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Transfer Credit Evaluation

No matter where you started, find your home at Stevenson

Whether you are transferring from a community college or a four-year school, we are confident you will find your fit at Stevenson. Stevenson is committed to providing transfer students, who make up 30 percent of our student body, with a supportive community, exceptional experiences inside and outside the classroom, and clear educational and career pathways. With over 70 majors, minors, professional minors and tracks to choose from and with a 91 percent six-month job placement rate, transfer students continue to find a home at Stevenson, giving us one of the largest transfer populations of Maryland’s independent colleges and universities.

Seamless Transfer for Maryland Community College Students

To prepare Maryland community college students for a seamless transfer at any point in their educational journey, Stevenson has developed program-specific articulation agreements with many local community colleges. The transfer plans that are part of these agreements help ensure that you are taking the courses that will best meet your community college requirements and prepare you for your coursework at Stevenson. Please see our articulation webpage for additional details.

If you enter Stevenson with an A.A., A.S., or A.A.T. degree from a community college in Maryland, you will have met all of Stevenson’s general education requirements. (A second composition course is required if you haven’t already taken an equivalent course at your community college). General education block transfer is of great value because it allows you to focus on coursework in your major once you get to Stevenson, provides you with more flexibility in course scheduling, and helps ensure timely completion of your bachelor’s degree. Please contact the Admissions Office to discuss how this block transfer option could benefit you.

Stevenson also participates in the Articulation System for Maryland Colleges and Universities (ARTSYS), which allows students in Maryland community colleges to determine how individual courses transfer to Stevenson and to look at recommended transfer plans. Community college students should also work with their transfer counselors to help select classes that will optimize credit transfer. For more information about the credit evaluation process, see Transfer Evaluation.

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