SYOU Admissions Magazine October 2020 - Page 4

Our commitment to current and prospective Mustangs remains steadfast. Relationship building begins with our office – every prospective student is assigned an admissions counselor based on where you live or attend high school. Your counselor serves as your resource throughout the search and application process. While we may not be able to connect with you in person, we are still here to guide and assist you. We are available via email, text, and through individual video or phone appointments known as Counselor Calls. To find your counselor and schedule a Counselor Call, visit stevenson.edu/meetcounselor.

A crucial part of finding your best fit school is experiencing and learning about campus. We are offering limited, single-family campus tours during the week and weekends. Pre-registration is required and we would love to host you and your family on campus soon. We also have a variety of virtual programming to fit your needs and schedule – you can learn about our exceptional community from the comfort of home. Our admissions staff host weekly information sessions and will also host counselor workshops this fall. Faculty host live and pre-recorded sessions as part of our virtual Open Houses - our next Open House is November 21. We will also feature current students in virtual panels this fall. Information and registration for campus tours and virtual programs is available at stevenson.edu/visit.

This fall may be different than any of us expected or could have predicted, but our staff, faculty, and current students remain dedicated to guiding you through this process. Throughout this spring, summer, and early fall we developed numerous ways to connect with you on campus and virtually. We hope you take us up on our offer to get to know you better and show you how the Stevenson community will support you. Send us an email or set up a meeting with us, we look forward to working with you!

For many the fall signifies the ending of the calendar year, but for high school students it marks a beginning. High school juniors and younger are starting the college search process by beginning to research academic programs and schools that interest them, while seniors refine their list and begin the application process. The college search and application process is a time of discovery, excitement, and sometimes, stress. This year is no exception with students and families now facing the question of how to navigate this process virtually.

At Stevenson, we pride ourselves on our close-knit community focused on student success.

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Katie Reynolds

Associate Director, Admissions