College Senior 2013-08-27T04:48:10Z
The housing office is a pain to deal with, and the housing options are okay. There isn't enough housing on campus to house all the students so Freshmen mostly take up all the housing on campus save for two or three building. Most upperclassmen live off campus through the student housing office. But the housing is very expensive. All on campus housing is required to have a meal plan. Off campus apartments are mostly very well kept and beautiful, but you live with local residents surrounding you and they often get annoyed by living by college students. The dorms on campus are okay. Only one building doesn't have Air Conditioning now.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-10T04:04:15Z
On campus housing is relatively scarce, although it is guaranteed to freshman. While on campus you're no more than a two minute walk from anywhere else on campus, which is really convenient. Some of the facilities are outdated, but overall living on campus was a good experience.
College Senior 2012-08-15T16:00:44Z
Many on and Off Campus Options – Although all freshmen are placed on campus, much of Stevens's housing is off campus. Stevens leases many luxury buildings and those are very spacious and honestly the most fancy apartments that we will all be able to afford for a while (seeing how expensive Hoboken is to live in). The off campus housing is all in Hoboken and are all in nice, safe, apartment buildings. Stevens provides a shuttle to most of the far away off campus buildings. As for on campus housing, Davis is the best freshmen dorm (it is the only one with air conditioning, although you don't need it after September). River is the closest upperclassman dorm to classes (literally on the same block) and is apartment style and quite nice.
College Junior 2012-05-09T10:31:56Z
i've loved my freshman dorms and everyone likes living on campus
College Junior 2012-02-08T14:07:32Z
Dorm Living – The freshman dorms (Davis, Hayden and Humphery)are average. If your lucky enough to get into Davis or Hayden on the river side you have a 24/7 view of the NYC Skyline which is awesome. Only Davis has A.C. so the other dorms get pretty hot in the summer. Most rooms are pretty averagely sized. Some freshman also get put into one of the 9 quads in Palmer hall which have a really big and nice common room but the 2 bedrooms are tight on space.
As an upperclassman, housing options are really good. Stevens owns many REALLY NICE apartment complexes in Hoboken, as well as on campus apartment which all have full kitchens and bathrooms and are usually triples. There is also options to live in greek housing. There are 9 frats and 3 sororities which have houses that students live in.
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