When donors support Stevens, students at Stevens succeed.
Financial support often makes the difference in whether a student can attend Stevens. Alumni and friends who support scholarships, fellowships and pre-college programs alleviate financial burdens and enable students to focus on reaching their potential.
With donor-supported scholarships, Stevens students can pursue their highest aspirations. Scholarships help Stevens recruit talent and enable students to focus on their studies, clubs, activities and career prep.
Graduate students are focused on discovery and innovation. However, many cannot participate without financial assistance. Graduate fellowships provide relief from financial burdens and empower students to concentrate on their research and career outcomes.
An immersive pre-college experience guides students on one of the first major decisions they will make, on how to pick a college and what to study. The students who benefit most from pre-college often come from families unable to afford the program. Scholarships enable students to visit the Stevens campus, explore STEM subjects and see a new direction for their futures.
Accessing Careers in Engineering and Science (ACES)
Stevens ACES opens doors to higher education for high school students through an immersive summer pre-college program and scholarships for under-resourced students to enroll as undergraduates.
Stevens Technical Enrichment Program (STEP)
STEP was established in the 1960s to help students of diverse backgrounds achieve their academic, personal and career goals. The program offers academic support, advising and counseling, professional development and lifelong ties to a STEP family.
Establish a Scholarship
Many donors establish a scholarship or fellowship to honor their experience at Stevens, give back what they received when they were a student, pay tribute to a loved one, or honor a reunion year and milestone celebration.