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The cost of college—it comes down to net price

All colleges and universities have a published price, but focusing on the net price helps you best understand what you will pay for college. Recognized as a Best Value School by U.S. News & World Report, Stevenson education is affordable and accessible to you, and 99 percent of our students receive scholarships and/or financial aid.

As a first step, we encourage you to learn more about Stevenson’s scholarship and financial aid opportunities, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and financing options through our Scholarships & Financial Aid page.

Tuition and Fees 21-22

Tuition Breakdown

Full-Time Residential Students

Full-Time Residential Students 

Sticker Price

$52,338

Tuition - $35,504
Fees - $2,604
Accident Insurance - $60
Room - SU Suite (Double) - $8,900
Meal Plan A - $5,270

Scholarship & Aid

$26,250

Average Financial Aid based on first year students for 2020-21. Includes institutional, federal, and state scholarships & grants.

*Average Financial Aid does not include Direct, PLUS, or alternative loans

Students interested in taking 18 or more credits will need permission from the Academic Dean.
Cost of tuition will be $425 per credit (over 18 credits).

View tuition and fees for graduate and adult undergraduate programs.

Commuter Students

Commuter Students 

Sticker Price

$38,168

Tuition - $35,504
Fees - $2,604
Accident Insurance - $60

Scholarship & Aid

$25,116

Average Financial Aid based on first year students for 2020-21. Includes institutional, federal, and state scholarships & grants.

*Average Financial Aid does not include Direct, PLUS, or alternative loans

Students interested in taking 18 or more credits will need permission from the Academic Dean.
Cost of tuition will be $425 per credit (over 18 credits).

View tuition and fees for graduate and adult undergraduate programs.

Part-Time Students

Part-Time Students

Tuition (per credit, for students taking 11 credits or less per semester) $890
Fees (per semester) $75
Tuition – Summer 2021 (per credit)    $405
Housing

Housing

First Year Suite Complex  
SU Suite - Double Room $8,900
SU Suite - Single Room A** $10,500
SU Suite - Single Room B** $10,300
Upper-Class Buildings  
Apartments $10,588
SU Suite - Double Room $8,900
SU Suite - Single Room A & B** $10,500
Wooded Way Suite - Double $9,368
Wooded Way Singles** $10,968
Security Deposit (end-of-year credit, without damage to facilities) $150

** Subject to availability. For more information regarding housing please visit Living on Campus

Meal Plans

Meal Plans

Meal Plan Number of Meals
(per semester)
Meals per Week
(rounded based on 16-week semester)
Flex Dollars
(per semester)
Cost
(per semester)
Cost
(per year)
A 225 14 $75 $2,635 $5,270
B 175 11 $125 $2,508 $5,016
C 135 8 $200 $2,560 $5,120
D 85 5 $250 $1,686 $3,372
E 60 3 $175 $1,186 $2,372


Rechargeable Meal Plans

Rechargeable meal plans are available to students as a supplement to the assigned plan. If a student exhausts all of his/her meals, additional blocks of 10, 25, or 50 meals can be purchased at a discounted cost.

2020-2021 Pricing   2021-2022 Pricing
10 meal block - $69   10 meal block - $71
25 meal block - $156   25 meal block - $160
50 meal block - $285   50 meal block - $292

Flex Dollars

Stevenson University and Sodexo have collaborated to incorporate a new feature to Dining Services that adds excitement and value to the meal plan. All Flex Dollars allocated for each meal plan can now be used off campus at local participating businesses. For an updated list of participants, as well as guidelines for the new program, please visit the Dining Services website. If you have any questions, please contact Dining Services at 443-352-4010 or Auxiliary Services at 443-334-2240.

Students Living in Apartments

All students residing in the apartments are required to participate in either the A or B block plan during their first and second semesters at the University. Students in their third and fourth full-time semesters at SU can choose either the A, B, or C block plan. After the fourth full-time semester, participation in a meal plan is optional for students living in the apartments. All block plans include 10 guest meals so students can treat visitors to several meals per semester. Guest meals can also be used by the student for him/herself. Flex dollars can be used to purchase meals for family and friends if all guest meals are used. If a student uses all of his/her meals and would like more, meal plans can be recharged by purchasing additional blocks of 10 or 25 meals.

Students Living in Suites and Wooded Way

All students living in the suites and Wooded Way must participate in the A block plan during their first through fourth semesters at SU. After the fourth full-time semester, students can choose either the A or B block plan. All block plans include 10 guest meals so students can treat visitors to several meals per semester. Guest meals can also be used by the student for him/herself. Flex dollars can be used to purchase meals for family and friends if all guest meals are used. If a student uses all of his/her meals and would like more, meal plans can be recharged by purchasing additional blocks of 10 or 25 meals.

Transfer Students

All transfer students are required to participate in a meal plan during their first and second semester at the University. Students living in the apartments must choose either the A or B block plan. Students living in the suites must purchase the A block plan.

Beginning with their third semester at the University, transfer students who joined the college as a junior (defined as 60 credits at the time of transfer) and live in an apartment will not be required to purchase a meal plan.

Beginning with their third semester at the University, transfer students who joined the college as a junior (defined as 60 credits at the time of transfer) and live in a suite must purchase a meal plan and may choose from the A or B block plan.

Commuter Students

Students who do not live on campus can choose to participate in any of the University's meal plans by contacting the Student Accounts Office. If a student uses all of his/her meals and would like more, meal plans can be recharged by purchasing additional blocks of 10 or 25 meals.

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