Students wishing to enroll in courses for graduate credit will enroll online and submit a completed Application for Admissions to the Stevens/Orbital Program Manager at fax number 800.261.0177.
Individuals who have been formally accepted for admission into Stevens should follow the course enrollment steps listed below. Non-matriculating* students should also follow the steps outlined below.
- Choose where and when to take the course by viewing the Orbital-sponsored course schedule.
- You will receive a confirmation of enrollment, with pre-reading information where applicable, by e-mail, one week prior to your course. If you do not receive this confirmation, please contact the Stevens Program Manager at 877-376-9534.
- Please visit MyStevens on the Stevens website at www.stevens.edu/mystevens . This is a portal to Web for Students, where your personal and academic information is stored and recorded. Please log in and check your personal information and update your email, phone and home address information so we can keep you informed about issues related to your graduate education. Pipeline also provides access to your Stevens e-mail account and WebCT, which you will need if you enroll in online courses. Please review our Tuition Payment and Course Drop Policy here.
Transfer credit for courses taken at other schools can be considered at this time and included on the Study Plan. For more information regarding transfer credit policies and procedures click here. Orbital participants are only required to sign the transfer credit form, the Stevens/Orbital program office will obtain all other required signatures.
Requests for transfer credit and all required documentation must be submitted directly to the Stevens/Orbital Program Office at fax number 800.261.0177.
For tuition and fees please contact the Student and Faculty Care Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or your Orbital Sciences Corporate Education POC below.
Chandler and Gilbert Locations
Phone: 480-814-6816 (Chandler)
Phone: 480-355-7446 (Gilbert)
*Students taking classes for graduate credit but have not been formally admitted into a degree program are considered "Non-matriculating" students. Non-matriculating students can take up to three courses, after which they must apply for admission into a degree program.