The Stevens Summer Advantage
The Stevens Summer is a pre-college experience that challenges, and promotes discovery and exploration. Each summer, talented high school students from the United States and all over the world come to Stevens for a true residential college experience. Get a taste of campus life, experience hands-on projects, visit successful companies, take a bite out of the Big Apple, and make your college application stand out!
Project-based Learning. This summer work in teams and compete to accomplish project goals.
Hands-on Research. Get an up-close perspective of your field of study-whether it is engineering, science, business, or our music programs.
Access to Industry Professionals. Gain insider knowledge about the life of professionals-engineers, scientists, business professionals and musicians in the field through corporate site visits.
An Edge in the College Admissions Process. A specialized, hands-on summer program at a well-reputed university can give high school students the credentials to stand out from other candidates.
A True Residential College Experience. Residence halls, college dining, new friends, fun, and hard work will give you a realistic preview of college life.
An Unbeatable Location. Social activities abound in and around the most exciting metropolis in the world: enjoy sporting events, museum trips, sightseeing trips, and other recreational activities that offer you the excitement of New York City access from the relaxing and safe atmosphere of a residential campus.
Exploring Career Options in Engineering and Science (ECOES)
What does it really mean to be a business major in a global, technology-based economic environment? This program will help you develop fundamental business and technical skills and explore your interests in business, finance, marketing, management and entrepreneurship, and get a taste of the real world of business students and professionals.
If you have questions about any programs in The Stevens Summer, don’t hesitate to contact Marsha Melnyk, Assistant Director of Summer Programs, at 201.216.3353 or you can contact the main Undergraduate Admissions Office at 201.216.5194