While the reopened campus will remain closed to those other than Stevens students, faculty or staff until further notice, the university will continue to admit invited guests, vendors, service providers and certain other guests.  

To mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Stevens has created new procedures and guidelines to help guide and control visitor and guest access to campus.  

Vendors, Contractors, Service Professionals

Prior to accessing campus grounds, buildings, and interior spaces, including Stevens leased properties, all approved vendors and contractors are expected to present valid photo ID and evidence they have been authorized to enter campus and completed the necessary Vendor Certification regarding health and safety matters. The Campus Vendor COVID-19 Acknowledgment is available from Stevens’ Procurement Department and must be completed prior to entering campus. 

Vendors, contractors, service professionals and delivery services must comply with all temperature and other monitoring implemented, and will not be permitted to enter the campus if determined to have a fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or greater.

For more information, please contact the Office of Procurement at [email protected]

Visitors & Guests

Visitors and guests to the Stevens campus must receive written permission from a Stevens faculty or staff member to enter the Stevens campus grounds, buildings or interior spaces, including Stevens-leased properties.

Visitors and guests who have been granted permission to visit Stevens will receive an email from a faculty or staff member including visitor information and guidance from Stevens regarding health and safety precautions that must be taken during the visit.

Stevens faculty and staff members must submit a Visitor Request form to grant permission for visitors to access the campus.

Undergraduate Admissions Visitors

Stevens recognizes that prospective students and their families may wish to visit and tour the Stevens campus as they consider which colleges to apply to. At this time, Stevens Undergraduate Admissions Information Sessions and tours remain virtual.  To register for a virtual information session, please visit the Undergraduate Admissions Campus Visit Portal.  To take a virtual tour, please click here. At this time, walk-in and in-person visits cannot be accommodated. 

In mid-August, as part of our phased reopening plan, Stevens plans to provide in-person, socially distanced tours of the campus.  Prospective students and families will be notified when in-person tours will start and will be asked to register through the Undergraduate Admissions Campus Visit portal.  Each registered visitor will receive an email granting permission to visit the campus on a specific date and time and must bring this email with them. To promote social distancing, we cannot accommodate walk-in visitors or those without a reservation or appointment.  All visitors are required to adhere to Stevens health and safety guidelines.

Graduate Admissions Visitors

All prospective students who wish to visit campus must make arrangements through Graduate Admissions by emailing [email protected] Walk-in visitors or those without a reservation or appointment will not be accommodated.

Visitors to Graduate Admissions will receive an email granting permission to visit the campus including information about each visitor and guidance from Stevens regarding health and safety precautions.

Visiting Athletic Teams

Stevens will follow all NCAA guidelines regarding visiting athletic teams. See Varsity Athletics for more on NCAA guidelines for varsity athletes.

Alumni Visitors

Alumni who have a need to visit the Stevens campus must receive written permission from a Stevens’ faculty or staff member to enter the Stevens campus grounds, buildings and interior spaces, including Stevens leased properties. (However the Library is open only to Stevens students, faculty and staff at this time.)

Alumni who have been granted permission to visit Stevens will receive an email from a faculty or staff member indicating visitor information and guidance from Stevens regarding health and safety precautions that must be taken during the visit.

Stevens is committed to promoting a safe, healthy and flexible university and campus environment. Accordingly, due to various uncertainties generated by the COVID-19 pandemic, this information is subject to change and Stevens reserves the right to modify its programming, services and facilities as part of its ongoing efforts to maintain its educational activities and support the well-being of all members of the Stevens community.