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4 Year Private University

Contact Information

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Phone: + 1 201 216 5194
Phone: + 1 800 458 5323
Fax: + 1 201 216 8348

The Office of Graduate Admissions
Phone: + 1 201 216 5319
Fax: + 1 201 216 8044


Application Deadlines

Undergraduate Application Deadlines:
Early Decision I November 15
Early Decision II January 15
Regular Decision February 1


Main Campus
One Castle Point on Hudson
Hoboken, NJ 07030


Stevens Institute of Technology is one of the leading technological institutions in the world dedicated to learning and research. Each undergraduate program – engineering, the sciences, computer science, business and the humanities – follows a broad-based course curriculum led by renowned faculty members. Combining that curriculum with hands-on laboratory experience, cooperative education, and internship opportunities which foster critical analysis and creativity, Stevens students are poised to become innovators and industry leaders. The campus is located in vibrant Hoboken, NJ, just minutes from New York City, allowing students access to a multitude of cultural, corporate and social opportunities unique to Stevens.

Degrees/Certificates Offered

More than 100 graduate certificates

Student Demographics

Total undergraduate enrollment is: 3,791
Total graduate enrollment is: 3,620
Female: 29%

Student Housing Options

Stevens students enjoy a vibrant and dynamic living and learning environment on our stunning, 55-acre residential campus in Hoboken, New Jersey. Our residential community celebrates and promotes diversity, fosters respect and leadership skills, and facilitates a wide variety of experiences and activities that support the development of well-rounded individuals.

First year students may select from our variety of on campus locations during the room selection process. To see more information on first year housing options, please visit:

Current students may select from our leased housing options. Stevens leases a variety of apartments throughout Hoboken to meet the housing needs of our students. For more information, please visit:

Admission Requirements for First Year Students

  • Common Application
  • Official High School Transcript –  If your transcript is not in English, please provide a certified translation
  • Test Scores (see below)
  • Essay (included on the application)
  • Two recommendation letters (one from a teacher and one from a counselor)
  • $70 USD application fee

If electing to submit standardized test scores, students may submit the following:

  • SAT I
  • ACT
  • Two AP exams: calculus and either chemistry or physics
  • Two SAT Subject tests: math and either chemistry or physics
  • International Baccalaureate predicted grades with two higher level exams scores in math and science
  • Music & Technology and Visual Arts & Technology applicants: you may submit a digital portfolio in lieu of test scores

Recognizing that standardized testing opportunities may not be available to potential applicants, and in an effort to support access to our university, Stevens Institute of Technology is extending the SAT/ACT test optional policy, with some exceptions, for Fall 2022 first year applicants.

If you are an international student (non-US Citizen, non-US Permanent Resident) applying to Stevens Institute of Technology and English is not your first language, you must demonstrate English proficiency with one of the following:

  • TOEFL (minimum 80 iBT)
  • IELTS (minimum 6.0 overall)
  • Duolingo English Test (minimum 105)
  • Pearson PTE Academic Test (minimum 53)
  • SAT I Evidence-Based Reading & Writing (minimum 550)
  • $70 USD application fee

English proficiency waivers may be granted on a case-by-case basis for international students who have studied in the US for at least 3 years from the time of application. Please contact the admissions office after submitting your application to request a waiver.

Without these documents we are unable to make an admission decision on an applicant’s file. Once an application is complete, we will notify students of their admission decision via email. For more information, please visit:

Admission Requirements for Transfer Applicants

  • Common Application
  • College transcripts from all previous colleges attended. All transcripts from foreign institutions must be accompanied by a credential evaluation report from WES, ECE, or any NACES member organization
  • Detailed syllabus for each college course taken and a completed Transfer Student Credit Evaluation Form
  • Final high school transcript with graduation date
  • One letter of recommendation from a professor
  • International transfer applicants must demonstrate English proficiency through one of the approved English proficiency tests.
  • Test optional for Spring 2022 and Fall 2022 transfer applicants

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Admission Requirements for Graduate Applicants

  • Completed application
  • $60 non-refundable application fee
  • Official college transcripts from all colleges attended (must be sealed, hard copy transcripts; electronic copies are not accepted)
  • Official or attested conferment of bachelor’s degree
  • Two Letters of Recommendation
  • Official GRE or GMAT Score, if applicable to the program to which you are applying

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Visa Categories Offered

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Cost of Attendance and Financial Assistance

2021-2022 expenses:
Annual cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, room & board, books and miscellaneous expenses is $75,770 For a detailed breakdown, visit:

Student Activities and Campus Life

  • More than 120 clubs and organizations
  • 26 Division III Varsity Athletics
  • Leadership and Government Organizations
  • Greek Life
  • Honor and Professional Societies
  • Performing Arts, Publications/Media
  • Ethnic, Cultural, and Religious Organizations
  • Wide Variety of Club Teams and Intramurals