Lore-El students in lecture classroom


In 1971, Stevens became fully coeducational, inviting female students into its undergraduate classrooms for the first time. Thanks to the influence of women in university academics, research, athletics and campus life, Stevens is far richer.

Inspire. Empower. Lead.

The mission of Lore-El is to increase awareness to issues facing not only women but all genders; inspire women to reach their fullest potential; empower women to further their co-curricular development; and create a supportive and inclusive campus environment where women can develop their leadership capacity.

  • We strive to further our students’ interpersonal, social, and professional development through annual programs and initiatives.

  • We provide opportunities for the Stevens community to engage in dialogue on gender-equity issues in STEM and learn skills to create positive change in the world.

Annual Events and Programs

We offer annual programs and events for the entire Stevens Community.  From leadership conferences and sunset yoga to alumni panel discussions and networking events, there is something for everyone! 

Professional Development

The Lore-El Center is the hub for engaging with faculty, staff and alumni through lunch & learn series, networking events, and lectures.

Health & Wellness

We host a variety of health and wellness programs as well as promote active participation in activities like sunset yoga and rock climbing.

Arts & Culture

Through book club discussions and museum trips to Broadway shows and exhibitions, we emphasize the importance of celebrating women in the arts.

Service & Philanthropy

We provide community service opportunities and raise awareness to women's issues through education and campuswide events.

Get Involved with Lore-El


Lore-El Center for Women's Leadership
802 Castle Point Terrace
Hoboken , NJ 07030


p. 201-216-5624
e. loreel@stevens.edu