Access the Stevenson University Campus Store here. To have your books shipped to a home or work address, please indicate in the comment section that you are a “Stevenson University Online student.” For further information, please contact the Campus Store at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-352-4062. Please Note: Some courses use bundled sets. For those courses, it is recommended to purchase your books on-site from the Campus Store. Some courses may utilize electronic books and materials. These charges will be posted to the Student Account 2 weeks after the start of the term. You must follow the “Opt-out” procedures to decline use of and associated discounted price of these materials.
The SU Now Portal provides one-stop access to Stevenson University information and resources including:
Self-Service contains the Student Finance (not WebXpress), Assign Proxy Access (FERPA and proxy access to Student Finance) and Student Planning and Registration.
Direct access Stevenson's online learning system, Blackboard is found here. If you need assistance with navigating Blackboard after completing SUO 100, contact your Student Success Coach.
Following orientation, all future correspondences will be sent to your Stevenson University email address, including tuition statements, course information, and updates. Students are responsible to check this account on a regular basis.
Stevenson University welcomes you to the online learning environment. As many adult students feel overwhelmed or unprepared to take online courses, the Stevenson University Online offers online learning resources such as; an example of a student’s typical week, Blackboard video tutorials, an online learning assessment, and technical requirements for the online learning environment.
Stevenson University admits qualified students regardless of disability and welcomes the full participation of students with disabilities in all aspects of campus life. Students with disabilities who require accommodations should contact us 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.
Congratulations, you made the decision to go back to school and continue your education. It may seem overwhelming at first, but with a few adjustments and techniques, you can set yourself up for success. We talked to our Student Success Coaches and students who offered their advice on what students can do to make their transition back to school a smooth one. Click here to review their advice.