The Lore-El Center is a beautiful, Victorian-style home located on upper campus at 802 Castle Point Terrace, within close proximity to fraternity and sorority housing. The Lore-El Center provides a unique living and learning experience for undergraduate women and non-binary students at Stevens. This living-learning opportunity unites a small group of Stevens leaders in a supportive and close community of their peers. The house consists of single, double and triple rooms, with a common lounge area where residents can socialize and study together. A separate application, available only during the housing selection period, is required to live in the Lore-El Center.
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