There are seven unique residence halls located on the Stevens campus that are home to undergraduate students during the academic year. These residence halls foster a rich social atmosphere that complements the university’s intellectual, academic environment. Undergraduates and their classmates are close to all Stevens resources, including classrooms, labs, the library, dining facilities and the athletic center. Click below to explore each of our residence halls.
Special Interest Housing
Stevens’ special interest communities bring together students who share the same passions and interests. The Lore El Center for Women provides an exciting and dynamic living and learning community for a small group of undergraduate women at Stevens. The C.A.R.E. House, which stands for Community Awareness Residential Experience, provides an opportunity for students who are dedicated to community service and volunteerism to live with students who share this interest. Stevens is also home to 16 fraternities and sororities. Click the links below to learn more about special interest housing and Greek life at Stevens.
Stevens Leased Housing
Stevens leases apartments in eight off-campus buildings in historic Hoboken. Residents enjoy the excitement of the city of Hoboken while having the convenience of living within a short walk or shuttle ride to the Stevens campus. Stevens Leased Housing residents also benefit from a 12-month lease extending from July through June. Explore this section for additional details on Stevens Leased Housing opportunities.
While some Stevens graduate students live within the nearby residential community in Stevens Leased Housing, most choose to live off-campus in Hoboken, Jersey City and nearby communities, among the thousands of young professionals who call this area home. Explore this section to find tips on renting an apartment, transportation to campus, parking regulations, dining and meal plans, and more.