Tuition deposit due for Early Decision I students
Tuition deposit due for Early Decision II students
Tuition deposit due for Regular Decision students
Within Three Weeks
For transfer students, your tuition deposit is due within three weeks of receiving your acceptance letter
Admitted Students Day
Celebrate Being a #FutureDuck Each spring, we give our admitted students and their families a special chance to really get to know Stevens. Check your student portal in the coming months for updates regarding admitted student events! We hope you will join us to celebrate becoming a #futureduck!
After You've Submitted Your Deposit
You're officially a Duck! Now it's time for you and your family to get ready for your next big adventure. Here's what comes next:
You can begin the enrollment process once we receive your tuition deposit. Some information will be available on your student portal, and some will be posted here. You will receive an email when enrollment documents are available on your student portal. These documents include information on how to set up your myStevens account and outline the enrollment process. We will release enrollment documents for Early Decision I by February 1, Early Decision II by April 1, and Regular Decision by May 15.
Apply for Financial Aid
We’re committed to helping you make a Stevens education as affordable as possible. The Office of Financial Aid can partner with you to develop a plan for paying for college and assist you in understanding your eligibility for different types of aid. Apply for aid as early as possible, as some forms of aid are awarded on a first come, first served basis. You can apply as early as January 1.
Apply for Housing
We’re ready and waiting to make Stevens your home away from home! Once you receive your myStevens account information, you can apply for housing by filling out our online application and submitting your housing deposit. The guaranteed housing deadline for incoming freshman is May 31.
Set Up Payment Options
You and your family will need to complete additional, mandatory forms to make payment arrangements and complete financial aid paperwork before you arrive. Student and Financial Services handles financial aid, registration and e-billing — and their counseling and support staff members are on hand to answer any questions you or your family have about these processes.
Learn More about Transferring Credits
Find out how to receive college credit toward your degree with Advanced Placement (AP) examination scores, International Baccalaureate (IB) examination scores, or how to transfer college credits you may have already received while attending high school.
Learn About the Bridge Program
Fast-paced, challenging and fun, our six-week Bridge Summer Program offers a firsthand introduction to the demands and high expectations of the Stevens curriculum, at no additional cost. Enhance your academic skills, discover resources for success and get comfortable with life on campus while making new friends among classmates and upperclassmen. Bridge is required for students participating in the STEP and EOF programs.
Health and Immunization Records
The State of New Jersey and Stevens require you to provide a health and immunization record as a mandatory step in the registration process. The form must be signed by a physician or healthcare provider, and some immunizations may require multiple doses, so be sure to make any medical appointments as soon as possible.
View Pre-Orientation Program
Learn about IntroDUCKtion IntroDUCKtion is your unique opportunity to virtually explore the spaces and places on the Stevens campus that you will soon call home. IntroDUCKtion includes both mandatory and optional virtual sessions for all new students that are designed to provide you with additional support in navigating life at Stevens as well as provide you with connections to knowledgeable faculty, staff, and students. Virtual sessions and offerings will take place in July and August. Information about IntroDUCKtion will be shared to your Stevens email. Check Out Pre-Orientation Pre-Orientation Programs at Stevens Institute of Technology provide new students an opportunity to come to campus early and connect with peers around a specific topic or area of interest. Pre-Orientation participants will be placed in smaller groups to help foster a sense of commmunity and discovery within each of the programs. This program will take place between August 24-27, 2022. Whether you are interested in exploring the local area, enhancing your leadership skills or just want to meet new students, we have the program for you! Registration will open on April 1, 2022 and will include information about each program offering contingent upon COVID-19 health advisories as determined by the State of New Jersey.
Learn About Orientation
Orientation is designed to welcome you to our vibrant community, learn about academic and student services, and explore ways to get involved during your time as a Stevens student. All incoming students will be required to participate in New Student Orientation that will take place between August 27-31, 2022. Forthcoming information about Orientation will be provided contingent upon COVID-19 health advisories as determined by the State of New Jersey.
Check Your Stevens Email
You will be notified, via your Stevens email address, when your fall semester class schedule is available in mid-August. Schedules will be constructed based upon your intended major and any AP/IB/college credits earned.
Student Service Center
The Student Service Center (SSC) is located on the first floor of the Wesley J. Howe Center. The SSC houses staff members of the Office of Financial Aid and Office of Student Accounts. Student Service Center Hours Monday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuesday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Deferring Your Enrollment
First year applicants who have been offered admission to Stevens may submit a request to defer enrollment for one year. Requests must be submitted, in writing, to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions ([email protected]). Deferment requests must be received prior to the first day of the fall semester for consideration. If approved, the following apply:
Deferred students must pay the required tuition deposit for the original term of entry. The deposit will be credited to the new term of entry.
Deferred students are expected to re-confirm their intention to enroll with the admissions office no later than January 15th.
The following guidelines apply when deferring enrollment:
Students may not defer their enrollment to attend another college or university. If you choose to attend another college or university, your admission will be revoked and you will need to reapply as a transfer student.
Students may not defer their enrollment to apply to other colleges and universities during the period of deferment. If it is discovered that you have attended or have applied to other institutions, your admissions may be revoked.
Students who are granted approval to defer their enrollment should understand that their approval is contingent upon successful completion of any high school course work in progress at the time approval is granted. A final high school transcript indicating date of graduation must be forwarded to the Stevens Office of Undergraduate Admissions immediately upon graduation.
Though approval to defer one's enrollment is typically granted for one year, we may approve students to defer their enrollment for 2 or 3 years to complete compulsory military service or missionary work. Students will not be approved to defer their enrollment for 2 or 3 years in advance. Requests for a second or third year of deferred enrollment must be received no later than January 15th.
Students who have been approved for one year of deferred enrollment and who received Stevens’ financial aid awards (merit scholarship and/or grant) can expect the Stevens awards to be deferred as well. A new CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE will not be required for the new term of entry.
Deferred students must reapply for any federal or state funds that were awarded as part of an original package by completing and submitting a new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the published deadlines.
Stevens’ scholarships and grants awarded at the time of admission are not deferred beyond the first year of approved deferred enrollment. Students who are approved for a second or third year of deferment must reapply for all forms of financial aid by filing both the CSS PROFILE and FAFSA by February 15 prior to the fall semester of entry.