- Creative Writing
- Digital Film
- Digital Media
- Education: 3-Year
- Equestrian Studies
- Event & Convention Management
- Fashion Communication
- Fashion Design and Product Development
- Fashion Marketing and Management
- Graphic Design
- Human Development - Education
- Human Development - Psychology
- Integrated Marketing
- Public Relations
- Special Event Planning
- Theatre Arts
- Theatre Management
- Theatrical Costume Design
- Study and Ride Saddleseat, Western, Hunter/Jumper, and Dressage; and Driving and Reining
- Participate in horse shows
- Join the Prince of Wales Club (the country's oldest continually active riding club) and Stephens Equine Therapeutic Association
Barn: The Stephens Equestrian Center has two stable areas. The Saddleseat/Western barn was built in 1939 and the Hunter/Dressage barn was built in 1952. The complex has room for 61 stalls, each of which measures 12'x 12' and has a window.
Rings: There are two riding arenas at Stephens. The indoor ring was built in 1944 and remodeled in 1995. It is 100' x 200' with sand footing. The indoor arena has ample seating for more than 100 spectators to watch lessons, clinics and horse shows. A speaker system is used to help aid instructors and clinicians in their teachings to students.
The outdoor ring is 110' x 210'. There is a novice-level cross country course that jumps throughout the fields.
Turnout: There is ample turnout for the horses at Stephens. We have seven grass turnout areas, including four large pastures and three paddocks that are available for everyday use.
Feeding: Horses are fed three times a day. There is a variety of grain and hay that is provided to best suit the horses' needs. Supplements are given to the horses as needed.