Your Admissions Interview
Interviews are optional for all applicants to Stevens. For Fall 2023 applicants, interviews will be held virtually and in-person. Registration information can be found on the Campus Visit Portal.
For students applying to the accelerated pre-medicine program, Stevens will contact applicants to schedule an interview following our initial application review. Select students will be contacted, as not all applicants are guaranteed an interview with Stevens.
Once your application has been submitted, you will receive an acknowledgement from our office indicating that we received your application. Stevens will communicate with you via email to follow up on required supporting documents and other requests relevant to your application. When you submit an application for admission, you will be opted in to receive email communications from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to ensure that we can communicate effectively with you about the application process.
Viewing Your Application
After submitting your application, you will have access to your student portal. On your portal, you can view your application checklist, admission decision and all information relevant to your Stevens application. You will receive an email whenever an update is available on your portal.
Notification of Admission Decision
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions will notify you of our admission decision by the date listed on the admissions timeline. If you’re admitted, you can then use your student portal to view financial aid information, reply to your offer of admission, and access enrollment documents.
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