Policy Library

20. Academic Administration

The office of the Provost and Vice President provides the academic administration to enable Stevens Institute of Technology in achieving its mission of creating new knowledge and educating and inspiring students to acquire the competencies needed to lead in scientific discovery and in the creation, application and management of technology to solve complex problems and to build new enterprises. The following are the core goals:

  • Administrative Assistance to ensure that the students receive a broad-based, multidisciplinary learning experience in the sciences, engineering, business and liberal arts with emphasis on the fundamental concepts, techniques and attitudes that underlie different branches of technology.
  • Assist the Office of the Provost in the development of academic leadership and research communities based on trans-disciplinary collaboration leading world-class research with a distinct impact in focused areas of national importance.


20.1    Faculty Handbook

20.2    Affirmative Action Policy & Compliance

20.3    Discrimination and Harassment Policy

20.4    Conflict of Interest

20.5    Faculty

20.6    Faculty Governance

20.7    Compensation and Benefits

20.8    Dismissal, Suspension, or Other Sanctions

20.9    Grievance Policy

20.10  Privacy

20.11  Policy on Academic Freedom

20.12  Policy on Research Misconduct


21.1 Guidelines and Procedures for External Peer Review of Academic Departments

21.2 Guidelines for the Review and Continuous Improvement of Academic Leadership