CCBC and SU Transfer Agreements

About Stevenson University

Stevenson University was founded in 1947 as Villa Julie College. In 2008, the college adopted the name Stevenson University to reflect its growing size, expanding mission, and breadth of academic offerings. Serving over 2,700 undergraduate students as well as nearly 900 online students, the university is committed to providing exceptional experiences, a connection to career, and a community centered on student success.

Stevenson offers over 90 majors, minors, and tracks including pre-professional tracks in Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, and Veterinary Medicine. Stevenson Online offers 27 online master’s and bachelor degree programs for working adults.

General transfer information

Stevenson University will accept up to 70 credits from 2-year institutions. Up to 90 credits can be applied to degree requirements from a combination of 2-year institutions, 4-year institutions and non-direct classroom instruction (including CLEP, AP, and other nationally recognized standardized examination scores. Learn more about transfer credit evaluation »

Students intending to transfer should complete the admission application for Stevenson University once they complete 45 credits of the associate degree program. Students should contact the Financial Aid Office at Stevenson University as soon as possible regarding college deadlines for financial aid. Students who have completed an associate degree at a Maryland community college are guaranteed admissions to Stevenson.

Transfer Partnership

Guaranteed Admission

CCBC Degree SU Benefit GPA Requirement
Any associates degree
  • Satisfy all of Stevenson’s general education requirements, with the exception of a second composition course if not already taken.
  • General education block transfer allows students to focus on coursework in their major once at Stevenson, provides more flexibility in course scheduling, and helps ensure timely completion of their bachelor’s degree.
Courses that fulfill program requirements are only eligible for transfer if students have earned a grade of “C” or better. Courses used to fulfill only general education requirements are eligible for transfer if students have earned a grade of “D” or better.
Please contact the Admissions Office to discuss how this block transfer option could benefit you. Stevenson also participates in the Articulation System for Maryland Colleges and Universities (ARTSYS), which allows students in Maryland community colleges to determine how individual courses transfer to Stevenson and to look at recommended transfer plans. Community college students should also work with their transfer counselors to help select classes that will optimize credit transfer.

Stevenson offers generous renewable transfer scholarships. Learn more »

Articulation Agreements

CCBC Degree SU Degree Agreement
Medical Laboratory Technology (A.A.S.)
Medical Laboratory Science (B.S.)
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