12: Student Residences
As undergraduate enrollment has grown throughout the past decade, so has the need for undergraduate housing. In recent years, Stevens has only had space to house first-year students in on-campus residence halls (returning students could either secure off-campus housing through the university or make other living arrangements independently). The UCC’s residence towers have made it possible for almost 1,000 returning students to continue their on-campus experience, keeping them close to friends, minimizing the commute to classes and club meetings, and creating round-the-clock opportunities for community building.
Rooms are available in a variety of configurations, accommodating one to four students. All are equipped with large windows, a private bathroom and a kitchenette. Some larger rooms also have a central living area. At the east end of each hallway on every floor is a lounge area with floor-to-ceiling windows and incredible views of the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline.