Undergraduate International Students
Please note that some international students may be affected by travel restrictions related to COVID-19. If you are a new or returning undergraduate international student, please click to learn more.
As a student-centric research university, Stevens considers academic matters to be of the highest importance. With the health and safety of our faculty, staff and students as our top priority, Stevens made the determination that for the fall 2020 semester, only first-year students, new transfer students, and new graduate students would have the opportunity for an on-campus learning experience. These students would study through a mix of in-person, socially-distanced hybrid learning and online instruction. All other students continued to pursue their education online.
For spring 2021, we are formulating plans that allow for a moderate increase in the number of students and activities on campus. In addition to the students who were permitted on campus in fall 2020, we are welcoming:
As was the case in fall 2020, all students will continue to have the option for completely online learning.
It is important to underscore that all our plans are subject to change based on health conditions and infection rates at Stevens and within the local community, as well as state and federal government guidance.
The spring 2021 Academic Calendar will be modified to allow ample time for travel, preparation and the potential need for quarantining and COVID-19 testing prior to the start of the semester. Major changes include:
The revised academic calendar is posted online.