Imagine your future. Design your career.
If you are like the students at Stevenson, you want to have an amazing experience learning, living, and building a future for yourself. Sure, you’re looking forward to having fun, exploring the world, and making memories to last a lifetime. But first and foremost, you are going to college to prepare for the real world.
Stevenson University, located in the heart of Maryland just north of Baltimore, offers an innovative education that combines a traditional liberal arts education with extensive career preparation. Our exciting approach to education quickly responds to real employer and student needs—with challenging programs and experiences that will prepare you for a real future. Stevenson combines the best features of a liberal arts college—small classes, a broad perspective, and a thorough grounding in writing, analytical, and technology skills—with specialized, real-world professionalism that translates to an above-average job placement rate.
Where academic excellence meets career success
With academic advising, a mentoring program for first-year students, free tutoring, and a sophisticated Office of Career Services, personal attention is there at every turn. Just as importantly, professors will take the time to help you individually. Stevenson offers more than 70 majors, minors, and tracks in six undergraduate schools, all designed to prepare students for success that will last a lifetime.
The results speak for themselves: during the past year, 91% of Stevenson graduates were employed or went on to attend graduate school within six months of graduation.
An excellent place to learn and live
Your home away from home at Stevenson sets the stage for both personal and intellectual growth. Getting involved is easy with more than 50 student organizations, opportunities in the performing and visual arts, a full schedule of campus activities and entertainment, and chances to volunteer in the community.
Stevenson students enjoy living in fully furnished, safe, and comfortable suites and apartments that have gained a reputation for being among the best in college housing. Rockland Marketplace, Stevenson’s main dining hall, is just steps away, and our meal plans are accepted at many local restaurants.
Stevenson’s campus resources continue to expand. In 2013 the University opened a 28-acre addition to its campus, boasting a new School of Design building. The University’s newest and largest academic building will include an expansive new home for the School of the Sciences and is scheduled to open in 2016.
A great time to be a Mustang
With men’s and women’s NCAA Division III Mustang athletic teams competing against the best teams in the region, there is a lot to cheer for at SU. Stevenson’s athletic program continues to grow, with new facilities to match. In addition to the former training center of the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens, student-athletes enjoy use of a 60,000-sq. ft. gym and an impressive 3,500-seat stadium, both of which opened during the past four years.
Be ready to take on the world
Things are a little different at Stevenson, and it’s all done by design. Starting in the first year, through the process of Career ArchitectureSM, students at SU are already thinking about what their life’s successes will look like and charting a course of study that helps them get there. Each major combines strong academic course work with practical experiences so that students are prepared to become leaders in their fields sooner rather than later.
What is Career Architecture?
Career Architecture helps prepare students for the workforce from day one. With the support of our career experts and committed faculty, the process helps you develop a personalized strategic plan based on your motivated strengths, interests, values, and individual goals. Through the Career Architecture process, you will begin to align your personal values and strengths with professional interests and ambitions while learning inside and outside the classroom.
College is a time to explore the world and discover your values, interests, skills, and abilities. At Stevenson classroom experiences will provide you with knowledge and skills, while experiential learning will allow you to apply what you’ve learned in the outside world with the assistance of Career Services. Experiential learning opportunities include campus-based research, internships, the one-credit option, service learning, study abroad, and the Washington Center.
A coeducational, independent university known for its innovative synthesis of the liberal arts with exceptional career preparation
Approximately 3,200 full-time undergraduates, 600 part-time undergraduates, and 500 graduate students
91% of graduates earned a job or went on to graduate school within six months of graduation.
27 NCAA D-III sports, plus cheer, dance, and club and intramural teams
• Ice Hockey
• Track & Field
• Beach Volleyball
• Field Hockey
• Ice Hockey
• Track & Field
Clubs and Organizations
More than 50; see stevenson.edu/clubs for full list.
Average Accepted Applicant
• High School GPA: 3.50 (weighted)
• SAT: 1390–1660 (middle 50%)
• ACT: 19–24 (middle 50%)
Tuition and Fees
Room and Board
The University offers generous merit-based scholarships, and more than 95% of Stevenson students receive some form of financial assistance, including work-study, grants, and loans. Full-tuition Presidential Fellowships are also available.
• ACT: 1753
• SAT: 5856
• FAFSA: 002107
majors, minors, and tracks
* Major and minor available in subject area (actual name of minor may vary)
+ Minor only
• Applied Mathematics*
• Business Administration
- Sport Management
• Business Communication
• Business Information Systems*
- E-commerce Technology
- Technology Management
• Computer Information Systems*
- Computer Forensics
- Network Design
- Software Design
• Criminal Justice*
• Digital Marketing
• Early Childhood Education
• Elementary Education
• English Language and Literature*
• Environmental Science
• Fashion Design*
• Fashion Merchandising
• Film and Moving Image*
• Human Services*
- Addictions Counseling
- Administration of Programs for Children
- Human Services Administration
• Interdisciplinary Studies
• International Business+
• Medical Laboratory Science
• Middle School Education
- English/Language Arts and
- Math and Science
• Paralegal Studies*
• Public History*
• Theatre and Media Performance*
• Visual Communication Design*
- Interactive Design
- Motion Graphics
• Pre-physical Therapy
• Pre-veterinary Medicine
• Brown School of Business and Leadership
• School of Design
• School of Education
• School of Graduate and Professional Studies
• School of Health Professions
• School of Humanities and Social Sciences
• School of the Sciences
Master’s Degree Programs
• Business and Technology Management**
• Communication Studies**
• Cyber Forensics
• Forensic Science**
• Forensic Studies**
• Healthcare Management**
• Master of Arts in Teaching
** Complete your B.S. and M.S. in as little as five years in these programs.