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Transfer Information: Stevenson University

For students and transfer ambassadors to help with the transfer research process.

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Transfer Admission and Financial Aid


Location: Owings Mills and Stevenson, Maryland

National Recognition: Best Colleges – U.S. News & World Report

Transfer Admission

  • Admission Profile: selective? 
  • Acceptance Rate: 75%
  • Admission Requirements: Cumulative GPA 2.5 (lower GPAs may be considered on a case-by-case basis); Applicants who have earned an Associate’s degree will be given guaranteed admission
  • Admission Process: Common Application? – Application for UG Admission Paper or Common Application
  • Deadlines: Rolling Admission
  • Feesapplication fee - $40.00


  • Estimated Cost of Attendance
  • Annual Tuition and fees for full time 12-18 credits: Residential - $38,108; Commuter - $38,168
  • Room and board: Housing - $8,900-$10,968; Meals - $2,372-$5,270

Financial Aid and Scholarships

  • Types of Aid Available
  • Scholarships: Merit-Based, Transfer, Nursing, Art & Theatre, and Private, State of Maryland Scholarships
  • Grants: Nursing, Federal Pell, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), State of Maryland Grants
  • Loans: Federal Direct Student Loans, Federal Direct PLUS (Parent) Loans, Alternative/Private Education Loan
  • Work Study: Federal Work Study
  • Academic scholarships: Yes – refer to Scholarships
  • Transfer Specific Scholarships: Yes – refer to Scholarships


  • Student/Teacher Ratio: 15:1
  • Academic Programs: Over 90 majors, minors, and tracks -;
  • Limited Admission Programs – have to apply separately
  • Honors: Honors pulls from regular applicant pool. Minimum requirements for transfer students are a GPA of 3.5 and have completed fewer than 30 credits.