About Visiting Campus
The best way to learn about the opportunities available at Stevens Institute of Technology is to visit our campus. Walk-ins are welcome, but we encourage you to register online to ensure manageable group sizes and seating accommodations for all of our guests. If you are unable to register online, please call 800.STEVENS or 201-216-5194, and we can assist with your registration.
Click here to register for any type of campus visit and see below for descriptions of our visit options.
Campus Visits consist of a 40-minute Admissions Information Session followed by a walking campus tour. Campus Visits are available Monday through Friday and on select Saturdays.
The Admissions Information Session covers the application process, academic areas, student life, professional resources and other aspects of campus. Please note that Stevens does not conduct Information Sessions in the month of February.
Following the presentation, the Campus Visit will conclude with a walking tour of Stevens. Highlights of the campus tour include residence halls, main academic buildings, dining halls, library, athletic complex and more. The tour is indoors and outdoors, so please check the weather forecast before visiting.
We offer academic campus tours during the school year for insights to specific academic interest areas. You will have the opportunity to see the laboratory spaces, learn about the department's majors and curriculum, and ask questions to an upperclassman tour guide in that major. The tour will be indoors and outdoors, so please check the weather forecast before visiting.
Spring 2016 Academic Campus Tours:
Engineering: Tuesday (12 pm), Wednesday (3 pm), Thursday (12 pm)
Humanities and the Arts: Wednesday (12 pm)
Computer Science: Friday (12 pm)
Business: Monday (12 pm)
Sciences: Tuesday (3 pm)
Attend a Class
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions has handpicked a variety of classes for prospective students to audit. These classes were chosen to mirror the types of courses you would be taking as an underclassman. You can attend any class session, regardless of your intended major. ‘Attend a Class’ is intended for applicants and accepted students only.
The admissions interview is a one-on-one meeting between a prospective high school senior or transfer student and a member of the Undergraduate Admissions staff or an alumnus. Interviews are available in-person, via phone or Skype. Please be mindful of the time zone listed when registering for your interview, as all interviews are scheduled in Eastern Time Zone, unless otherwise noted. Interviews for High School applicants wishing to enroll in the fall term must be completed by their application deadline. Transfer students wishing to interview for Fall Term can interview prior to January 15th or after March 15th.
Visit Days are held throughout the year for general and specific prospective students and are published here on the Undergraduate Admissions website. Activities include tours, admissions and financial aid overviews, student presentations and other information sessions and showcases. Click here for a complete schedule of general and academic specific visit days.
To schedule a group visit, click the registration link below. We ask that you make your group visit request at least 3 weeks and up to 3 months out from the preferred date. A typical campus visit will include an Information Sesion, led by an Admissions Counselor, and a private campus tour. We can also customize your agenda, if you'd like to learn more about a specific program we offer here at Stevens. Group visits are intended for high schools and organizations looking to come to campus with over 15 people in their party.
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The Ruesterholz Admissions Center has eleven reserved parking spots. There are two lots, one below the building and one adjacent to the building, reserved for admissions visitors. Please park in one of these spaces when you arrive for an admissions visit. If these spaces are taken, temporarily park in front of the Howe Center and visit the Information Desk in the Howe Center lobby. The staff at the Information Desk will direct you to a parking lot.
For Visit Days, the Howe Center and 8th Street parking lots are available for our guests. If those lots are full, temporarily park in front of the Howe Center and visit the Information Desk in the Howe Center lobby. The staff at the Information Desk will direct you to alternate parking.