Celebrating 50 Years of Women at Stevens
Meet the Women of the Class of 1975
September 1971 marked the beginning of a new era for Stevens as women were officially admitted into the school’s undergraduate program. Out of a class of 387, 19 women composed the inaugural group— a “long overdue and necessary experiment for the Institute,” according to an article in the Stevens Indicator the previous year. They were vanguard, the first women to overcome the societal barriers that until then limited their opportunities for educational advancement. We invite you to learn more about the extraordinary women who rose to the challenges of their time, ultimately paving the way for the generations of Stevens women to follow.
Through the Years
Timeline of Women at Stevens
Women have long made an impact at Stevens Institute of Technology, even before the university welcomed its first undergraduate class of women 50 years ago. In this historical timeline, learn more about the impactful contributions women have made to the Stevens community.
Making Their Mark
Our alumni include New York's first woman to receive a New York City Master Electrician's license, the first person to be designated as Maryland's biotechnology industry representative, and many other pioneers. For more than 50 years, Stevens women have profoundly influenced our world, and continue to lead in a wide range of fields. Read on to discover some of the many inspiring Stevens women who have made their mark on history.
Five Decades of Trailblazers
Sponsored by the Lore-El Center for Women’s Leadership, Development & Alumni Engagement and the Samuel C. Williams Library’s Archives & Special Collections, the event invited five alumnae representing each of the last five decades to reflect on their experiences at Stevens and discuss insights from their careers and personal lives since graduation.
Support Women at Stevens
To celebrate the achievements of Stevens alumnae, we invite you to support one of our priorities such as scholarships, athletics, and or the Lore-El Center for Women’s Leadership which will provide opportunities for the next generations of Stevens women.
In Her Own Words
In Her Own Words: Voices from Castle Point
The Lore-El Center for Women's Leadership
The Lore-El Center is located in a Victorian-style home in close proximity to campus that serves as a central point of community and education for Stevens women. The mission of Lore-El is to increase awareness to issues facing all genders; empower Stevens women to further their co-curricular development; and create a supportive and inclusive environment
View this list of student organizations that provide programming, resources, and opportunities to bolster women's pursuit of their professional and personal goals.
Sororities at Stevens
Women at Stevens join sororities in search of a fulfilling undergraduate experience, leadership development, community service opportunities, and above all, sisterhood. Today, roughly 40% of undergraduate women belong to one of seven active sororities on campus.
Samuel C. Williams Library Research Guide
In this research guide, you will find books, ebooks, journal articles, and internet resources on the wide and varied subject of women's role in history, as well as information about some of the women of Stevens.