The Stevens Return on Investment
Stevens is a National Leader in Salaries and ROI.
According to PayScale and other national surveys, Stevens is consistently ranked among the top colleges with the highest paying graduates. That is because Stevens boasts high-quality and highly regarded academic programs in engineering, the sciences, business, humanities and the arts which prepare students to solve critical problems facing society through technological innovation.
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Situated in Hoboken, N.J., just minutes from Manhattan, Stevens offers unsurpassed opportunities for students to gain real-world work experience through internships and cooperative education offerings. Regularly recruited and in great demand by top employers, Stevens graduates experience a lifetime of benefits and realize outstanding career outcomes. They are talented and broadly educated innovators and leaders who have built countless technology companies, introduced new products to the market and held influential positions in academia, government and industry.
Rankings and Recognition
Earning top marks for ROI, internships and salaries, Stevens prepares students for success by any measure. Read more...>>
- Stevens Ranks 15th Nationally for Best Career Services
- Stevens Ranks 12th in U.S. for Mid-Career Salary of Graduates
- Stevens Ranked 5th Nationally for Return on Investment for Students
- Stevens Is Ranked 7th as a Leading University Granting STEM Degrees
The Professional Advantage
An investment in education has lifelong payback, but parents and students want to know what happens after graduation? For Stevens students, prospects are excellent. Stevens students are aggressively recruited by prestigious corporations, government entities and non-profit organizations, such as JPMorgan Chase, ExxonMobil, Johnson & Johnson and Verizon. Students pursuing graduate and professional degrees are equally successful - Stevens students are accepted into top graduate and professional schools, like Georgetown University School of Medicine, Yale University and the NYU Stern School of Business. Read more...>>
CLASS OF 2014 STUDENT OUTCOMES (as of May 2014)
- Average Starting Salary: $64,600
- 94% of graduates from class of 12013 and 2012 secured post-graduation outcomes with a response rate of 88 percent and 89 percent, respectively
- 300+ companies recruit on campus
The Stevens Difference
Stevens' mission is to inspire, nurture and educate leaders in tomorrow’s technology-centric environment while addressing the most challenging problems of our time. Ours is a holistic approach that nurtures the whole student. Learn more about the Stevens difference.