening courses with multiple start dates. Students have the opportunity to begin studies when they are ready and can choose the course schedule that works best for them.

    Students have the option to complete both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in a shorter time frame through Stevenson's bachelor’s to master’s (BS to MS) option. Qualified Students must apply for admission to the BS to MS Option during the first semester of their junior year.

    Bachelor's degree programs Master's degree programs*
    Business Administration Business & Technology Management
    Business Communication Communication Studies
    Business Information Systems Cyber Forensics
    Computer Information Systems Forensic Science
    Criminal Justice Forensic Studies
    Interdisciplinary Studies Healthcare Management
    Legal Studies Master of Arts in Teaching
    Nursing: RN to BS & RN to MS Nursing

    * Master's degree programs are not eligible for scholarships.

  • Resources

    Please click on the following links for more information:

    Financial Aid
    Upcoming visits to our partnered community colleges

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Partnerships are specific to each academic institution. Please use the form above to contact us for more information about your community college’s partnership.

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