Additive manufacturing is rapidly becoming a more viable means of advanced manufacturing of structural parts across a wide range of applications including biomedical, aerospace, nuclear, and defense sectors. Stainless steels, with their exceptional toughness and resistance to corrosive environments, are a popular choice for additive manufacturing across several industries. The performance of these additive manufactured stainless steels in various environments, however, has not been fully characterized. To overcome this lack of knowledge, the stress corrosion cracking behavior of 316L stainless steel is investigated in dry nitrogen, distilled H2O, and 3.5% solution of NaCl. To understand the significance of the effect each of these environments has on the stress corrosion cracking behavior, a one-way ANOVA analysis is performed on the resulting strength and ductility ratios. Additionally, two way ANOVA analysis is also utilized to understand the interaction between test solution and test temperature.