Drone Video Frame of UCC Towers

The Residential Towers

The Residential Towers house returning students; first-year students reside in our traditional on-campus residence halls. Second-year students have priority for selecting the Residential Towers, followed by third-, fourth- and fifth-year students. It is an institutional priority for our newer students to be housed on-campus as they transition into the University and make connections. Our older students are encouraged to live more independently in private apartments throughout Hoboken and other local communities.

Richard Harries from the Class of 1958 and his wife Carol made the largest gift ever received by Stevens in support of the University Complex Center project. The North Residential Tower now bears the Harries name.

UCC Residential Towers FAQ

Student Rooms

Student rooms are available in a variety of arrangements, including suite-style living with two double rooms, two single rooms, or a single and a double room. Some rooms are double rooms or single rooms without a common room. All student rooms have their own bathroom (the suites with four students have two bathrooms) and a kitchenette with a stovetop (stoves are not induction burners) and a convection oven. And of course, each room has an incredible view of the campus or of Manhattan.

Within the Residential Towers


Skybridge Ping PongSkybridge

The lower level of the bridge is a social space with lots of seating, a TV area, and a ping pong table.

The upper level of the bridge is a study space with comfortable chairs and both large and small group study spaces. Students living in the Residential Towers have the ability to reserve study space through Roompact; however, students may utilize the space at any time that the rooms are not reserved.

The Diaco Family Skybridge Lounge has been named for Anthony Diaco from the Class of 1963, a significant supporter of the University Complex Center project. Several of the study spaces and lounges on the upper level have been named by alumni and donors.


Students in Floor LoungesFloor Lounges

This lounge is for residents of the floor to gather, socialize, study, and of course, take in the view. Each floor in the Residential Towers has a similar lounge. Half of the lounges have a living room setup, and the other half are furnished with tables and chairs for studying and eating.

Several of the lounges have been named by alumni and donors.


Laundry Room InstructionsLaundry Room

There are 2 laundry rooms located on the east end the 3rd floor of both the North (Harris) and South towers.

Each room contains 18 (9 set of stackable ) dryers and 17 washers, equaling a total of 36 dryers and 34 washers for the entire complex.

LAUNDRY ROOM INSTRUCTIONS


Front Desks UCCFront Desks

A desk attendant will monitor each Residential Tower lobby at all times to ensure a secure and safe environment for residents. The desk attendant can assist students with emergencies and questions. Adding to the safety features, students will swipe into the building through turnstiles. Guests need to be signed in by a resident of the Tower at the front desk area. Additional information regarding the guest policy can be found in the Stevens Student Handbook.


Seal of the university Living in the Residential Towers: FAQs

Learn more about Living in the Residential Towers.