Housing

Stevens students enjoy a vibrant and dynamic living and learning environment on our stunning, 55-acre residential campus in Hoboken, New Jersey. Our residential community celebrates and promotes diversity, fosters respect and leadership skills, and facilitates a wide variety of experiences and activities that support the development of well-rounded individuals.  

Undergraduate Student Housing

Residence Halls

There are seven unique residence halls located on the Stevens campus that are home to undergraduate students during the academic year. These residence halls foster a rich social atmosphere that complements the university’s intellectual, academic environment. Undergraduates and their classmates are close to all Stevens resources, including classrooms, labs, the library, dining facilities and the athletic center.

Residence Halls
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Living Learning Communities

Stevens’ Living Learning Communities bring together students who share the same identities, passions, or interests. Students at Lor-el centerThe Office of Residential Education is excited to offer 3 living learning communities to the Stevens residential experience! In addition to the Lore-El Center for Women, there are 2 first-year living learning communties: First Generation Scholars, or 1GS, and Women in Math, Science, and Engineering, or WiMSE.

Support Living-Learning Communities
The Lore-El Center for Women's Leadership

Graduate Student Housing

Graduate Student Housing Information

While some Stevens graduate students live within the nearby residential community in Stevens Leased Housing, most choose to live off-campus in Hoboken, Jersey City and nearby communities, among the thousands of young professionals who call this area home.

Graduate Student Housing Information
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Resources

For questions about undergraduate housing options, contact the Office of Residence Life via [email protected] or by calling 201.216.5128.

Graduate students should contact the Office of Graduate Student Affairs via email at [email protected] or by calling 201.216.5633.