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DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts Our mission is to provide a comprehensive performing arts program for Stevens students that it may support and enhance their education at Stevens through hands-on experiences in the performing arts.
At Stevens, the belief is that an international experience can help individuals develop cultural awareness and broaden their perspectives. Stevens offers its students diverse opportunities for study abroad such as traditional, established programs, as well as short term opportunities. Contact Study Abroad for more information.
Stevens has its own Bowling Alley located in the basement of the Wesley J. Howe Center and is free for all students to use.
The Stevens Campus Ministry sponsors activities and programs for the cultivation of human spirituality and faith. The organization invites each member of the Stevens community to participate in those programs which serve to nurture her or his spiritual growth, regardless of their religious affiliation.
DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts
The DeBaun Center for Performing Arts was created to reach out to the community with its productions while educating and enhancing the students and staff at Stevens.
The Jacobus Student Center is a three floor facility for students, both undergraduate and graduate, providing a place to relax, study, meet with others and have fun. This space also houses some student organization offices including the Student Government Association, the campus newspaper, campus radio station, and more.
Stevens Safe Zone Ally Program
The Stevens Safe Zone Ally Program is a campus wide initiative designed to visibly identify staff and faculty members who support the LGBTQ population, understand some of the issues facing LGBTQ individuals, and are aware of the various LGBTQ resources that are readily available on the Stevens campus, the New Jersey & New York areas, and across the nation.
Coordinated through the Office of Student Life, Women’s Programs increases awareness of and sensitivity to issues facing women at Stevens and provides opportunities for community members to share ideas, engage in dialogue, and collaborate on programs. Through programming ranging from health and wellness and the arts to professional development and networking, students are encouraged to develop their leadership skills and to further their interpersonal, academic, and professional development.