The views are exceptional. So are the opportunities.
Whether success for you means landing a dream job, getting into a top graduate school, launching a startup venture or changing the world in the nonprofit sector, Stevens helps you get there.
You'll have an amazing on-campus experience, with magnificent Manhattan views, social opportunities, club sports, river breezes and a close-knit community, plus many opportunities to participate in research, internships, international exchange programs and cooperative education to learn beyond our campus.
That’s the Stevens difference.
A National Leader in Salaries and Satisfaction
Stevens graduates remain in exceptionally high demand by industry leaders and leading graduate schools. We offer some of the highest rankings in the nation for career placement, salary potential and return on investment.
Future Ducks and their families can see a breakdown of prospective career outcomes by exploring our graduate outcomes dashboard.
When it comes to landing a job after graduation, Stevens students continue to be at the head of the class. This student outcomes report provides a snapshot of the students from the Stevens Class of 2021.
Success After Stevens
Recruiters know the Stevens name. Year after year, Stevens graduates secure some of the highest starting salaries in the nation at industry leaders such as Amazon, Apple, Bank of America, EY, Google, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan Chase, Merck, Microsoft and Pfizer.
The award-winning Stevens Career Center helps you get in the door, supporting résumé and interview preparation, two annual career fairs and digital tools — including access to a network of more than 500,000 recruiters used by every Fortune 500 company.
Marques Brownlee '15: A Leading Tech Reviewer
Marques Brownlee ’15 is a leading tech influencer, with more than 3 billion video views and millions of social followers. Google called him "one of the best technology reviewers on the planet."
Danielle Preziuso, Ph.D. candidate
Currently enrolled Ph.D. student Danielle Preziuso examines new green-energy technologies through a number of lenses, including societal equity.
Pam Cheng ‘92 M.Eng. '95
Chemical engineering graduate Pam Cheng ‘92 M.Eng. '95 heads AstraZeneca’s global efforts to develop, trial, manufacture and deliver vaccines.
Building Innovations That Change the World
As a Stevens student, you will design, build, test and market the innovations of the future — from medical startups (like diabetes management software or a financial-news curation application) to new technologies (a free and secure video-conferencing tech) and devices (like a touchless brain scanner) that use less energy, clean the environment, improve our health or otherwise benefit society.
The Stevens Network: A Lifetime of Connection
Stevens’ vibrant alumni network, 50,000 strong, keeps its graduates’ careers moving — and keeps connections and pride to our alma mater strong.
The benefits of re-connecting with Stevens include inside access to events and a lifetime subscription to Stevens’ alumni magazine.
Join your local, regional, national or international alumni group today.
Class reunions are always special. Attend yours!