Spaces, Facilities, and Amenities within the UCC
Learn about all the spaces, facilities, and amenities within the UCC.
Fitness Center and Movement Studio
The new UCC Fitness Center is a state-of-the-art health and physical fitness complex offering extensive training and workout options. The facility features four Rogue power racks, a Movestrong NOVA Functional Training Station, eight FreeMotion treadmills, four Octane ellipticals, three FreeMotion bikes, two Life Fitness step mills, two Avron Ergometers, Rogue dumbbells, and True Composite strength machines. The movement studio includes 10 Stage indoor cycling bikes, Life Fitness studio weights, 10 step benches, 10 step benches and 10 step platforms. A wide range of group exercise classes will be available for students, faculty, and staff beginning in fall 2022. Anyone planning to use the Fitness Center or register for classes in the Movement Studio must register and reserve a time on the DSE app.
The University Center Complex features two brand new tennis courts with lights that will provide the entire university community the opportunity to enjoy this lifetime sport. Please visit the Schaefer Athletic Center front desk for more information on accessing the courts and use of the lights.
Five conference rooms of varying sizes may be used by students, faculty and staff for meetings and small events. Each of the conference rooms are equipped with modern technology. A number of the conference rooms have been named by alumni and donors, such as the family of Anthony Bazzini from the Class of 1981 and Dorothy and John Gerbeth.
The Marketplace will serve a la carte options such as pizza and pasta, sandwiches, salads, grilled items, a vegetarian station, and more. Food is ordered through the GrubHub app or an onsite kiosk to a food locker for easy and convenient pickup.
This café will serve as a coffee shop and grab-and-go retail location run by Compass One (Stevens dining) which will also offer shakes and smoothies. Students will be able to socialize and study at the tables and counter area overlooking Wittpenn Walk. This café is also a formal convenience store, offering food and toiletry items geared towards the residential student population. The café is named for Mary Anne Cannon from the Class of 1986, a current Trustee.
Pi Kitchen is a dining room that offers table service primarily for use by Stevens faculty and staff and their invited guests. The space is modern and airy, with beautiful furnishings and finishes. Faculty and staff may dine in this space with colleagues, candidates in search processes, invited students, alumni and friends of the institution, as well as frequent the dining room for regular lunches during the workday. Special events are also held in this space. The proprietor for Pi Kitchen is Amy Morton, who owns and operates her own restaurants that source seasonal, local ingredients to create approachable, yet sophisticated menus.
A fantastic lounge and event space at the heart of the University Center. A large screen and projector are available for use at events and lectures. When not reserved for an event, this space will serve as the central social venue on campus with living room furniture and natural light. This space can accommodate 131 people.
A lounge space on the 1st floor of the University Center that boasts floor-to-ceiling views of Manhattan.
Tech Flex Auditorium and Reception Space
The Tech Flex Center is the University’s primary event space. It can host large events with 600 guests lecture-style and 425 guests at round tables. This space is equipped with modern technology and can also be divided into three equally sized event rooms to host multiple events at one time. The reception area outside of the Tech Flex Auditorium is named by John Schepisi, Stevens Trustee, and his wife Peggy.
The game room is designed for students to bring their own gaming systems and play with friends. The game room also has a foosball table and a pool table, as well as board games.