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Mailing Address:
Residence Life
Stevenson University
Ratcliffe Community Center
100 Campus Circle
Owings Mills, Maryland 21117-7804

Office Address:
Ratcliffe Community Center
10945 Boulevard Circle
Owings Mills, MD 21117-7804

Phone:
443-334-2588 (local)
1-877-468-6852 (toll free)

Where are we?
The Office of Residence Life is located in the Ratcliffe Community Center on the Owings Mills campus, and is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Center's front desk is opened and staffed extended hours during the regular school year.

  

Living On Campus

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    With all the comforts of home, you will surely find your fit. Our state-of-the-art residence halls are move-in ready, we are just waiting for you.
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An intentional first-year community has been designed to assist students in their transition to Stevenson. All first-year students will be assigned to this community and live in two-room suites shared by up to four students. Each suite is comprised of two bedrooms and one bathroom.

This year we are excited to be offering, for the first time ever, a dedicated number of single rooms in our first-year community. First-year students will have the opportunity to select a double ($8,446), a "B room*" single ($9,646), or an "A room" single ($9,946). Single rooms will be assigned on a space available basis. *The "B room" is slightly smaller than the "A room".

Please note that all residential students will be charged for a double room on their first bill from Stevenson, which goes out in mid-June. If you request and are assigned to a single room, the additional charge will appear on the second bill.

Our Residential Life and Housing staff will be available to answer questions about how roommate requests will be coordinated with requests for single spaces. Please contact Residence Life directly at 443-334-2588 with any questions.


Take advantage of everything Stevenson has to offer.

Living on campus opens you to all of the experiences Stevenson University has to offer. Beyond our rigorous academic curriculum and career preparation programs, we have created a warm, welcoming environment for our students to develop through personal interaction and a variety of campus programs.

Our students are active leaders in our community. Students and staff partner to plan engaging programs, promote responsible decision-making, and resolve conflict. We believe in supporting the complete student that grows both personally and academically in their time here at Stevenson.

Resident students must be enrolled full-time, maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA, and adhere to the Stevenson code of behavior for student housing. Space is limited. Accepted students are encouraged to commit to living on campus as soon as possible. 
 


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Suite Living

Few colleges can compare to the residential living Stevenson provides. From day one, students move into suite-style residences with private bathrooms, closets and a kitchenette that includes a microwave and minifridge. With access to dining, activities and athletic events, students are never short on something to do. 

All students that live in the residence halls are permitted to have a car on campus and can even park in the lots next to their building. Shuttle service is provided between campuses to make getting to and from class easy. 
Learn more about Suite Living


Campus RecreationApartment Living

If our suite-style residences are among the best in the region, nobody can match our on-campus apartments. The apartment-style residences include private bedrooms, two bathrooms, a full kitchen including a stove, oven, dishwasher, full refrigerator and pantry. 

A spacious, fully-furnished living room gives students space to stretch out and spend time with friends. Stevenson strives to give students the comfort of home as they grow and develop, socially and academically. 
Learn more about Apartment Living


A Safe and Secure Campus

Stevenson's campus security staff is committed to providing a safe environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Security personnel are either off-duty or retired Baltimore County Police officers or Maryland State Troopers.

Frequently Asked Questions

The transition to college life is a major change for students and parents. You likely have hundreds of questions running through your mind.

Let us answer them for you.

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Student Activities

There is always something going on at Stevenson University. From clubs and organizations, to athletics and rec sports, to events and programs, you can find something to do on campus every night of the week. 

Find out how you can get involved here at SU.