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Owings Mills Campus
Garrison Hall North, Second Floor
For School Counselors
School Counselors are a vital part of the college search and application process. This site will provide you with the resources to help your college-bound students learn about Stevenson and have the information needed when applying.
If you need more assistance, please call the Undergraduate Admissions Office at 1-877-468-6852 or find the contact information for your specific counselor under Contact Our Office.
Winter Counselor Update - Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Our staff is here to assist you and your students throughout the application and enrollment process. Feel free to reach out to our staff if you have specific questions about a student, general questions about SU, questions about submitting documents, or if you would like us to visit your school. Have a question? Find your counselor’s contact information.
Information about campus tours and virtual visit opportunities are available here.
If you work with transfer students and would like to arrange a visit with our transfer staff, contact Dave Copenhaver, Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions, at 443-352-4409 and email@example.com.
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To stay informed with what’s new at Stevenson, join our mailing list or update your contact information. You can expect to hear from our office 3-4 times a year with updates to help you counsel students and invitations to our various events.
The Admissions Office hosts various programs throughout the school year for both local and out of state high school counselors.
Individual Counselor Visits
The Admissions Office offers individual visits for school counselors in the spring. The agenda is personalized and can include lunch with staff and current students as well as meetings with faculty. Individual counselor visits can be offered as overnight or day visits. For more information, contact Morgan Belcher, Senior Admissions Counselor, at 443-352-4454 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designed as day programs, Counselor Updates are held twice a year. During the program, counselors have the opportunity to meet with admissions staff and current students and take a tour of campus. For more information, contact Sydney Kominos, Admissions Counselor, at 443-352-4458 or email@example.com.
The Crab Crawl is an annual spring tour of the 10 private colleges and universities in Maryland. This program is invitation only. To receive more information contact Katie Reynolds, Associate Director of Admissions, at 443-352-4408 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baltimore Collegetown & Gown
The Baltimore Collegetown & Gown is an annual fall tour of select private and public schools in the Baltimore area. To register for an invitation and for more information click here.
Group visits are currently not being scheduled. This page will be updated when group visits are available.
We welcome you to bring groups of students to campus for a visit. We can accommodate groups of up to 40 guests. Group visits typically begin at 9:30 a.m. on our Owings Mills Campus and are offered Monday - Friday. Space is limited and we ask you request your visit at least one month in advance.
We no longer provide lunch for group visits. Please make alternative plans for dining off campus.
To request a visit, please submit the following information:
Admission to Stevenson is selective and reserved for students who are prepared to meet the rigors of college-level work and whose personal characteristics make them a good fit for our community. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis throughout the year and decisions are released within 3-4 weeks of all materials being received. Territory managers review applications in addition to the Admissions Committee. The freshman application is available on August 1 for the following fall semester.
Stevenson University will be test-optional for the 2020-2021 freshman application cycle. Freshman applicants are not required to submit SAT or ACT test scores as part of the application process. Additionally, scores are not required for admission to Stevenson’s Honors, Nursing, or Biomedical Engineering programs. Test scores are also not required for merit-based scholarship review or any freshman scholarship program. Applicants may self-report scores as part of their application if they choose. This policy is only for the fall 2021 application cycle.
Documents can be submitted electronically through Naviance and the Common Application. We also accept transcripts electronically from high schools and community colleges that use the Electronic Transmission Transcript System. If you have questions about submitting materials, contact your admissions representative.
As a supplement to required documents, the Admissions Office will review additional recommendation letters, extracurricular activities resumes, and conduct admissions interviews. Our staff also welcomes calls on behalf of your students.
Presidential Fellowship: The Presidential Fellowship is a competitive full-tuition scholarship for high school seniors that requires a separate application due by December 1.
Founders' Scholarship: Awarded to incoming freshmen on the basis of a Founders’ Scholarship Interview, the Founders' Scholarship, in the amount of $2,000, is awarded in addition to another Stevenson University merit-based scholarship. Admitted students must meet the minimum GPA to qualify for an interview. Interviews must be completed by March 1.
Service Scholars: Service Scholars is a four year living-learning program for incoming freshmen who demonstrate an exceptional commitment to service. Students selected for Service Scholars will receive the $2,000 Founders’ Scholarship in addition to the $2,000 Service Scholarship on top of any previously awarded merit-based scholarship. The Specialty Scholarship application is due by January 15 and students must complete a Founders’ Interview by February 15.
Leadership Scholars: Leadership Scholars is a comprehensive initiative for incoming freshmen that offers participants the opportunity to engage in leadership education through personal exploration, community engagement, and collaborative problem solving. Students selected for Leadership Scholars will receive the $2,000 Founders’ Scholarship in addition to the $2,000 Leadership Scholarship on top of any previously awarded merit-based scholarship. The Specialty Scholarship application is due by January 15 and students must complete a Founders’ Interview by February 15.
Theatre and Media Performance Scholarship: The Theatre and Media Performance Scholarship is an audition-based scholarship for high school seniors and transfer students planning to major in Theatre and Media Performance. Admission materials are due by January 15. Audition must be completed by March 1.
Visual Arts Scholarship: The Visual Arts Scholarship is a portfolio competition for high school seniors planning to major in Fashion Design, Film and Moving Image, or Visual Communication Design. Applications are due by January 15.
Transfer Visual Arts Scholarship: The Transfer Visual Arts Scholarship is a portfolio competition for transfer students planning to major in Fashion Design, Film and Moving Image, or Visual Communication Design. Applications are due by March 31.
Transfer Theatre and Media Performance Scholarship: The Theatre and Media Performance Scholarship is an audition-based scholarship for transfer students planning to major in Theatre and Media Performance. Admission materials are due by March 1. Audition must be scheduled by March 1.
Seven Oaks Transfer Scholarship: Awarded to incoming transfer students on the basis of a Seven Oaks Interview, the Seven Oaks Scholarship, in the amount of $2,000, is awarded in addition to another Stevenson University merit-based scholarship. Students must meet the minimum credit and GPA to qualify for an interview.