Seven thousand students, 300 faculty. One jewel of a campus, beside one amazing city, in a top-3 college town. Countless ideas. Infinite questions. And answers that matter. This is Stevens.
An Education Unlike any Other
Stevens’ unique blend of technological education and applied learning opportunities to prepare our students for the real world and recruiters notice. We offer entrepreneurship coursework to first-year students; a wide choice of interdisciplinary majors; and unparalleled access to highly ranked internships and cooperative education. Most Stevens seniors also participate in year-long team capstone projects.
Minutes from Manhattan
Stevens is situated in the ideal location, in a top-3 college town (Hoboken) and positioned directly across the Hudson River from New York City — the financial and cultural hub of the world, and a rising center of technology innovation. A 55-acre hilltop campus, just minutes from the city by train, bus or ferry. Now that’s access to opportunity!
Research that Makes the Difference
A glimpse into some of the active research happening at Stevens involves floods, hurricanes, Alzheimer's disease, breast cancer and hackers. Stevens students and faculty together address the hard questions, try the novel approaches, go the extra step and develop real-world applications that make the crucial difference in saving lives, protecting privacy, helping people make better decisions, and working to ensure a safer, healthier, and more secure world.
The Best of Both Worlds
Stevens offers the very best of both small town and big city living. Our hometown of Hoboken — ranked one of the top college towns in the nation by The Princeton Review — is a lively, pedestrian-friendly community, offering a variety of boutiques, restaurants, parks, cafes and nightlife. Nearby, New York City is a quick train, bus or ferry ride from Stevens’ waterfront campus on the Hudson River, connecting students to Manhattan’s world-famous culture, business and entertainment.
Make Connections and Get Involved
At Stevens, we encourage students to become involved through student organizations and campus events. With more than 100 undergraduate student organizations that focus on the arts, social issues, recreation and more, there’s no shortage of opportunities to expand your social network and develop leadership skills. Our students are also active in the local community, committing thousands of volunteer hours for the benefit of the city of Hoboken.
A Diverse, Multicultural Community
Our 55-acre hilltop campus draws exceptional, talented students from around the world. We provide a welcoming, close-knit community for students, faculty and staff from a wide range of cultural backgrounds, ethnicity, interests and perspectives.
Accounting & Analytics
Business & Technology
Marketing Innovation & Analytics
Pure & Applied Mathematics
Engineering- Naval Concentration
Engineering- Optical Concentration
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Music & Technology
Science, Technology & Society
Visual Arts & Technology
Pre-Law (6-year B.S./J.D.)
Pre-Medicine (7-year B.S./M.D.)
Dates & Costs
Stevens awards a limited number of merit scholarships to international students. International students who wish to be considered for institutional scholarship must submit the CSS Profile on the College Board website.
EARLY DECISION I EARLY DECISION II REGULAR DECISION
|Take Tests By:||October 15||December 15||January 1|
|Submit All Application Materials By:||November 15||January 15||January 15|
|Interview Before:||November 15||January 15||January 15|
|Complete CSS Profile By:||December 1||January 15||February 15|
|Receive Admissions Notification By:||December 15||February 15||April 1|
|Submit Tuition Deposit By:||January 10||March 10||May 1|
2019-2020 Undergraduate Costs
Tuition and Fees: $54,014
Room and Board (on campus residents only): $15,770
Health Insurance, Books & Supplies (estimate): $4,050
Total Cost of Attendance: $73,834