Submitting Supplemental Materials
Submitting Supplemental Materials
Supplemental materials that must accompany your application include your official transcript, at least one teacher recommendation, one guidance counselor recommendation, SAT or ACT scores (or your digital portfolio, if applicable) and your personal statement.
International applicants: Please visit our International Students page for additional application requirements.
We must receive your supplemental materials by the application deadline. You can have materials sent to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions by mail, email or online submission.
Stevens Institute of Technology
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Ruesterholz Admissions Center
1 Castle Point Terrace
Hoboken, NJ 07030
e: [email protected]
Submitting Test Scores
The Covid-19 Pandemic has led to continued SAT/ACT testing challenges. It remains difficult for many students to take the exams and students who are able to take the exams may still be doing so under unusual circumstances. Recognizing that standardized testing opportunities may not be available to potential applicants, and in an effort to support access to our university, Stevens Institute of Technology is extending the SAT/ACT test optional policy, with some exceptions, for Fall 2023 first year applicants and Fall 2022, Spring 2023, and Fall 2023 transfer applicants.
The test optional plan requires applicants to indicate if they will submit test scores on their application for admission. Those who choose to do so may self-report test scores with the understanding that officially submitted test scores from the appropriate testing agency are required for enrollment.
The test optional plan does not eliminate the need for demonstrated language proficiency. Non-native English-speaking students will still be required to submit results from an English language proficiency exam (TOEFL, IELTS, PTE, SAT EBRW or Duolingo).
If you are applying to our Accelerated Pre-Medicine or Pre-Law programs, test scores must still be submitted.
LEARN ABOUT ACCELERATED PROGRAMS
Use the following institutional codes when submitting your standardized test scores:
If you are applying to our Music & Technology or Visual Arts & Technology programs you are strongly encouraged to submit a portfolio.
LEARN ABOUT PORTFOLIO SUBMISSION
Your Admissions Interview
Interviews are optional for all applicants to Stevens. For Fall 2023 applicants, interviews will be held virtually and in-person. Registration information can be found on the Campus Visit Portal.
For students applying to the accelerated pre-medicine program, Stevens will contact applicants to schedule an interview following our initial application review. Select students will be contacted, as not all applicants are guaranteed an interview with Stevens.
SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW
Once your application has been submitted, you will receive an acknowledgement from our office indicating that we received your application. Stevens will communicate with you via email to follow up on required supporting documents and other requests relevant to your application. When you submit an application for admission, you will be opted in to receive email communications from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to ensure that we can communicate effectively with you about the application process.
Viewing Your Application
After submitting your application, you will have access to your student portal. On your portal, you can view your application checklist, admission decision and all information relevant to your Stevens application. You will receive an email whenever an update is available on your portal.
GO TO STUDENT PORTAL
Notification of Admission Decision
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions will notify you of our admission decision by the date listed on the admissions timeline. If you’re admitted, you can then use your student portal to view financial aid information, reply to your offer of admission, and access enrollment documents.
GO TO ADMISSIONS TIMELINE
Stevens provides equal employment and makes the benefits and services of its educational and research programs available to employees and students without discrimination on the basis of any individual's race, color, sex, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, religion, creed, national origin (including ancestry), citizenship status, physical or mental disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran or military status (including special disabled veteran, Vietnam-era veteran or recently separated veteran), predisposing genetic characteristics, domestic violence victim status, or any other characteristic protected by an applicable law (each, a "Protected Characteristic").
For questions about the application process, please feel free to contact us. Our admissions counselors and staff are here to assist you. If you are having technical difficulties with the Common Application, please open a ticket directly with Common Application Support.
CONTACT AN ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR