Stevens is situated in the ideal location, in a top-3 college town (Hoboken) and positioned directly across the Hudson River from New York City -- the financial and cultural hub of the world, and a rising center of technology innovation. A 55-acre hilltop campus, just minutes from the city by train, bus or ferry? Now that's access to opportunity.
Traveling to New York City
Marked by the old Lackawana Terminal Clock Tower, the Hoboken Terminal serves as the main transportation hub in Hoboken. Here you will find New Jersey Transit trains, New Jersey Transit buses, ferry service to Manhattan, and PATH service to New York City. Students and visitors can be in NYC within minutes if traveling by bus, ferry or train. All methods are transportation are within walking distance of the Stevens campus. Hoboken Terminal
1 Hudson Place
Bus: Take the NJ Transit #126 Bus to Port Authority Terminal in New York City. Visit njtransit.com for full scheduling information.
Subway: Take the PATH train from Hoboken Terminal to New York City stations located at a number of locations from Lower Manhattan to Midtown Manhattan. Stevens offers free shuttle service to and from the Hoboken PATH station. Visit
PATH for fare and scheduling information.
Take NY Waterway from Hoboken Terminal or Hoboken 14th Street to a number of New York City ferry terminals. Visit
for full scheduling information.
The Holland and Lincoln Tunnels provide vehicle access to NYC from New Jersey. There is a $15 toll to enter NYC through either tunnel (toll subject to change)