Founded in 1974, the Edwin A. Stevens Society honors Edwin A. Stevens, who — with a generous contribution of land and funds bestowed upon his death in 1868 — established Stevens Institute of Technology. The Society recognizes alumni, parents and friends who have made significant investments in Stevens Institute of Technology’s mission of academic excellence and innovation by making annual leadership-level gifts to the University. These gifts enable Stevens Institute of Technology to respond to current priorities and opportunities and enhance its educational programs and resources. Edwin A. Stevens Society members collectively represent the most generous and committed supporters of Stevens.
How do I become a member?
To become a member of the Edwin A. Stevens Society, simply make a donation at one of the following levels to any area of the university:
- President's Circle
- Benefactor: $25,000+
- Trailblazer: $10,000-$24,999
- Dean's Circle
- Patron: $5,000-$9,999
- Fellow: $2,500-$4,999
- Founder: $1,000-$2,499
The Edwin A. Stevens Society proudly offers Associate recognition to Stevens undergraduate and graduate alumni of the last nine years, current students, parents of current Stevens students and faculty and staff at Stevens. Below are the minimum gift levels for Associate recognition in the Society:
|Classification||Membership Level |
|Class of 2012-2015||$250|
|Class of 2007-2011||$500|
|Faculty & Staff||$500|
|Parents of Current Students||$500|
Benefits of Membership
The Edwin A. Stevens Society is proud to recognize the support of alumni, faculty, staff and friends in the following ways:
- An Edwin A. Stevens Society pin
- Recognition in Stevens publications
- Invitations to select academic and social events
- Direct involvement in Stevens’ mission of building communities for research and creative enterprise, while also strengthening our ties with business, industry and government to reach ever higher levels of accomplishment
JOIN THE EDWIN A. STEVENS SOCIETY TODAY
Whether you are joining the Society for the first time or renewing your annual commitment to Stevens you can make your gift by clicking here or by sending a check made payable to Stevens Institute of Technology at:
Stevens Institute of Technology
1 Castle Point on Hudson
Hoboken, NJ 07030
EAS members listened as one of Stevens’ most prolific authors – Richard Reeves ’60
–shared a few words during the All IN! Reception at Alumni Weekend 2015.
For more information about the Edwin A. Stevens Society, contact Casey Bell, Director of the EAS Society, at (201) 216-3335 or by email at [email protected].