Despite recent negative headlines about the school's president and financial leadership, the courses are very challenging and the Technology Management master's program was well-structured.
The campus location is fantastic. You can work in Manhattan and go to school in Hoboken very easily, and the views from facilities are amazing.
Stevens can be very expensive so look for scholarship opportunities or do it through a tuition-reimbursement program.
Favorite courses included "Management of Emerging Technologies" with Prof. Savitz and "Intro to Project Management" with Prof. Schniedmuller. Professors have industry experience and many classmates are working full time (or have recently) and bring their experiences to the classroom.
Also, I am not generally a fan of online courses, but Stevens Webcampus is very well-run and the courses are high quality.
The Career Development office is fantastic and very enthusiastic about working with students, one-on-one.
The students are mostly quiet (slightly nerdy) but nice. If you want Greek life, there is some of that. There are A LOT of politics at this school. The president gets paid way too much money and the school is in financial strain. Sports players get prefered treatment by teachers/faculty/police. Most of the teachers are semi-decent but many of them have a hard time speaking english. Hoboken is a great place to live if you like going out to bars, walking/rollerblading, sitting in the parks - pretty much anything you could want is available in Hoboken. Parking on and off campus is tough, but Stevens is attemping to open a large parking facility. Reputation of the school is good, although tuition is high. If I had to do it all over again, I would still choose to go to Stevens (based on my parents / the government paying). If I had to pay out of pocket, I'd go to a MUCH cheaper school and still leave with a degree.