Application Requirements

Application Requirements

Application Requirements

  • Online Application

  • Transcripts from 

    • Students can submit unofficial transcripts during the application process, but official transcripts must be submitted once an applicant is admitted.

    • Official transcripts must be sent directly from your previous institution(s) to Stevens



      or at the address listed below:

Stevens Institute of Technology
Office of Graduate Admissions
1 Castle Point Terrace
Hoboken, NJ 07030

  • Two letters of recommendation (academic or professional only) - Letters must be submitted electronically through the online application system.


  • Resume/CV (School of Business only)

  • Personal Statement (required for all full-time applicants)

    • Why did you choose Stevens and the program that you are applying to?

    • No more than one page

  • $60 non-refundable Application Fee

  • Proof of English language proficiency

    • Depending on your native language and academic background, you may be required to provide proof of English language proficiency by submitting the results of an English language proficiency exam, such as TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo. 

    • Please read our full proof of English language proficiency policy to see what, if anything, is required.

Exemptions & Waivers 

  • GRE/GMAT Score(s)

    • Applicants to full-time Masters or PhD programs are required to submit a GRE/GMAT score. Be advised that Stevens accepts GRE results from the General Test completed At Home or at a Test Center.

  • Exemptions 

Score Reporting 

Students can submit self-reported test scores during the application process, but official test scores must be submitted once an applicant is admitted.  Official test scores must be sent directly from the testing agency to Stevens using the institution codes listed below: Stevens' Institution Codes

  • GRE: 2819

  • GMAT: 638LX12

  • TOEFL: 2819

Fulfilling Provisional Admissions Requirements

Please see the Acceptance Categories page to learn more about Provisional Admissions Requirements. 

Acceptance Categories

Graduate students at Stevens may be admitted into 3 categories: 

Full Admission

Applicant has submitted all official documents - Proof of undergraduate degree/diploma, all other official transcripts, test scores (TOEFL/IELTS*, GRE/GMAT, whichever applicable) and is fully admitted. Once admitted, no additional action is needed on students end. 

Post-Admission Provisions

Applicants who are unable to supply official documentation of all required documentation and have submitted one or more documents that are unofficial - transcripts, diploma, test scores TOEFL/IELTS*, GRE/GMAT (whichever applicable) are evaluated based on unofficial documents. 

If determined to be admissible based on the unofficial documents submitted during the application review process, the student will be required to submit all official documents before the start of their first semester at Stevens Institute of Technology. Students that are unable to meet this deadline will need to communicate directly with the Office of Graduate Admissions. If students fail to clear these required provisions, an administrative hold will be placed on their academic record preventing registration for any future semester. 

Post-Admission Academic Conditions

During the review of an application, it may be determined that a student should be admitted to a graduate program with post-admission academic conditions that must be met. The academic condition(s) may require the student to maintain a certain grade point average, to take a certain number of semester hours of coursework, or to successfully complete specific graduate courses. 

Action on students end: Your admission letter will indicate that you have post-admission academic conditions that must be met. Continuation in the program as a degree-seeking student is contingent upon fulfilling specific requirements stipulated in the admission letter. If you do not fulfill the academic conditions, you will be barred from subsequent registration.