Save the Date! Family Weekend is September 25-26, 2021.
Check back for more information and registration this summer!
Saturday, September 25:
10 - 11 am State of the University with President Nariman Favardin
11 am - 1 pm Open Houses
11 am - 3 pm Informational Breakout Sessions; Harvest Festival with Lunch & Attractions
1 - 4 pm Stevens Historical Walking Tours
Sunday, September 26
To Be Determined
Parent & Family Programs is an opportunity for families to connect with Stevens and learn more about the rich variety of offerings and resources available to Stevens students. Below are recordings from last year's series.
9.26.20 Virtual Family Day
Steven's president, Dr. Nariman Farvardin provides the State of the University address. Following the president, a special parent alumni panel offered parents and families useful advice and valuable insight on how to support students through their college experience. A recording of the program can be viewed here.
10.10.20 First Steps Toward Career Success
The Executive and Associate Directors of the Stevens Career Center provide recommended first steps for students to find their path to career success. The recording of this webinar can be found here.
10.17.20 Parent & Family Series: Academic Support
The Office of Undergraduate Academics and Academic Support Center informs parents and families about first-year academics, advising opportunities, and academic support services available for students. Catch the recording of the webinar here.
10.21.20 Stevens Fraternity and Sorority Life Parent Seminar
The Assistant Director and Graduate Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life join student representatives of Greek Life, to talk about the history of Greek Life at Stevens, requirements for your student to join, and share their experiences. View a recording of the program here.
11.7.20 Supporting your Duck’s Mental Health through the College Years
Learn how families can play an important role in providing emotional support and boost student wellness through the stressful moments of college. Dr. Melissa Zarin of Counseling and Psychological Services provides practical self-care tips for your Duck to succeed during COVID. Dr. Zarin can be reached at [email protected].
11.14.20 Planning Ahead for Study Abroad in a Pandemic: Are Virtual International Internships the Temporary Solution?
Learn about the rich opportunities for students to broaden their education and enhance their opportunities for employment and professional studies through the Study Abroad program and what virtual options there are right now. View a recording of the program here.