Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus
Stevens Institute of Technology campus

From the School

Located in Hoboken, NJ on the Hudson River overlooking the Manhattan skyline, Stevens is a high-energy, highly engaged campus community in which hands-on learning complements academic experiences. The combination of a rigorous curriculum, a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship, and tremendous opportunities for experiential learning aligned with industry needs has proven to be a winning formula for Stevens graduates over the years.

Recognized for putting the “hire” in higher education, a Stevens degree is a passport to a successful and stimulating career. Exceptional opportunities for internships, undergraduate research and cooperative education prepare students with skills that are in demand by the world’s most influential employers, because they are skills that impact industries and innovations that drive our economy.

Students choose from 35 undergraduate majors in Business, Humanities, Arts, Computer Science, Engineering and the Sciences; many students double major or choose to pursue both bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Graduates are highly skilled in creating solutions at the intersections of disciplines and can lead in today’s complex, cross-functional and highly technical environments, and have always fared exceptionally well in career and graduate school placement. Stevens is consistently ranked among the nation’s elite for total return on investment and mid-career salaries of graduates — #17 and #12 in the nation respectively, according to reports by PayScale. Our graduates are recruited into highly competitive positions and accepted into top graduate programs: 95% of the Class of 2015 secured outcomes within six months of graduation. Stevens’ 3,115 undergraduate students come from more than 45 states and 68 countries, creating a diverse, dynamic environment. Stevens also boasts an outstanding campus life — students will find more than 75 student clubs and organizations and 26 NCAA Division III athletics teams.


From The School

Stevens is highly competitive. Undergraduate applicants must submit (detailed requirements by program or type of applicant can be found on our website:

  • An application for admission
  • Official transcripts
  • Standardized test scores
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Essay (as a part of the application)

Stevens typically accepts 44% percent of its applicants and enrolls more than 700 students each fall.

SAT scores range from 1260-1410 (middle 50%) and the average high school GPA is 3.8.

The freshman application deadline for the fall semester is February 1 (Early Decision I and II deadlines are November 15 and January 15, respectively). For additional deadlines for different programs and transfer students, please refer to our website:


Acceptance Rate
Average HS GPA

GPA Breakdown

Over 3.75
3.50 - 3.74
3.25 - 3.49
3.00 - 3.24
2.50 - 2.99

Test Scores

Learn about new SAT scores and college admission here
SAT Reading
25th-75th percentile (enrolled students)
600 - 690
SAT Math
25th-75th percentile (enrolled students)
660 - 750
ACT Composite
25th-75th percentile (enrolled students)
29 - 33

Testing Policies

ACT Writing Policy
ACT with or without Writing accepted

SAT Essay Policy
SAT with or without Writing accepted


Early Decision
November 15

Early Decision II
January 15

February 1

Other Admission Factors


Rigor of Secondary School Record
Academic GPA
Standardized Test Scores

Selectivity Rating


From The School

Academic Programs

Stevens offers unique and challenging educational opportunities that foster innovation and lead students to success. Research projects and summer internships are available for all major fields of study. Stevens blends humanities and technology subjects, and is distinctive in the encouragement of students to bridge disciplines and interests. Our technology orientation, combined with humanities and business offerings, are an optimal blend for developing leadership qualities. Considering these fields together helps students gain perspective not only about the ways in which things work, but also why they matter, what the societal impact might be, and how we can influence progress. Students in different majors collaborate on high-impact projects, like the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon competition.

The Cooperative Education (co-op) program is also distinctive. Co-op students alternate semesters of on-campus study with semesters of paid, professional work experience. Co-op students graduate with a competitive edge in the job market, having gained a higher level of confidence through development of significant workplace skills. Our co-op program is one of the reasons Stevens ranks 3rd in the nation for career placement (Princeton Review’s Colleges That Pay You Back, 2015) and was named among the top 50 “Colleges That Create Futures” (Princeton Review, 2015).

The Pinnacle Scholars Program allows exceptional students to participate in honor seminars and summer research. Many take advantage of the 4+1 Master’s Program to graduate with a bachelor's and master's degree in five years, receiving a scholarship equal to 20 percent of graduate tuition in the fifth year.

The Annual Stevens Innovation Expo is one of many programs aimed at promoting entrepreneurial thinking at Stevens. In addition to the design project showcase, student inventors present their technologies in a fast-paced and exciting venture-style pitch competition, where students propose business ideas for their new technologies to a panel of five experts, who evaluate and award the most viable projects with the greatest potential for market realization.

Stevens Technical Enrichment Program (STEP) helps broaden the access of minority and economically disadvantaged students to careers in engineering, science, and technology through pre-college and in-college programs and support services.

Majors and Degrees Offered

Stevens students are committed to exploring the frontiers of engineering, computer science, sciences, business, the humanities and arts. Undergraduate degrees awarded include the Bachelor of Engineering (BE), Bachelor of Science (BS), and Bachelor of Art (BA) degrees.

Business Majors: Business and Technology; Economics; Finance; Information Systems; Management; Marketing; Quantitative Finance

Humanities & Arts Majors: History; Literature; Music and Technology; Philosophy; Science Communication; Science, Technology and Society; Social Sciences; Visual Arts and Technology

Computer Science Majors: Computer Science; Cybersecurity

Engineering Majors: Biomedical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Engineering Management; Environmental Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Naval Engineering; Software Engineering.

Science Majors: Biology; Chemical Biology; Chemistry; Computational Science; Engineering Physics; Mathematics; Physics.

Many students pursue dual degree options or opt to complete requirements for both bachelor’s and master’s degrees during their four or five years on campus.

Stevens offers a 6-year Accelerated Law program (Bachelor’s/J.D.) and a 7-year Accelerated Medicine (B.S./M.D.) program with partner universities; a 5-year Master’s program; a competitive Pinnacle Scholars program; and the unique Innovation and Entrepreneurship Summer Research Program.

Faculty and Class Information

Total Faculty
with Terminal Degree


Most frequent class size
20 - 29
Most frequent lab / sub section size
20 - 29

Graduation Rates

Graduate in 4 years
Graduate in 5 years
Graduate in 6 years

Students Say

Located in New Jersey (just a pizza's throw away from New York City), Stevens Institute of Technology gives students a practical engineering education with toptier access to employers, accelerated programs, free summer classes, and co-op opportunities. The career development services are by far one of the school's greatest strengths, and the associated offices "work hard to help students obtain internships and also full time positions" in which to apply the knowledge they've picked up from the "very rigorous and challenging" curriculum.

Professors are for the most part "very knowledgeable and always finding new ways to communicate that knowledge," and are "engaging but can be a little dry." They "are masters in their field and very available," and "watch out for you and make sure you are on track and understand the material." There are certainly some professors that have detractors (particularly the ones more focused on their research), but "upperclassmen are very good at letting younger generations know which professors they can expect to work with…and which ones are not as understanding."

Above all, Stevens students are "focused on making a difference on campus and being innovative in the workforce following the completion of their program." A multitude of research and entrepreneurship programs help channel students in the right direction, and "the ability to graduate with five semesters of full-time work experience is incredible." "The opportunities at this school are meaningful and unique," says a student. "The school makes me want to push myself to be the best that I can be."


Post-Bachelor's certificate

Career Services

On-Campus Job Interviews Available

Career Services

Alumni Network
Alumni Services
Interest Inventory
Regional Alumni
Opportunities at School


Notable Faculty

Prominent Alumni

Fredrick Reines
Nobel Prize Winner

Alexander Calder

Charles Stewart Mott
Co-Founder, General Motors

Henry Gantt
Father of Project Management

Alfred W. Fielding
Inventor of Bubble Wrap

Richard Reeves
Presidental Author

Lawrence Babbio
Vice Chair and President, Verizon Communications

Academic Rating

Graduation Rates

Graduate in 4 years
Graduate in 5 years
Graduate in 6 years

Career Services

On-Campus Job Interviews Available

Career Services

Alumni Network
Alumni Services
Interest Inventory
Regional Alumni
Opportunities at School


ROI & Outcomes

Information from PayScale:

Starting Median Salary (Up to Bachelor's degree completed, only)

Mid-Career Median Salary (Up to Bachelor's degree completed, only)

Starting Median Salary (At least Bachelor's degree)

Percent High Job Meaning

Percent STEM

Students Say

The average starting salary of a Stevens Institute of Technology graduate is $66,800, and 48 percent report that their job has a great deal of meaning. Students feel that Stevens, given its location in Hoboken supplies students with "more opportunities for internships and jobs due to having the better of both worlds with New York City and New Jersey that can offer so much." A Civil Engineering major notes that "the job placement percentage is also very high, and is one of the school's biggest appeals." In addition, the cooperative education and internship programs allow students to work with professionals in corporate and laboratory settings, with employers such as Colgate, Exxon Mobil, L'Oreal, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, MICRO, Palmolive, and Panasonic.

Colleges that Create Futures

Hands-on Coursework

Stevens first opened its doors during the Industrial Revolution, and the family for which it’s named was on the forefront of technological innovation from the beginning—John Stevens not only pioneered the development of the steamboat but also designed the first American-built steam locomotive. So it’s no surprise that a century later, in 1982, Stevens became the country’s first major educational institution to institute a personal computer requirement for its students. There are ten engineering majors available for students—biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, engineering management, environmental, mechanical, naval and software—and many choose to double major, coupling engineering with a business- or technology-based major (or often something in the humanities). As a cutting edge technical institution, Stevens also offers courses, majors, and minors that aren’t available at other schools, particularly ones such as cybersecurity, naval engineering, and quantitative finance. At the School of Engineering and Science (SES), undergraduates can pursue a major in cybersecurity through the department of computer science, which pulls together pulls together coursework in math, cryptography, networked systems, and IT administrations. Also at SES, students can take advantage of the Davidson Laboratory, a nationally recognized center for maritime design research, while they pursue a degree in Naval Engineering. Having such a prestigious center at their fingertips allows students to mix hands-on learning—often with projects from private companies and the US government—with more traditional classroom learning. This allows students to make connections that can help launch their post-college careers, as well as round out their experience as Stevens students. In the School of Technology Management, undergraduate students have the unique opportunity to pursue a degree in quantitative finance, which prepares them for careers in financial risk management and analysis, structured finance, financial modeling, financial strategy, and financial engineering, not to mention graduate school. One quantitative finance major cites the “innovative quantitative finance program that isn’t offered as an undergraduate degree at any other college” as a key reason for choosing Stevens.
One of the key elements of an engineering education at Stevens is an integral part of the curriculum called the Design Spine. Made up of eight courses—students take one each semester—the Design Spine teaches creative thinking, problem solving, teamwork, the economics of engineering, project management, communication skills, ethics and environmental awareness, all vital skills needed for the engineers of the future. The first five core courses are taken by all engineering students, regardless of if they’re biomedical or naval engineer, while the last three, which consist of a class taken during the junior year and a two-semester senior Capstone Project, are taken within a student’s particular discipline. Instead of focusing on one isolated piece of the puzzle, Design Spine encourages the importance of systems thinking and the idea of total design and approaching a problem from every possible angle.
Practical Experience

It’s one thing to generally encourage students to pursue internships and stop by career fairs during their college years. It’s another create a program specifically designed to give students the opportunity to leave the classroom for a semester and experience life as an engineer, a software designer, or any number of other career options they might be considering. At Stevens, the Cooperative Education Program, known as the Co-op, alternates full-time semesters in the classroom with full-time semesters in the workplace. Says one mechanical engineering major, “the cooperative education program at Stevens does wonders in finding students great experience in the field they hope to work in after they graduate.” Co-op positions are directly related to students’ career and academic goals, and the companies partnered with Stevens included industry leaders from ExxonMobil and Colgate Palmolive to the Panasonic Corporation of North America and Merck. For incoming students still undecided about their major, the Co-op program is the perfect opportunity to get hands-on experience in a potential to see if a particular line of work is interesting and fits your particular skill set; the off-campus experience is also a time to discover new talents and new interests that you can turn around and use in the classroom, perhaps even to send you down a new path in your studies. Unlike internships, which students fit in around their class schedules, the Co-op program’s unique structure of five increasingly productive work terms—for which the student is paid—means that students get to experience what it’s like working in corporate offices or laboratories with some of the foremost experts in their fields, forging connections that could lead to permanent positions following graduation. The Co-op office, located in the Howe Center, is an integral part of getting students prepared for their time in the Co-op program, from running mandatory résumé review sessions to conducting senior exit interviews, where graduating seniors sit down with a Co-op office staff member to discuss their experience in the program. In fact, staff members are there to support students every step of the way: each student’s progress through the program—both on and off campus—is monitored by the Co-op office through a series of regularly submitted documents.
Undergraduate Research

Similar to a senior thesis, all seniors at Stevens, regardless of their major, are required to complete a Senior Capstone Project. All of these projects are shown at the annual Senior Design Exposition, an event that’s open to the Stevens community and the general public. Just like the relationships that students who participate in the Co-op Program build with their bosses and mentors during their semesters off campus, seniors are encouraged to develop their Capstone Projects with the collaboration of an industrial sponsorship, providing another route for students to secure post-college employment. The Capstone Project, whether you’re a Naval Engineering major or a Visual Arts and Technology major, should be seen as the culminating experience of a student’s in his or her particular program and stem both from personal interest and future career goals; students are assigned Capstone advisers to help guide them through the process of writing their reports and presentations and preparing their projects for exhibition. For one 2014 graduate, who pursued a dual bachelor’s/master’s degree in mechanical engineering and engineering management, respectively, her senior Capstone Project consisted of the rigorous solar decathlon, which spanned two years. “Anyone can learn math calculations and science information,” she says, “but being able to get that information across within a group and have it be successful and optimized is another skill.”
Alumni Network

As an institution Stevens also goes to great lengths to prepare its students for life after college. As one civil engineering major puts it, “the Career Development Office and the Cooperative Education Office are great at getting students internships and co-op positions during the summers/semesters.” One important distinction between the Career Development Services at Stevens that sets it apart from many other universities is its proactive approach to reaching students from the moment they enroll at Stevens as freshmen. Instead of waiting until a panicked junior, or even a senior, comes knocking on the door with no idea what to do after graduation, Career Development takes the first step. As a 2014 mechanical engineer graduate notes, even though it might seem strange to talk to a Career Development counselor as a freshman (“I just got into college. Why are they talking to me about jobs already?), once students meet with one of the members of the career development team “you really understand how they’re willing to help you, whether it’s with a co-op where you alternate semesters with school and work, or if it’s an internship.” Prominent alumni include such innovators as the physicist Frederick Reines, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics; sculptor Alexander Calder, known as the originator of suspended “mobiles”; and Alfred W. Fielding, the inventor of Bubble Wrap. Three career fairs each year attract employers like Google, Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase, and even Victoria’s Secret to campus, and Fortune 500 companies, as well as start-ups, participate in the Stevens professional development and recruiting programs.


From The School

Tuition, Room, Board and Fees

Stevens tuition and fees for 2015-2016 are $47,366. Room and board total $15,200 (typical on-campus, double occupancy/typical meal plan; other plans vary). Student fees consist of a student activity fee, health service fee and technology fee.

Financial Aid

Stevens is committed to assisting, investing in, and ensuring the highest quality of service to its students. The university offers a wide range of institutional merit scholarships and need-based grants, and federal and state grants, loan, and work opportunity programs for eligible students. Stevens requires new students file the College Scholarship Service (CSS) Profile for consideration for all institutional scholarships and grants. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is required of all students for consideration for all federal and state financial aid programs. The deadline to submit both the FAFSA and CSS Profile is February 15. Early Decision I and Early Decision II applicants must submit the CSS Profile by December 1 or January 15 respectively.


Application Deadlines

Required Forms

Forms CSSProfile

Bottom Line

The tuition at the Stevens Institute of Technology comes to about $49,016, and is up to $65,070 with fees, room and board, and everything else. Stevens meets an average of 67 percent of student need. The average need-based scholarship comes to $13,299; 99 percent of freshmen and 91 percent of all undergraduates receive some form of financial aid.

Bang For Your Buck

Tuition at Stevens Institute of Technology comes to $49,016, with the average aid package coming to around $29,139. Students note that 67 percent of their needs are met, and of these students whose needs are met, 74 percent are freshman. Past that, students choose Stevens "because of its interdisciplinary engineering curriculum," and "sizable alumni scholarship offers." Many students remark upon the "good" to "great" scholarships they received from Stevens. A business student remarks, "The connections that I have been able to establish outside the classroom are truly invaluable. Stevens Professors and Administrators provide an excellent support network." An example of such is "the support network for fellowships and scholarship like the Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships."

Financial Aid Statistics

Average Freshman Total Need-Based Gift Aid

Average Undergraduate Total Need-Based Gift Aid

Average Need-Based Loan

Undergraduates who have borrowed through any loan program

Average amount of loan debt per graduate

Average amount of each freshman scholarship/grant package

Financial aid provided to international students

Expenses per Academic Year

Required Fees
Average Cost for Books and Supplies

Tuition / Fees Vary by Year of Study
Board for Commuters
Transportation for Commuters

Available Aid

Financial Aid Methodology
Federal and Institutional

Scholarships and Grants


Need-Based College/University Scholarship or Grant Aid from Institutional Funds
Need-Based Federal Pell
Need-Based Private Scholarships
Need-Based SEOG
Need-Based State Scholarships
Need-Based United Negro College Fund

Institutional non-need-based scholarship or grant aid is available

Federal Direct Student Loan Programs
Direct PLUS Loans
Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans
Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans

Federal Family Education Loan Programs (FFEL)
Federal Perkins Loans
State Loans

Is Institutional Employment Available (other than Federal Work Study)

Direct Lender

Financial Aid Rating


From The School

The energy at Stevens extends well beyond the classroom activities and career orientation of our students into a robust student life. Nearly 100 student organizations and twenty-six NCAA Division III athletics teams add to an enriching student experience and prepare students for a healthy and energizing balance of hard work and fun.

Clubs and organizations include sororities and fraternities, performing arts and athletic groups, student government, ethnic organizations, professional societies, and more. The Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, Engineers Without Borders, and Habitat for Humanity are service-oriented groups with active student engagement. Campus traditions like Boken and TechFest (campus-wide festivals), the Unity Show, and Midnight Breakfast during finals study periods are among students’ favorites.

The Schaefer Athletic and Recreation Center features a NCAA competition-size pool with Jacuzzi, four-court basketball gymnasium, racquetball courts, and a fitness center. DeBaun Field has been surfaced in a state-of the-art, durable, year-round playing surface for varsity and intramural competition. Walker Gym has an elevated indoor track plus a weightlifting facility and dance studios. There are also six outdoor tennis courts with spectacular Manhattan skyline views and a sand volleyball court. In 2013, Stevens was the recipient of the ECAC/Jostens “Institution of the Year” award, from among more than 320 Division I, II, and III schools, for excellence in academics and athletics — one of only three schools to have received this honor more than once.

Stevens competes in NCAA Division III sports. For men: baseball, basketball, cross-country, fencing, golf, indoor/outdoor track and field, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, volleyball and wrestling. For women: basketball, cross-country, equestrian, fencing, field hockey, indoor/outdoor track and field, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, softball and volleyball. Students may also join a club team or play intramural sports, take health and wellness or fitness classes, or participate in outdoor adventure trips.

Student Body Profile

Total Undergraduate Enrollment
Foreign Countries Represented


30% female
70% male
38% are out of state
100% are full time
0% are part time

Students Say

This "technologically minded, friendly" group of "predominantly white males" tends to be "somewhat nerdy," and "there are clubs for just about every interest." A large international population brings in people from all over the world, but since this is a specialized school "there are a lot of baseline ways of thinking that run across the majority of campus" that make it easy for people to fit in. Though the experience can vary greatly depending on whether one is "a foreigner or native, undergrad or grad, athlete or non-athlete, male or female," this is a group that "will help anyone who needs it." "I have never met a group of people who are so friendly and kind," says a student.


From The School


Stevens is located in one of the most exciting, cosmopolitan towns in the United States. Hoboken, New Jersey, is a quaint one-mile-square city with old Victorian brownstones and tree-lined streets dotted with great restaurants and trendy shops. Located on the Hudson River, the 55-acre campus is home to stretches of green lawns, majestic trees, and historic classroom buildings that have been updated with the most current teaching and learning technologies. With the heart of NYC a mere 10-minute commute away, Stevens students take advantage of being close to top companies with exciting internships and career placements as well as unlimited cultural experiences and events throughout the year.

In addition to the robust on-campus student life, Stevens’ location provides for exciting off-campus activities. Dining, entertainment, and major attractions offer numerous artistic, cultural, athletic and recreational opportunities.

Stevens students enjoy a safe and dynamic living environment. Eighty-eight percent of Stevens undergraduate students live on campus, and housing is guaranteed for undergraduates. There are seven on-campus residence halls in addition to various onand off-campus apartments for upperclassmen. Sixteen fraternities and sororities have chapters on campus and most maintain houses where members may live. Stevens also features “affinity housing” for students interested in community service and civic engagement, as well as a women’s center. The dining program features late night hours to meet students’ busy schedules, and many establishments in Hoboken also accept Stevens’ Duck Bills, reloadable on student ID cards.

Campus Facilities & Equipment

Stevens operates within a technology-centric environment to meet the needs of a technologically fluent campus, offering a variety of centralized, departmental, and individual resources. Facilities include “smart" classrooms, computer-aided design and manufacturing labs, graphics labs, robotic sites, a media arts center, green screen, sound synthesis lab, a computer-aided education lab, a new motion capture lab, and a financial systems center with a Wall Street trading room. Stevens offers its community an extensive wireless networking system. Two pioneering projects underway, the Unified Communications and Collaboration Environment and the Virtual Learning Environment, will have transformative impact on our graphicand computing-intensive technology applications for learning.

Our research enterprise focuses on key areas that address major interdisciplinary topics of national significance: healthcare and medicine, sustainable energy, financial systems, security, coastal sustainability, and STEM education. Supporting these areas are many specialized laboratory facilities on campus used for academic and research functions, applied research, and educational programs in systems integration that meet and support the needs of government and industry. The Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship fosters an entrepreneurial culture across the university, advances the outcomes of the research, and engages in the technology transfer that brings new ideas to the marketplace.

Off-Campus Opportunities

Stevens cultivates the value of being a world citizen, giving back to the community and building bridges across cultures. In addition to the popular internship, research, and cooperative education opportunities offered at Stevens, students take their educational experience across the globe through study abroad, service-oriented organizations, and department-sponsored trips.

Community service has a prominent place in campus life. From tutoring local school children to assisting the elderly and participating in neighborhood community projects, Stevens students are very much a part of our hometown. This service orientation extends beyond Hoboken to the global community, with opportunities to bring the benefits of Stevens innovation to countries and areas of need.

Campus Life

Undergrads living on campus
Help finding off-campus housing

First-Year Students living on campus

Campus Environment

Housing Options

Apartment Single
Dorms Coed
Dorms Female
Frat Sorority
Theme Housing

Students Say

Even though the school is just a PATH train ride away from Manhattan, Hoboken itself is "amazing with lots of fun events and activities." While students "do spend most of their time studying," there is plenty of fun to be had on campus and people here "love all the activities that are provided to us by the entertainment committee." The committee "gets tickets at reduced admission to various shows and concerts in the surrounding area," and there are larger traditional events throughout the school year such as Techfest (a huge concert with DJs and artists), or Boken, which is a weekend long event that follows a theme and lets students "participate in activities, eat good food and obtain giveaways." The school is "great at giving back to the community and providing a wealth of services to Hoboken."

Still, "being able to be in New York at the drop of the hat is pretty unparalleled," and a lot of students take advantage of various free activities that go on in NYC. If you're more of a homebody, then "you could host card games or play video games with pretty much anybody you're familiar with; everyone is pretty eager to make friends and be social." On-campus housing is "more crowded and more expensive compared to what is available off-campus," which is quite plentiful. There is a good deal of greek activity on campus, and "fraternity parties and apartment parties are common."

Special Needs Admissions

College Entrance Tests Required

Interview Required

Special Need Services Offered

Student Activities

Registered Student Organizations
Number of Honor Societies

Number of Social Sororities
Number of Religious Organizations


Athletic Division
Division III

Men's Sports (Ducks)
13 Sports

Cross Country
Track Field Indoor
Track Field Outdoor
Women's Sports (Ducks)
14 Sports

Cross Country
Equestrian Sports
Field Hockey
Track Field Indoor
Track Field Outdoor

Student Services

Womens Center
LGBT Support Groups
Minority Support Groups
Army ROTC Offered at cooperating institutions: Seton Hall Univ.
Air Force ROTC Offered at cooperating institutions: New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)


Campus Security Report

Campus Security Report

The Jeanne Clery Act requires colleges and universities to disclose their security policies, keep a public crime log, publish an annual crime report and provide timely warnings to students and campus employees about a crime posing an immediate or ongoing threat to students and campus employees.

Please visit The Princeton Review’s page on campus safety for additional resources:

The Princeton Review publishes links directly to each school's Campus Security Reports where available. Applicants can also access all school-specific campus safety information using the Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis Cutting Tool provided by the Office of Postsecondary Education of the U.S. Department of Education:

Other Information

Campus-wide Internet Network

Email and Web Access Available

% of Classrooms with Wireless Internet

Number of Computer Labs / Classrooms

Average Number of PC's per Lab

Network Access in Dorm Rooms

Network Access in Dorm Lounges

Fee for Network Use

Student Web Pages Permitted

Student Web Pages Provided

Partnerships with Technology Companies

Online Class Registration Available

Personal computer included in tuition for each student

Require Undergraduates to Own Computers

Undergraduates that Own Computers

Discounts Available with Hardware Vendors

The Mobile Computing Program at Stevens includes hardware (notebook computer), software (that meets requirements for undergraduate classes), and a color inkjet printer. The notebook and printer is provided to the students and is given to the student upon graduation. The notebook has a four-year warranty and accidental damage protection. All repairs are handled on-campus by the Computer Service Center.

Webcasting, Digital Audio or Video-Streaming of Courses

Webcasting, Digital Audio or Video-Streaming of Campus Radio / TV Stations

Campus Visits Contact

Maia Hadidi
Admissions Coordinator

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
1 Castle Point on Hudson
Hoboken, NJ 07030



Experience College Life

Most Popular Places On Campus
Schaefer Athletic Center
DeBaun Auditorium
Castle Point, overlooking Manhattan
Babbio Center
Pierce Dinning Hall with a NYC view
The 55 acre campus is located on a bluff overlooking the NYC skyline. The park like campus features a combination of traditional brick buildings with modern state-of-the-art design in our new facilities. The campus is situated between two city parks and is part of an upscale neighborhood. The campus is safe and is open to the public.

Most Popular Places Off Campus
New York City
Downtown Hoboken
Liberty Science Center
Statue of Liberty
The New Meadowland Stadium
The campus is located in Hoboken with major mass transportation within a short walk of campus. Water Ferries and the PATH train takes you to NYC in a matter of minutes and the NJ transit trains provide access to most of New Jersey including the Jersey shore.

Campus Tours

Campus Tours
Appointment Required: Yes
Dates: Year-round
Times: 11-4 Monday - Friday, Saturdays in fall and winter
Average Length: 1 hour

On Campus Interview

Campus Interviews

Information Sessions

June-August, 10am and 2 pm

Faculty and Coach Visits

Dates/Times Available

Contact Admissions Office

Advance Notice
1 week

Contact Email Address for Visit

Class Visits

Dates/Times Available
Academic Year

Contact Admissions Office

Overnight Dorm Stays

Overnight Dorm Stays

Contact Admissions Office

2 days/ 2 nights


Types of Transportation Available to Campus
Taxi available to campus from Lackawanna train station, Hoboken. Local buses and trains to Penn Station, New York, all points in New Jersey as well as all Amtrak destinations. PATH trains to and from New York City. Newark, JFK, and Laguardia airports.

Driving Instructions to Campus

Local Accommodations
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