Dear Friends:

At Stevens Institute of Technology, we have a long-standing tradition of educating top innovators, inventors, scientists and business leaders, and providing professional and personal support to students both on-campus and as they move forward in their careers. At Stevens, we are also proud of our legacy of educating enlisted and military officers over the past 140 years, and remain committed to our nation's Veterans. It is in part due to this strong commitment that we are actively pursuing participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program, a GI Education Enhancement Program that will allow Veterans to study at Stevens while receiving exceptional financial benefits.

As a Yellow Ribbon School, Stevens is dedicated to providing the maximum financial coverage possible through the program. Our outstanding academic programs both at the undergraduate and graduate levels offer countless opportunities for qualified Veterans of all five branches of the United States Military. Classes are offered on-campus and online via Stevens' award-winning WebCampus, providing convenient options and access across the country and around the globe.

The Stevens Veterans Office (SVO) has been established as a resource for all Veterans who are interested in attending, or learning more, about Stevens. In addition to providing assistance with application, enrollment and financial processes, the office will offer academic advising, professional development guidance and psychological counseling. The SVO, in conjunction with Stevens administration, faculty and staff, will provide the necessary support for Veterans during their transition to becoming students and active members of the Stevens community. We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dean Deborah Berkley as the director of the SVO.

For more information on the history of Stevens and our involvement with educating those who have served our country, please feel free to peruse our SVO website. We look forward to continuing this tradition, as a proud Yellow Ribbon Institution, and further affirming our commitment to the United States Military and our nation's Veterans.


Donald N. Lombardi, Ph.D., USMC(R)
Faculty Liaison, Stevens Veterans Office


About Stevens

Founded in 1870, Stevens is fourth-oldest technological institute in the United States. Based on a history of innovation and excellence, Stevens continues to distinguish itself as a premier technological and research institute. Stevens offers a world-class education, dedicated to providing an academic setting where the pursuit of bold new ideas, creative enterprise and a zeal for learning flourish among the faculty and students in their pursuits of engineering, science and technology management, as well as of the humanities which enrich our academics.

Currently, there are 30 bachelor's programs, 40 master's programs, 18 PhD programs and more than 100 graduate certificates through the Schaefer School of Engineering and Science, the School of Systems and Enterprises, the Howe School of Technology Management, and the College of Arts and Letters. The Stevens student body is comprised of 1,800 undergraduate students, and 2,700 graduate students. Located just minutes from New York City, Stevens offers students a wealth of internship, cooperative education, and hands-on research opportunities, as well as, a vibrant campus life.