Choosing a Stevens education is an investment in your child's future. We recognize that your decision to send your child to an independent school means a commitment to financial planning. The financial aid program is designed to help bridge the gap between what a family can afford and tuition. The financial aid program is available for students in PreK – 8th grade. Stevens strives to build community that incorporates a diversity of culture, viewpoints and experiences and to provide access to a Stevens education to a wide socioeconomic range of families. Financial aid benefits all students in the school.
Applying for financial aid has no bearing upon the admission committee's deliberations and their assessment of an applicant’s potential as a Stevens student. Decisions regarding admission and eligibility for financial aid are made independently of one another but are generally presented to families at the same time. This allows families to make an informed decision when executing an enrollment contract.
Financial aid is in the form of need-based grants, which do not need to be repaid.
All applicants must complete the TADs application and file it online with the appropriate fee.
October: School announces financial aid applications can be filed online. The TADS site begins to accept electronically filed applications. Please use the NJ/Hoboken drop down option for either Hoboken or Jersey City campuses.
December 1: Financial aid applications must be complete, including all supporting documents, and ready for review.
February 1: Contracts to current families are mailed and financial aid decisions are included.
March 1: Contracts to newly accepted families are mailed and financial aid decisions are included.
April 15: Families are required to upload tax returns for the previous year to the TADs site.
Those applicants applying outside of the regular admissions cycle should contact the director of admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before applying, please read Stevens Financial Aid Statement.