Undergraduate Student Life

The Office of Undergraduate Student Life fosters learning experiences for all students at Stevens through intellectual, personal, and social development that occurs beyond the classroom. We prepare students holistically through leadership development, co-curricular programming, community engagement, and dialogue around inclusion and diversity. We strive to create a community of learners that think critically and act responsibly both within the Stevens community and beyond.

Specifically, we advise and provide organizational support to more than 180 student organizations, oversee Fraternity and Sorority Life, and facilitate leadership programs for student development at Stevens. Additionally, our office coordinates annual campus wide programs and traditions from Orientation and Techfest to Senior Week activities.

The Stevens campus community is always brimming with activity and diverse offerings for involvement outside of the classroom. Students participate in informal get-togethers, musical performances, community service, and more. Throughout the year, there are also off-campus trips, comedy nights, recreational excursions, and other activities sponsored by the Entertainment Committee. Additionally, the Student Government Association sponsors annual events such as the Founder’s Day Ball and Techfest, Stevens’ annual music festival.

For students interested in developing their leadership skills, the Office of Undergraduate Student Life hosts leadership programs through Stevens LEADS (leadership education and diversity series), in addition to various workshops through the Leadership Paths series. We are also committed to preparing students to be active global citizens by engaging in meaningful service activities that enhance the quality of life for the local, national, and international communities. Students can get involved in one of our many service and philanthropic organizations, like StevensTHON and Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity.