Campus

Stevens offers a wide variety of co-circular activities. There are over 80 student run clubs and organizations, as well as, 16 fraternity and sororities. Through these diverse organizations, you can participate in a wide range of activities such as: sailing, paintball outings, skiing and snowboarding, building race cars, bowling, and much more. Additionally, Stevens has several facilities that promote extra-circular involvement, including the Jacobus Center, Stevens Lanes, and the DeBaun Performing Arts Center.

The Jacobus Student Center is a three floor facility for students, both undergraduate and graduate, providing a place to relax, study, meet with others and have fun. Inside the Jacobus Center you will find a game room, a dance studio, a climbing wall and Stevens very own radio station, WCPR. Many student organizations hold their events in Jacobus, and it is the center for student activity on campus.

Stevens Lanes is an on-campus bowling alley that students can use free of cost. The bowling alley is located in the basement of the Howe Center. Student can either choose to join the Bowling club, or they can participate in bowling tournaments organized by Stevens Lanes. Tournaments, are held twice a semester and are open to all interested students. Additionally, every Tuesday night during the academic year, Stevens Lanes hosts pizza night. Bowlers are offered free pizza, play games such as red pin and lucky strike, and compete to win prizes.

The DeBaun Performing Arts Center is a 476-seat Victorian-style theater which is modern in all aspects of operation. DeBaun Auditorium features productions that are managed, presented, and staffed by students. Productions include dance, theater, musical performances, and cultural shows.

Also enjoyable, Boken and TechFest are annual student-run festivals that involve the entire Stevens campus. Enjoy music, food, comedy, games, carnivals, barbecues, and competitions. The annual Unity Show highlights the different cultural arts of the Stevens community, from food to dance to spoken word and music. It covers the broad spectrum of cultural and religious organizations that meet the needs of more than 90 nationalities represented in the Stevens community.

Whatever your passion, you are sure to find something to get involved with at Stevens!

Contacts

Deborah Berkley
Dean of Student Development and Enrichment Programs
Email: Deborah Berkley
Ph: 201-216-5387

Dr. Don Lombardi
Faculty Liaison
Stevens Veterans Office
Email: Donald Lombardi
Ph: 201-216-5661