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Stevens Institute of Technology

Stevens Institute of Technology

+1 201-216-5000

1 Castle Point Terrace Hoboken, NJ USA 7030

Founded in 1870, the Stevens Institute of Technology is a private institution located in Hoboken, New Jersey. The university was a men’s college until 1971, when the first women were admitted. Stevens is widely known for providing an excellent STEM education. Plus, its focus on experiential, practical learning prepares students for careers soon after graduating. Notable alumni include Bubble Wrap inventor Alfred W. Fielding and “father of scientific management” Frederick Winslow Taylor.

Ranked 88 nationwide, Stevens’ acceptance rate is 53%, and its graduation rate is 83%. Undergraduate tuition is $58,624 per year, plus fees; graduate tuition is $38,876 per year, plus fees. Stevens offers over 30 undergraduate programs and 100 postgraduate programs. A total of 7,257 students are enrolled. Stevens follows a semester-based academic calendar.

Stevens’ education emphasizes innovation and entrepreneurship. When students begin at Stevens, they are required to have certain technology and software that is specialized for their chosen field of study. Career preparation is important at Stevens, and some students opt for a 5-year cooperative education track, which includes semesters of full-time paid work. While Stevens also offers liberal arts education, those programs integrate technology and science into the curriculum. Students can participate in more than 100 clubs and organizations, including about 15 fraternities and sororities. Most students opt to live on campus, where housing is guaranteed for four years. The Stevens Ducks compete in Middle Atlantic Conference. When they aren’t studying or socializing on campus, students might venture into nearby New York City, or enjoy the small town feel of Hoboken, the “Mile Square City.”

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