Your Stevens Student Portal
By this time, you should have received an email directing you to check your Stevens applicant status portal for an update. Within your portal, you will see Stevens Enrollment information. This documentation contains important dates and deadlines. Please be sure to read it in its entirety and pay close attention to the important deadlines.
MyStevens is the university’s secure, internal portal for students, faculty and staff. An email containing instructions for claiming your Stevens user account will be sent to the email address you provided on your application. You will then be able to receive your username, set your initial password and set up your password reset options. If you do not receive this email, please check your spam folder for an email from Stevens with a donotreply email address, or contact IT Client Support Services via one of the options listed on stevens.edu/IT. Once you have set up your Stevens user account, you can access the myStevens portal at my.stevens.edu, which will connect you to your email, class schedules, financial aid, housing application and much more.
To access your Stevens email, click on the Outlook Web App icon on myStevens or visit webmail.stevens.edu. You can also download, install and configure the Microsoft 365 Outlook app on your mobile devices for quick access. All students must check their Stevens email on a regular basis to ensure that important announcements and communications are not missed. All formal University communications will come to your Stevens email.
Student Digital Backpack
To help you begin your journey at Stevens, we have put together a digital backpack to get you started, help you learn and make your technology experience the very best! Be sure to visit stevens.edu/tools/student-digital-backpack as you orient yourself and throughout your time at Stevens.
Beginning March 1 and no later than July 31, you should upload your DuckCard (Stevens ID Card) photo on the eAccounts website, which can be found on stevens.edu/directory/duckcard-office. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update Your Contacts in Workday
You should log into Workday, Stevens’ student information system, to make sure your contacts are listed with correct phone numbers and email addresses. Use these instructions to update your emergency contact. This emergency contact can be your parent or guardian, or a relative or friend who lives near campus. You must also update your Friends and Family contacts using these instructions. This will ensure that your parents or guardians receive important communications about Stevens’ happenings and events. You may create two Friends and Family contacts, one each for two different parents/guardians, and tag them both as either Parent or Legal Guardian.
Record Your Name with Name Coach
Names are central to our identity and pronouncing them correctly is a highly impactful way to promote inclusion and belonging. NameCoach allows students, faculty and staff to voice record and share the pronunciation of their name in a Canvas course or an email signature.
Health and Immunization Requirements
In preparation for arrival on campus, all students are required by Stevens and the State of New Jersey to submit completed electronic health and immunization records by August 1.
Finalizing Your Admissions Application
If you were granted conditional admission to Stevens, you must successfully complete additional coursework before the August 1 deadline.
Admitted Student Events
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is busy preparing a calendar filled with events to celebrate YOU this March and April! Below you will find descriptions for the different event offerings. Continue to check your applicant status portal to see available events.
Housing and Dining
Your residential community at Stevens is your home away from home on your Stevens journey. Your residence hall is not just the place you will sleep; it’s the place where you connect and develop relationships with other students who have diverse backgrounds, perspectives and identities different from your own. Your residence hall is also the place where you further explore your own identities and beliefs. Living at Stevens provides you with the opportunity not only to be academically successful, but also to grow further into an engaged global citizen during your time at Stevens and beyond!
Arrival on Campus
Move-in takes place on August 24 for Pre-Orientation participants and International students, and on August 27 for all new students. Student-athletes in-season in the fall arrive early on August 17.
Anxious for back-to-school season to start? Can’t wait for campus life to begin? Check out our Pre-Orientation programs for early access and an even stronger start to your first year at Stevens.
Few life events are more exciting than arriving on campus as a new Stevens student. It’s an exciting time for us, too, and we can’t wait to greet you and your family!
Connect on Social Media
Follow us on Instagram (@followstevens and @stevensstudents) and Facebook (@Stevens1870 and @stevensstudentlife), and watch our videos on YouTube and TikTok.
Learn about on campus resources for new students.
Congratulations on your acceptance to Stevens Institute of Technology! Please refer to the checklist below for helpful tips on what to do next!
Deferring Your Enrollment
First year applicants who have been offered admission to Stevens may submit a request to defer enrollment for one year. Requests must be submitted, in writing, to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (email@example.com). Deferment requests must be received prior to the first day of the fall semester for consideration. If approved, the following apply:
Deferred students must pay the required tuition deposit for the original term of entry. The deposit will be credited to the new term of entry.
Deferred students are expected to re-confirm their intention to enroll with the admissions office no later than January 15th.
The following guidelines apply when deferring enrollment:
Students may not defer their enrollment to attend another college or university. If you choose to attend another college or university, your admission will be revoked and you will need to reapply as a transfer student.
Students may not defer their enrollment to apply to other colleges and universities during the period of deferment. If it is discovered that you have attended or have applied to other institutions, your admissions may be revoked.
Students who are granted approval to defer their enrollment should understand that their approval is contingent upon successful completion of any high school course work in progress at the time approval is granted. A final high school transcript indicating date of graduation must be forwarded to the Stevens Office of Undergraduate Admissions immediately upon graduation.
Though approval to defer one's enrollment is typically granted for one year, we may approve students to defer their enrollment for 2 or 3 years to complete compulsory military service or missionary work. Students will not be approved to defer their enrollment for 2 or 3 years in advance. Requests for a second or third year of deferred enrollment must be received no later than January 15th.
Information and Events for Parents and Families
Several programs are offered to help parents and family members support the transition of their student into the Stevens community. Parent and Family Orientation webinars are offered over the summer in a virtual format. During move-in, parents and families are encouraged to attend parent and family mixers, where several University representatives will welcome you and answer questions. Registration links for the virtual sessions will be available in early summer 2023. Before the webinar, registrants will receive a confirmation email with login instructions. Please contact the Office of Undergraduate Student Life with any questions or registration concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important Contact Information
201-216-5105 (main line);
201-216-3911 (emergency line)