Stevens is committed to creating a supportive and inclusive campus environment for all students, faculty, and staff members.
This includes supporting religious and faith-based student organizations, maintaining awareness of the variety of holidays celebrated on campus, and building partnerships with local community organizations.
Hillel is the home for Jewish life at Stevens. We provide a fun and supportive space for all students to learn about Jewish heritage and connect with each other. We offer events such as Shabbat dinners, holiday celebrations, Birthright Israel trips & more! Stevens Hillel is an inclusive community – no matter what your background is or how you identify, we welcome you and can’t wait to meet you!
Muslim Student Association
The purpose of MSA is to provide educational, cultural, and religious services to the Stevens community and its surrounding communities in order to promote an Islamic environment and an awareness of Islam in those communities.
Newman Catholic Association
Established in 1938, the Newman Catholic Association at Stevens Institute of Technology is committed to building the Kingdom of God on the campus. We seek to build a Catholic community through the sacraments, service, evangelization, and intellectual development, in the tradition of Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman. The organization offers Sunday Mass on campus for Stevens students at 5PM each week. Confession is available before and after Mass. Campus Minister: Lawrence Laurente - [email protected]
Stevens Christian Fellowship
Stevens Christian Fellowship (SCF) is an inter-denominational student organization striving to glorify Jesus Christ through encouraging and enriching Christians and reaching out to the Stevens community with the Gospel. We are committed to loving God and loving others, and encouraging others to do the same. People from all backgrounds are welcome to join us in meeting and encouraging one another, hearing and understanding the Bible and discussing the spiritual life – all centered around the example of Jesus Christ.
At Hindu YUVA, we aim to practice, promote, and protect universal values that connect us all. These values, including non- violence, non-covetousness, accepting the whole world as a family, mutual acceptance of opposing viewpoints, celebrating diversity.