Hoxie House has served as the residence of Stevens’ presidents since 1929. President Nariman Farvardin and his family began their residence at the house in July 2011 when he became the seventh president of Stevens. During the academic year, President Farvardin is known to regularly host student forums at his campus residence for a breakfast tradition called “Pancakes
With the President.”
The graceful three-story brick building, fronted by a circular driveway, sits atop one of the most enviable locations on campus, overlooking the Hudson River and directly facing the New York City skyline. The building owes its name to William Hoxie, a member of the Class of 1889 who provided financing for construction of the house.