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 success from day one. Secondly, we provide exceptional experiences in and out of the classroom, with numerous opportunities for you to define your vision for a great college experience. Lastly, we connect you with careers so that your hard work and focus in college pays off with a strong professional direction and career success.
During a campus visit, you'll have the opportunity to tour our campus, learn about academic programs, meet current students and professors, and experience first-hand why it is great day to be a Stevenson Mustang.
During Summer Discovery Days, learn about Stevenson's mission, admissions process, and academic programs at an interactive information session. Plus, tour our Owings Mills Campus to see what being a Mustang is all about.
Tour campus, learn about academic programs, and experience what campus life has to offer students during a Stevenson University Open House.
Personal interviews are available by appointment only and offered as part of our admissions process at Stevenson. It is best to either schedule this interview shortly after submitting your application or to bring your application materials with you. An interview is much more beneficial if your counselor has your application materials or at least an unofficial transcript when meeting with you. Contact the Admissions Office at 410-486-7001 or toll-free at 1-877-468-6852 to schedule your interview today.
Baltimore County, home to Stevenson University, also offers a wide variety of entertainment, shopping, and dining choices.
Our distinctly different and exciting campuses offer countless ways to expand your mind and your social calendar. We encourage you to explore both settings when you visit.
Earn a $250 credit toward your tuition when you register for and complete a qualifying campus visit. To qualify, you must visit campus by May 1 of your senior year (or year of transfer for transfer students). The credit will be awarded to you contingent upon your admission and full-time enrollment to the University.