What to Bring
We want you to feel at home at Stevens! Check out this list of suggested items to bring with you to help make your transition easier.
Stevens students enjoy a vibrant and dynamic living and learning environment on our stunning, 55-acre residential campus in Hoboken, New Jersey. Our residential community celebrates and promotes diversity, fosters respect and leadership skills, and facilitates a wide variety of experiences and activities that support the development of well-rounded individuals.
Stevens offers the very best of both small town and big city living. Our hometown of Hoboken – ranked one of the top college towns in the nation by The Princeton Review – is a lively, pedestrian-friendly community, offering a variety of boutiques, restaurants, parks, cafes and nightlife. Nearby, New York City is a quick train, bus or ferry ride from Stevens’ waterfront campus on the Hudson River, connecting students to Manhattan’s world-famous culture, business and entertainment.
With over 20 different housing options including on-campus residence halls and apartments in Hoboken, Stevens students have great flexibility in choosing where to live.
Main Office Phone: 201-216-5128
For general email inquiries, contact [email protected]
|Trina Ballantyne||Dean of Residence Life||201-216-5128|
|Tony Blazini||Director of Residence Life||201-216-5128|
|Kurtis Watkins||Associate Director of Residence Life||201-216-5128|
|Patrick Monaco||Assistant Director of Housing Operations||201-216-5128|
|Cathy McGuire||Office Manager/Assignments Coordinator||201-216-5128|
|Hyojin Lee||Business Manager||201-216-5128|
|Steven Couras||Area Director-On Campus||201-216-3736|
|Chad Jones||Area Director-Leased Housing (SLH)||201-216-3976|
|Danielle Holmes||Area Director-Greek/Special Interest/Leased Housing (GSLH)||201-216-3745|