At a Glance

ACADEMICS & RESEARCH

Schools
Schaefer School of Engineering and Science
Howe School of Technology Management
School of Systems and Enterprises
College of Arts and Letters

Degrees Offered
B.E., B.S., B.A., M.S., M.E., M.A., Engineer, M.B.A., Ph.D.

Programs of Study
32 Undergraduate Majors
40+ Master's degree programs
22 Ph.D. programs
100+ Graduate certificates

Degrees Awarded (2013)
507 Bachelor's
632 Post-Baccalaureate certificates
1,120 Master's
48 Doctoral

Delivery Modes
On campus
Corporate campus
Online
MOdular/On-demand

Special Programs
Cooperative Education
Internships
Scholars Program
Innovation & Entrepreneurship Research Program
5-Year Bachelor's/Master's
3-4 Accelerated Medicine (B.S./M.D.)
3-3 Accelerated Law (Bachelor's/Juris Doctor)

Student Outcomes (Class of 2013)
Average starting salary: $64,700
48% received multiple job offers before graduation
250+ companies recruited on campus
94% placement rate within 6 months of graduation
12% pursued graduate or professional school

Accreditation
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
American Chemical Society

National Research Centers
National Center for Secure and Resilient Maritime Commerce (CSR)
Systems Engineering Research Center-University Affiliated Research Center (SERC-UARC)
Atlantic Center for the Innovative Design & Control of Small Ships (ACCESS)

Other Research Centers
Center for the Advancement of Secure Systems & Information Assurance (CASSIA)
Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises
Center for Decision Technologies (CDT)
Center for Environmental Systems (CES)
Center for Healthcare Innovation (CHI)
Davidson Laboratory
Financial Systems Center (FSC)
Maritime Security Laboratory
The NJ Center for Microchemical Systems
Center for Innovation in Engineering & Science Education (CIESE)

CAMPUS CULTURE

Student Clubs/Organizations
26 Division III Varsity athletics teams
Club sports
Intramural sports
Fraternities and sororities
Performing arts
Ethnic organizations
Religious organizations
Professional societies
Community service groups
Entertainment committee
Publications and media
Special interest clubs
Student government

Community Service
Stevens is committed to serving our community. Through activities of the APO National Service Fraternity, fraternity and sorority service activities, campus ministry projects, athletics' Stevens Ducklings program, Habitat for Humanity, and research projects that benefit local business and environmental concerns, to name a few, the campus community actively engages in providing service to our community and takes seriously its responsibility to give back.

Places to Eat on Campus
Pierce Dining Room (Howe Center, 2nd floor)
Colonel John's (Howe Center, 1st floor)
America's Cup (S.C. Williams Library)
Red & Gray Café (Burchard Building)
Athletic Center Juice Bar (Schaefer Athletic Center)
Faculty Club (Howe Center, 4th floor)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMUNITY

President
Nariman Farvardin

Location
Hoboken, New Jersey
Washington, D.C.

Campus Size
55 acres

Undergraduate Students
2,691

Graduate Students
3,412

Faculty Size
250 Full-Time

Student:Faculty Ratio
8:1 (undergraduate)
12:1 (graduate)

Admission Statistics (incoming Fall 2013)
Applicants: 4,977
Acceptance rate: 38%
New students enrolling: 622
SAT Range: 1220-1380, combined math/reading
Average GPA: 3.76