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Launch, run, and build your own creative business. Students majoring in Fashion Design can prepare to launch their own innovative enterprise with a professional minor in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development.

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Visual Arts & Design Portfolios

Students planning to major in Fashion Design, Film & Moving Image, and Visual Communication design are allowed to submit a portfolio of work to enhance their application and to be considered for talent-based scholarships.

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Fashion Design & Merchandising News


The Fashion Department welcomes all new students and welcomes back our returning students. We hope that everyone had a wonderful summer break! 

Exciting Fall News:

  • Former Fashion Technician, Ms. Leah Aronhime, has been hired as the full-time Fashion Design Studio Manager.
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We are delighted to announce that recent graduate, Ms. Katie Ellsworth, has secured a position as a Production Development Assistant with Paul Francis Designs LLC, which is located in Maryland. In this position, Katie will work on computer aided pattern manipulation and creation. She will also assist the head designer in crafting flats, tech packs, hangtags, and cutting....Learn More













































We are delighted to announce that Stevenson University’s Fashion Design program was rated among the top 15 fashion schools on the East Coast according to Please read the wonderful press release

Below is the link to the Press Release, which was developed by the University that provides the details of our exciting ranking!

Information about the rankings can be found here:

Other related information about the selection process and the company can be found by going to links below:


The Fashion Department would like to welcome our newest adjunct professor, Min Cheung! She began teaching in the Fashion Design Department last spring, where she used her prior skills and knowledge from various fashion companies, such as 180s, to teach our Product Development Class.  During the fall semester Min will be instructing the students in the Garment Construction class.

Before she began teaching at a college level, part of her job responsibilities included boarding new hires and teaching them how to do their job efficiently while giving them the tools and knowledge on how to do the work correctly. Min’s many years of experience instructing and guiding new hires has given her the confidence to peruse teaching.

During my interview with Min, she told me that she “learned a lot this year by teaching the Product Development class.”  Teaching the Product Development class was her first time teaching at the college level.  Here she discovered that it is important to show students multiple ways of doing something, since everyone learns and comprehends information differently.

Min told me that she had, “great students this year! They were really interested in the class work and lectures, which made it easy for me to teach them.” She went on to say that, “every student I’ve met here at Stevenson is smart, dedicated, and passionate about his or her work. It shows in the questions they ask and in the work that they produce. I feel lucky that my first teaching experience has been here at Stevenson.”

Starting this fall, Min will be teaching Garment Construction.  As a Technical Designer she spent a lot of time working on garment construction with factories and working out intricate details on new ways to build garments. This class goes back to basics and Min hopes that everyone who takes Garment Construction builds a great foundation to take with them into their future endeavors. “I have some really excellent people here at Stevenson to help support me in teaching this class, so I’m confident that it will be another great success.”

We look forward to working with and learning from you, Min!!



The wonderful store, "A Fabric Place" located off of Falls Road carries an array of exquisite fabrics and notions. The prices might be a bit high, but the owners, Jonathan and Michael will give you a generous discount. Please mention that you are a SU student.

From the Owings Mills campus, you can take the Metro to Falls Road. If you need a ride from the Metro to the store, an employee of the company will come and pick you up and drive you to the store, and then back to the Metro after you have completed your purchases. If you need transportation from the Metro to the store, please give them a call beforehand, and arrange for this service.

We would to thank student, Ms. Jasmine Ward, for speaking to the owners and making the travel arrangements for our students.


A Fabric Place

6324 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21209

(410) 828-6777


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