Leading-edge technology, a robust infrastructure, and state-of-the-art living, classroom and research facilities for our Stevens students, faculty and staff are a top priority as Stevens moves forward into the next decade.
Several recent gifts to Stevens have acknowledged the importance of enhancing and adding campus infrastructure:
In September 2012, the Gianforte Family Foundation and Greg Gianforte '83 announced a $10 million gift to Stevens to assist in the construction of a new Academic Gateway Complex. This Complex, a state-of-the-art interdisciplinary educational and research building, will provide 75,000 square feet of new classroom and laboratory space for key programs.
In November 2012, the American Bureau of Shipping announced a $3 million award to Stevens to construct a new civil, mechanical and naval engineering laboratory complex in the Davidson Laboratory facility. This complex will add five distinct laboratories to the Stevens experience and serve the needs of more than 800 students annually in such areas as robotics, underwater systems, land- and water-based vehicles, and ocean and weather sensors.
To learn more about Stevens' plans and needs for the future, contact the Office of Development at (201) 216-5241 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stevens Fund is part of a long-standing tradition that invites alumni, parents, friends, faculty members and staff to actively invest in the future of Stevens Institute of Technology by contributing flexible funds for opportunities and initiatives that enrich the University.
On April 6, Stevens celebrated the accomplishments of 13 remarkable individuals at the inaugural Stevens Awards Gala in midtown Manhattan.
Providing financial aid through scholarships is a core commitment of Stevens. The ability to increase the financial aid packages that we offer to students and their families is due to the generosity of our alumni and friends who graciously fund endowed and fellowship scholarships every year.