Facts and Statistics

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Students, Faculty and Staff By the Numbers 


Students looking at computer screenUndergraduate Students

Total (Fall 2022): 4,070

  • Women: 32%

  • Underrepresented Minorities*: 18%

  • Domestic Out-of-State: 33%

  • International Students: 3%

  • Student:Faculty Ratio: 12:1


Graduate Student sitting in classroomGraduate Students

Total (Fall 2022): 5,244

  • Women: 27%

  • Underrepresented Minorities*: 5%

  • Domestic: 33%

  • International: 67%


3 Faculty MembersFaculty

Total Full-Time (AY 2021-22): 335

  • Women: 29%

  • Underrepresented Minorities*: 2%


Stevens staff members pose with AttilaStaff

Total Full-Time (AY 2021-22): 603

  • Women: 56%

  • Underrepresented Minorities*: 25%


*Underrepresented Minority (URM) is a designation used by the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES). This category comprises three racial or ethnic minority groups (Black, Hispanic, and American Indian or Alaska Native) whose representation in science and engineering education or employment is smaller than their representation in the U.S. population.

Admissions and Student Outcomes By the Numbers


Stevens Orientation Unpacking Trunk Admission Statistics (incoming Fall 2022)

  • Applicants: 12,500

  • Acceptance rate: 46%

  • New students enrolling: 1,010

  • SAT Range*: 1380-1510, combined math/reading (*middle 50%)

  • Average High School GPA: 3.88


Graduate Students in ClassroomGraduate Admission Statistics (AY 2022-23)

  • Fall 2021 Applicants: 14,777

  • New students enrolling: 3,798

  • Spring 2022 Applicants: 5,105

  • New students enrolling: 761


Commencement UG 2019Student Outcomes (Class of 2021)

  • Average starting salary: $75,400

  • 97% secured their career outcomes within 6 months of graduation

  • 96% of Graduate students secured their career outcomes within 3 months of graduation

  • 37% pursued graduate or professional school

Academics & Research


Students in classroom working on computers Degrees Offered

B.E., B.S., B.A., M.S., M.Eng., M.A., Engineer, M.B.A., Ph.D.

  • 35 Undergraduate Majors

  • 58 Master's degree programs

  • 20 Ph.D. programs (plus three interdisciplinary programs)

  • 194 Graduate certificates


RoboticsSchools

  • Schaefer School of Engineering & Science

  • School of Business

  • School of Systems & Enterprises

  • College of Arts and Letters


Male students and Professor in classroomDegrees Awarded (2021)

  • 768 Bachelor's

  • 429 Post-Baccalaureate certificates

  • 1,611 Master's

  • 54 Doctoral


Shipping containersNational Research Centers of Excellence

  • Maritime Security Center (MSC)

  • Systems Engineering Research University Affiliated Research Center (SER-UARC)


Accreditation

  • MIDDLE STATES COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION

  • ACCREDITATION OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAMS

  • AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

  • ASSOCIATION TO ADVANCE COLLEGIATE SCHOOLS OF BUSINESS

  • PROGRAM MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE


Two women talking while sitting in chairs with NYC skyline in backgroundSpecial Programs

  • 3-3 Accelerated Law (Bachelor's/Juris Doctor)

  • 3-4 Accelerated Medicine (B.S./M.D.)

  • A. James Clark Scholars Program

  • Accelerated Master's Program

  • Art Harper Saturday Academy

  • Cooperative Education Program

  • Externship Program

  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship Research Program

  • iStem @ Stevens

  • Lawrence T. Babbio '66 Pinnacle Scholars Program

  • New Jersey Educational Opportunity Fund

  • Stevens Accessing Careers in Engineering and Science (ACES)

  • Stevens Link Semester

  • Stevens Technical Enrichment Program (STEP)

  • StevensOnline

  • Summer Internship Program


Course Delivery Modes

  • ON CAMPUS

  • ONLINE

  • CORPORATE CAMPUS 

  • MODULAR/ON-DEMAND

Campus Culture


Student volunteers at Freshman Orientation GardenCommunity Service

Stevens is committed to serving our community. Through activities of the APO National Service Fraternity, fraternity and sorority service activities, campus ministry projects, athletics' Stevens Ducklings program, Habitat for Humanity, and research projects that benefit local business and environmental concerns, to name a few, the campus community actively engages in providing service to our community and takes seriously its responsibility to give back.


Student Clubs/Organizations

  • 23 DIVISION III VARSITY ATHLETICS TEAMS

  • CLUB SPORTS

  • INTRAMURAL SPORTS 

  • FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES

  • PERFORMING ARTS

  • CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • LGBTQ+ ORGANIZATIONS

  • RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

  • PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  • COMMUNITY SERVICE GROUPS

  • ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE

  • PUBLICATIONS AND MEDIA

  • SPECIAL INTEREST CLUBS

  • STUDENT GOVERNMENT