There are seven unique residence halls located on the Stevens campus that are home to undergraduate students during the academic year. These residence halls foster a rich social atmosphere that complements the university’s intellectual, academic environment. Undergraduates and their classmates are close to all Stevens resources, including classrooms, labs, the library, dining facilities and the athletic center.
Residence Halls at Stevens
UCC University Towers
The two new residence halls housing approximately 900 undergraduate students on 19 and 21 floors, respectively. All student rooms have expansive glass windows to allow for plenty of natural light and for an outstanding view of either the New York City skyline or the Stevens campus and the City of Hoboken.
Castle Point Hall
With views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River, Castle Point Hall offers a convenient campus location and plenty of amenities.
Davis Hall offers traditional double rooms for first-year men and women. Some rooms have a view of the Hudson River and New York City, while others overlook Stevens’ beautiful and busy campus lawn.
Humphreys Hall is an upper-campus residence hall near the Howe Center, a central hub of the Stevens’ campus.
Jonas Hall is a first-year student residence hall near the Stevens’ main athletic field. It is the university’s largest residence hall and is made up of traditional double and a few quad style rooms.
Located on upper campus, Palmer Hall is directly next to Stevens’ sprawling center green and steps away from DeBaun Athletic Field, and the Howe Center.
River Terrace Suites
River Terrace Suites offers suite-style living on lower campus. Each suite houses two to seven residents in single and double rooms including in-suite living rooms.
1036 Park Avenue
1036 Park provides students with a communal living experience with a shared kitchen and bathrooms. The building consists of a mixture of singles and triples.