The Stevens Veterans and Military Office

American flag flys on Stevens campus at Castle Point with New York city in background.

With a strong commitment to our nation's veterans, Stevens Institute of Technology has established the Stevens Veterans and Military Office to extend maximum support and services to a most deserving and qualified group of new students.

Since 1870, Stevens has been providing education ranging from the Navy Steamship Engineering School in WWI to a large contingent of officer leadership training in WWII, to engineering education during Korea and Vietnam. Since the re-activation of the Stevens Veterans and Military Office (SVMO) in Spring, ’09, over 300 Veterans, current military members and children of current military have enrolled in Stevens classes at both the graduate and undergraduate levels through The SVMO.

The degree completion rate of this cadre has been 98.2%. The Stevens Veterans & Military Office Team has specialists from education, finance, student support and administration that work closely with each and every Veteran and military family member, and all four of the major services (Marine Corps, Navy, Army and Air Force) are represented in our Veteran/Military student community.

Veteran Programs

Stevens academic programs in engineering, technology, business and leadership collate closely with many military occupational specialty (MOS) areas.

About the Veterans Program

Stevens was one of the first universities is the NY/NJ Metropolitan Area to enter The Yellow Ribbon Program.
Students at table, one in uniform, share information about military programs at Stevens
Students in Uniform at information table

Military Education and Leadership Programs

Learn about the different Military Education and Leadership Programs

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Campus and Community Programs

Stevens actively and enthusiastically embraces a number of campus and community programs which contribute substantially to the mission of American Veterans and Military.

World War II Navy Engineers on Campus

Read Their Stories

Learn more about our extraordinary veteran and military-connected community and their accomplishments these articles.