Stevens Institute of Business and Arts

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Stevens - The Institute of Business and Arts
Established 1947
Type private
Religious affiliation non-denominational
Budget $3 million [1]
President Cynthia Musterman [2]
Dean Ruth Ann Holtmann [2]
Academic staff 20 (7 full, 13 part) [1] [2] [3]
Students 195 (2011) [1]
Location St. Louis, Missouri,  United States
Campus Urban
25,000 square feet (0.57 acre) [1]
Former names Patricia Stevens College
Affiliations Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools [4]

Stevens - The Institute of Business and Arts (formerly Patricia Stevens College) is a co-educational private vocational college in St. Louis, Missouri founded in 1947. It offers programs in tourism and hospitality, interior design, fashion and retail, paralegal, and business administration.

The school offers two- and four-year degrees in the above areas. [4]


The school started as Patricia Stevens College, a finishing college for only women in 1947. [1]


The College is housed in a historic, renovated, four-story building in the loft district area of the west part of downtown St. Louis. Class size is small, with an average of 10 students. [5] 90% are women. [1] The school relocated to its downtown campus in 2010.

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Tuition for a year is $10,000.[6]


The 2011-2012 course catalog is here (.pdf) [7]

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Coordinates: 38°37′58″N 90°12′09″W / 38.632897°N 90.202517°W / 38.632897; -90.202517