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Committed to excellence since 1833. 

For nearly 200 years, we’ve been giving bright young women the tools, the training and the tenacity to boldly—and unapologetically—go after their dreams.

As we look forward, Stephens is committed to building on our tradition of strength in the creative arts and to creating new programs in areas of high demand in the health sciences. We emphasize leadership, are committed to serving and educating women of all ages and are dedicated to providing exceptional service and support to a diverse population of learners.
 

A Proud History

Stephens College is the second-oldest women’s college in the country. We’ve been helping women dream up—achieve more than they thought possible—since 1833.

We’re proud of the institution Stephens has become. Today, we pride ourselves in:

Dedicated Leadership
Dr. Dianne Lynch has been president of Stephens College since 2009. She has a clear vision for Stephens that includes:

Impressive Rankings

Amazing Students 
(to name just a few)

Powerful Alumnae
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Accreditation
Stephens College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association and accredited by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
http://www.ncahlc.org
(800) 621-7440

Higher Learning Commission Mark of Affiliation

Student Consumer Information

The Health Information Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

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Stephens is a member of the U-CAN (the University and College Accountability Network), a free, consumer-informed college information Web site. 

Stephens College admits students of any race, religion, geographic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the College. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, veteran status or disability, or handicap, in administration of its educational policies; admission policies; scholarship and loan, athletic and other college-administered programs; or in its employment practices.