Welcome to Women's Programs at Stevens!
In 1971, Stevens became fully coeducational, inviting female students into its undergraduate classrooms for the first time. Forty years later, Stevens is far richer thanks to the influence of women in university academics, research, athletics and campus life. From the first 19 women in that Class of 1975 to the more than 7,000 women who have since shaped life on Castle Point, the women of Stevens have contributed significantly to the growth and accomplishment of the University as well as to national and global industry, where they have achieved tremendous success in engineering, science, innovation and entrepreneurship.
The mission of Women's Programs is to increase awareness and sensitivity to issues facing not only women but all genders. We understand that gender is a central component of one’s identity, and we strive to create gender equity at Stevens.
We strive to build a more supportive and inclusive atmosphere on campus for all genders.
We provide opportunities for the Stevens community to engage in dialogue on gender-related issues in safe and comfortable spaces.
We strive to further our students’ interpersonal, social, and professional development.
We help our students navigate university policies and procedures on issues such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, and gender discrimination.