The Edwin A. Stevens (EAS) Society is home to the most engaged supporters of Stevens.

Members – over 600 alumni, faculty, staff, parents, friends and current students – make annual, leadership-level gifts that enable the university to accomplish its goals of nurturing students and pursuing research that advances society. Founded in 1974, the EAS Society honors Edwin A. Stevens, who established Stevens with funds bestowed after his death in 1868.

Have a Profound Impact on Stevens:

The leadership support from EAS Society members sustains and strengthens vital areas of Stevens, such as scholarships, academic programs, athletics, and campus facilities.

Supporters of Stevens are recognized by the EAS Society when they make gifts at the following levels:

President’s Circle

Benefactor: $25,000+
Trailblazer: $10,000-$24,999

Dean’s Circle

Patron: $5,000-$9,999
Fellow: $2,500-$4,999
Founder: $1,000-$2,499

Associate Members

The Edwin A. Stevens Society proudly offers Associate recognition to recent Stevens undergraduate and graduate alumni, current students and their parents, and faculty and staff. Below are the minimum gift levels for Associate recognition:

Class of 2012-2015: $250
Class of 2007-2011: $500
Current Students: $100
Faculty & Staff, Parents of Current Students: $500

EAS Society Members Enjoy:

An official Edwin. A Stevens Society member pin
Invitations and special access to select academic and social events
Recognition in Stevens publications
Direct involvement in Stevens meeting its strategic goals

Join an Exclusive Network of Leaders at Stevens Today!

Whether you’re joining or renewing, you will immediately become part of a robust network of industry leaders, inventors, entrepreneurs and educators dedicated to investing in Stevens’ future. Participate today by making a gift on our convenient and secure online form.

You can also mail a check payable to Stevens Institute of Technology to:

Stevens Institute of Technology
Office of Development
1 Castle Point Terrace
Hoboken, NJ 07030

Questions? For more information on the Edwin A. Stevens Society, please contact Casey Bell, Director of the EAS Society, at 201-216-3335 or [email protected]