A Vibrant Campus
During The Power of Stevens, philanthropy has transformed campus. Every classroom has been renovated with smart technology and new fixtures, and new and renovated facilities are revitalizing Castle Point into a modern center for teaching, research, learning and living.
Set to open during the 2021-22 academic year, the three-story university center will become the heart of campus, combining a classic red brick aesthetic with contemporary glass showcasing stunning views of the Manhattan skyline. Inside and across a featured plaza and patios, the entire community will enjoy new spaces for dining, exercise, recreation, club activities and events like academic conferences, networking socials and alumni reunions.
Rising above the university center, the and 21-story Richard F. Harries ’58 Residential Tower and 19-story South Residential Tower will provide comfortable living environments for 1,000 students every year. From their furnished suites and social lounges on each floor, students will form lasting memories and stronger ties to their classmates and their alma mater.
Gateway Academic Center
With a glass skybridge connecting two brick buildings, the Gateway Academic Center forms an appealing new entryway to campus, all while adding 11 smart classrooms, 13 advanced labs and 45 faculty offices and collaboration spaces. The buildings feature a new home for the computer science department, labs for health care innovation and a Ted-talk staircase.
American Bureau of Shipping Engineering Center
A campaign gift from American Bureau of Shipping renovated the south-end of the historic Davidson Laboratory building, adding three naval and civil engineering labs, plus collaborative and conference spaces for faculty and workstations for student projects.
Ruesterholz Admissions Center
Since it opened in 2014 as a welcome center for campus visitors, an office where the admissions staff can recruit, and a base for a growing pre-college program, the charming Ruesterholz Admissions Center has shaped the largest, most accomplished and most diverse student body in Stevens history.
Hanlon Financial Systems Center
With two labs that simulate a real trading floor, the Hanlon Financial Systems Center has boosted the School of Business, training students to fill high-tech, in-demand jobs in finance and other industries. Stevens professors also use the advanced Hanlon labs to research solutions to trading fraud and other problems.
Lore-El Center for Women’s Leadership
Renovations to the historic Lore-El house have created a unique residence hall and hub for women’s programming. With new event space inside, and planned for the backyard, women of Stevens of all ages can gather to network, socialize and share their experiences as women in STEM fields.
Student Wellness Center
Inside the new Student Wellness Center, Stevens has all of its physical, mental and disability health services in one location for the first time. Students now have a modern and welcoming place to get the care they need, plus expanded programming and events for workshops, screenings, women’s health and immunizations for students taking classes abroad.