Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology has been changing the lives of students for over 100 years. Stevens provides a well-rounded, two-year education that virtually guarantees a good job and the opportunity for a better life. While most students select one of several job offers upon graduation, some choose to further their education. Accredited by the Middle States Association, Stevens College offers Associate Degrees in all technical majors. Stevens is unique in many ways. Few two-year colleges have on-campus housing or offer a full range of intercollegiate athletics. We also offer full scholarships to over two-thirds of our students based upon their financial need. One of Stevens' many strengths is its diversity: ethnically, racially, socio-economically, and academically. Males and females of all ages attend Stevens. This diversity, ever reflective of society's work place, is a valuable component of our students' education.
Stevens College consists of 19 buildings located on a beautiful and historic 32.5-acre tree-lined campus. The new Learning Resource Center, which includes the library, is a state-of-the-art facility with computer learning stations and full Internet access. The College's Branch Campus is located five blocks from the main campus and includes dormitory rooms and program classrooms and laboratories. All of the facilities are well-maintained with contemporary equipment and technology.
Stevens' strength goes well beyond its grounds, buildings, and technology. Its strength lies in its highly qualified and dedicated faculty and support staff. These people are what make Stevens different from any other institution with their real-world experience, genuine concern for students, and hands-on approach to education. They're responsible for the high success rate of our students. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology has been making a positive difference in the lives of students since 1905.
Are you interested in a total college experience that results in immediate employment and a bright career? Then look at the many programs described on this web site. Contact our admissions office for more information at 1-800-842-3832.
William E. Griscom, ED.D.