Impressions Of
Stevens Institute of Technology

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Stevens Institute of Technology

To Attend

  • “The job placement rate, and how sought out students are for internships and co-ops. It’s rare a student will graduate without having completed an internship.” [96% of Stevens graduates secure jobs or admission to graduate school within six months of graduation.]
  • “It’s a great location and place to figure out who you are away from home.”
  • “The co-ops are good for a career afterward.”
  • “Being close to New York City is a big part of why I went here.”
  • “The campus itself is tiny and easy to get around.”

To Not Attend

  • “If you’re not willing to work hard. Whether you’re in an engineering major or not, it’s really difficult and will test you.”
  • “If you want a bigger school with more space.”
  • “There are limited majors offered.”
  • “The price.” [In 2019-20, the total cost of attendance was about $74,000.]
  • “The fact that housing isn’t secured.”
  • “How limited diversity is on campus.” [The undergraduate population is about 61% White, 17% Asian, 2% Black, and 12% Hispanic.]
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