You, Your Student, and Stevenson

We have a phrase here at Stevenson—“It’s a great day to be a Mustang.Why?

First, we are a close-knit, caring community centered on supporting your student’s success from day one. Secondly, we provide exceptional experiences for your student in and out of the classroom, with numerous opportunities for your student to define their vision for a great college experience. Lastly, we connect your student with careers so that their hard work and focus in college pays off with a strong professional direction and career success.

As the parents and families of students, you play an integral role in the college experience. To learn more about the admissions process at Stevenson University, please complete the form to the right and you’ll be added to our contact list to receive information about academic programs, important deadlines for your prospective student, and opportunities to visit our campus.

Timeline: Applying to Stevenson

November 1
Presidential Fellowship Deadline

December 1
Priority Scholarship Consideration

January 15
Visual Arts Scholarship Application Deadline
Theatre and Media Performance Scholarship Application Deadline
Service and Leadership Scholars Application Deadline
Mock Trial Scholarship Application Deadline
School of the Sciences Scholarship Application Deadline

February 1
Final Scholarship Consideration Deadline

March 1
Deadline for Freshman Application Materials: Applications submitted after March 1 will be considered on a space-available basis.
Priority Deadline for Free Application for Federal Student Aid: Student should submit the FAFSA by this deadline even if you have not yet received your admission decision. SU’s federal school code is 002107. For more information, please see Financial Aid.

April 1

eSports Scholarship Application Deadline
Marching Band, Color Guard, and Dance Line Scholarship Application Deadline

May 1
Deposit Deadline – To reserve your space in the freshman class, the enrollment deposit is $300 and is non-refundable after May 1.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the grade appeal process?

A: There is an appeal process for students who wish to contest grades assigned by a faculty member. Click here to review the policy. Download the following appeal forms (must have SU Portal access):

Q: How can my student transfer credit from another institution?

A: For complete information on credit transfers, explore the transfer credit resource page.

Q: How does my student register for classes?

A: Registration is an exciting time at Stevenson when you will get the opportunity to select classes that will allow you to explore new topics, delve deeper into your field of study, and progress along the pathway to graduation. Click here to view the all-encompassing Registration Guide.

Q: What are the policies for final exams?

A: All students are required to take final examinations.

If a student misses an examination because of an emergency or illness, the student must contact the faculty member as soon as possible. If the student cannot reach the faculty member, the student should contact the Office of Student Success. The faculty member will work with the student to provide an opportunity for the student to take the examination at a rescheduled time. At that point, the student should contact The Academic Link to reschedule the examination.

Students will not be permitted to reschedule for reasons other than documented emergencies or illness. A student who is scheduled to take three or more exams in one day should contact the Registrar’s Office no later than the Monday of the last week of classes regarding rescheduling an exam. The Registrar’s Office will work with the student’s faculty to determine which exam will be rescheduled. Requests received after the Monday of the last week of classes cannot be accommodated.

Q: Where can I find a list of important academic dates?

A: A list of important dates can be found here.

Q: When is the Dean’s List available for viewing online?

A: The Dean’s List is posted within three weeks of the end of the fall and spring semesters.

Contacts & Quick Links

Call Athletics: (443) 352-4251

Q: Where can I see the Athletics Schedule or know when a game has been cancelled due to weather, etc.?

A: A complete Athletics Schedule can be found here. Cancellations will be posted there, as well as on various sports’ social media feeds.

Q: Who are the various coaches and how do I contact them?

A: A roster of all athletics faculty/staff can be located here. Each sports page also contains information on that sport’s coaches.

Q: Where can I see final scores?

A: The main page of the Athletics website has a schedule feature. Click “Results” to toggle to see final scores.

Q: What are the dates of Stevenson’s spring break?

A: For specific dates, check out our full list of important dates.

Q: What are the dates of Stevenson’s winter break?

A: For specific dates, check out our full list of important dates.

Q: When is commencement?

A: For specific dates, check out our full list of important dates.

Q: Where can I find what Arts and Cultural Events are taking place on and around campus?

A: The Arts Alive! calendar details art, theatre, and music events.

Contacts & Quick Links

Call the Career Connection Center: 443-352-4477

Q: How can I learn more about the various career services available to my student?

A: Learn more by visiting the Stevenson Career Connection Center.

Contact the Office of Information Technology

Phone: 443-334-3000
Toll-free 1-866-344-8190

Q: How can my student submit a Help Desk request?

A: Support for faculty, staff and students is available through walk-in assistance, by phone during regular hours, through e-mail to or by submitting a ticket directly at


Manning Academic Center Room N 159 (Owings Mills North Campus)
Brown School of Business and Leadership Room 102A (Owings Mills Campus)
Dawson Academic Center Room 302 (Greenspring Campus)

Hours of Operation

Tech Connection (OIT) will be closed on days when Stevenson University is closed (holidays, inclement weather, etc.).

Owings Mills and Owings Mills North

Regular (Semester) Hours:
Mon-Thurs: 7:45 am – 8:00 pm
Fri: 7:45 am – 4:30 pm


Regular (Semester) Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Winter/Summer Break Hours:
Mon-Fri: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Q: How can my student purchase software?

As a member of the Stevenson University community, you are offered the opportunity to purchase software at special academic pricing. The Office of Information Technology and the University Store have partnered with a third-party vendor to offer this opportunity to all students, faculty and staff. For more information, contact the Office of Information and Technology.

Q: How can I find more information about Disability Services at Stevenson?

A: Stevenson University admits qualified students regardless of disability.

Students with disabilities who require accommodations should contact the Office of Student Success as early as possible prior to the start of their first academic semester, or upon onset of disability, to initiate the intake and eligibility process. Learn more about Disability Services at Stevenson.

Contacts & Quick Links

Owings Mills Security

Ratcliffe Center

Greenspring Security

Q: How can I contact Campus Security?

A: The Stevenson Campus Security Department is comprised of 45 dedicated professionals and 2 supervisors from various public service backgrounds, including the Maryland State Police, Baltimore County Police, Baltimore County Fire and EMT services, and other security disciplines. Security Officers maintain an active presence on campus and are on duty at Owings Mills and Owings Mills North 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Even when the campus is closed, it is protected by security professionals. The Greenspring Campus is served by Security Officers during all hours that the campus is open.

If you wish to contact security, dial “0” on any campus phone. This will put you in contact with the receptionist, who can call security. Emergency phones are easily accessible from all campus buildings and the parking lots.

Q: How can I sign up for Stevenson’s SU Alert Emergency Messaging System?

A: Register on our SU Alert webpage.

Contacts & Quick Links

Call the Office of the Registrar: 443-334-2206

Q: How can I obtain tickets for commencement?

A: An email will be sent to Commencement participants approximately two months prior to the ceremony with the quantity of guest tickets available and additional instructions. Participants will be given as many guest tickets as possible based on the number of participants and the seating capacity of the gym. Extra tickets are not available. More commencement info is available here.

Q: When is commencement?

A: For specific commencement dates, check out our full list of important academic dates.


Wellness Center
11001 Owings Mills Blvd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Phone: 443-352-4200
Fax: 443-352-4201

Emergency Contact
In case of life threatening emergency, dial 911.

Contact Campus Security

Q: How can I learn more about the wellness services offered to my student?

A: Stevenson’s Wellness Center is dedicated to providing students with a comfortable, personal environment, where we can address and treat their needs through healthcare and counseling.

Where Are We?

The Wellness Center is located within the Caves Sports and Wellness Center on the Owings Mills Campus.

When Are We Open?

Monday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Contacts & Quick Links

Dining Services: (443) 352-4330

Q: How can I learn more about the Housing Deposit?

A: For incoming students, you must pay your deposit and fill out a Housing Reservation form to indicate whether you want to be a resident.

For returning students, you must pay your housing deposit which is applied to the fall housing bill. This deposit is paid between February and March.

Please note: There is also a security deposit that is applied to the housing bill and refunded at the end of the academic year if there are no damages or charges. This security deposit is unrelated to the above housing deposit.

Q: How can my student submit a facilities request?

A: Go to Stevenson’s Helpdesk and be sure to select Facilities from the dropdown menu.

Q: What dates and times do the residence halls close and re-open?

A: All residence halls are closed during vacation breaks and during the summer (the Saturday after your final exam).

Students requesting to stay on campus while the residence halls are closed are required to submit a Break Extension form on the Residence Life portal. Residents are expected to vacate their residence hall no later than 8AM the day halls close. Additional information on break extension requests will be emailed to your Stevenson email in late August.

Q: What items should I bring to the residence halls?

A: In general, all of the items that you need on a day-to-day basis (linens, cosmetics, toiletries, clothing), academic support materials (computer, dictionary, high school notes, etc.) are allowed, as well as items that are personally important to you (photos, mementos, posters). For a more comprehensive list of what to bring, view our list of items to bring. Prohibited items are listed near the bottom of that page.

Q: What options are available to my student for leftover SU Flex Dollars?

A: Flex Dollars are debit dollars that can be used at any of the Sodexo operated dining locations on campus (this does not include the bookstore or vending machines), as well as at any off-campus partners. Unused Flex Dollars are non-refundable and automatically roll-over from fall to spring semester.

Contacts & Quick Links

Call the Mailroom: 443-352-4351


Q: How can I learn more about Stevenson’s mailroom?

A: Please visit the Mailroom page for information regarding package delivery, package pickup, and address format.

Q: How can I access maps and directions to Stevenson’s campuses?

A: Please refer to our Maps and Directions page.

Q: How can I pay my student’s bill?

A: Bills can be paid online by visiting our Student Accounts page.

Q: When are tuition refunds processed?

A: Please view the Enrollment Calendar for specific dates on tuition refunds applicable to you.

Q: What options are available to my student for leftover SU Flex Dollars?

A: Flex Dollars are debit dollars that can be used at any of the Sodexo operated dining locations on campus (this does not include the bookstore or vending machines), as well as at any off-campus partners. Unused Flex Dollars are non-refundable and automatically roll-over from fall to spring semester.

Q: How can I learn about Stevenson’s policies as they relate to my student?

A: Please refer to the university’s complete Policy Manual.

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