Stockton University

By April 13, 20164 Year School

4 Year Public University

Contact Information

India Karavackas
Director, Global Engagement
Phone: 609-626-3537
Fax: 609-626-6050

Application Deadlines

Spring admission (January) – November 15
Fall admission (September) – March 15
Fall admission (scholarship consideration) – January 31

Fall Admission only See more Special Academic Program Requirements here.

Accelerated Pre-Medicine – December 15
Pharmacy (dual degree) – December 15
Physician Assistant (dual degree) – February 15
Pharmaceutical engineering (dual degree) – February 15
Four-Year Nursing (pre-licensure) – February 15

Spring admission (January) – November 1
Fall admission (September) – March 15


Main Campus
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205

712 E Bay Ave Suite 20,
Manahawkin, NJ 08050

Hammonton – Kramer Hall
30 Front St,
Hammonton, NJ 08037

Atlantic City – Carnegie Center
35 S Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd,
Atlantic City, NJ 08401


Stockton University is New Jersey’s “Distinctive Public University.” Established as a small school in 1969, it was named in honor of one of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence. Since its founding, Stockton has experienced incredible growth. It now offers many academic degrees to students including BA (Bachelor of Art), BS (Bachelor of Science), BFA (Bachelor of Fine Art), MA (Master of Art), MS (Master of Science), MBA (Master of Business Administration), DPT (Doctor of Physical Therapy) and Ed.D. (Organizational Leadership). Stockton also provides dual-degree options to students. In these five-year programs, students spend an extra year of study after completing their Bachelor’s degree to earn their Master’s degree. In addition to its academic provisions, Stockton offers many extracurricular activities for students to join such as sports and clubs. The university also boasts an excellent faculty, with 95% of them holding doctoral or other terminal degrees. Ultimately, Stockton strives to provide its students with the best opportunities possible so that they can develop into commendable professionals and outstanding members of society.

Degrees/Certificates Offered

Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctoral and Certificate programs

For a comprehensive list of our programs, visit:

Student Demographics

The university has an approximate enrollment of 8,674 students (Fall 2015), undergraduate 7,808 and graduate 866 (Male 41%, Female 59%, Minority 27.6%).

ESL Program and Support Services

Stockton is partnered with ELS Language Centers, the largest English language school providing classes to international students who want to learn English. Stockton also provides the following services: the Internship Connection; Career Center; Academic Advising; Tutoring Center (Writing & Math); Service Learning; childcare services via Free to Be Care center; intramural and recreational sports; access to the state-of-the-art gym facilities; multiple computer labs; Library; financial aid counseling; the Wellness Center that provides physical and mental health services; Veteran Affairs; Office of Global Engagement that answers the needs of international and domestic students, provides programming and workshops educating international students about visa status maintenance, work opportunities, travel verifications and much more.

Student Housing Options

Six types of resident halls: on campus housing with the 5-person apartment, 4-person apartment, triple, double, single, and small double options; off campus housing at the Stockton Seaview Hotel & Golf Club.

Admission Requirements for Freshman Students (First year in college)

  1. Admission application
  2. Application fee ($50)
  3. Official Secondary school transcript/diploma
  4. English Proficiency (minimum):
    TOEFL (79 iBT/550 PBT); IELTS (6.5); ELS (level 112)
  5. SAT*
  6. Affidavit of Support
  7. International Student Financial Statement
  8. Affidavit for Free Room and Board (if you plan to live off-campus)

*For detailed requirements and offers of conditional admission please visit:

Admission Requirements for Transfer Students

  1. Admission application
  2. Application fee ($50)
  3. Official college/university transcripts (If from outside of the U.S., a course-by-course evaluation verified by the AACRAO, ECE or WES is required)
  4. Affidavit of Support
  5. International Student Financial Statement
  6. Affidavit for Free Room and Board (if you plan to live off-campus)

Admission Requirements for Graduate Students

  1. Admission application
  2. Application fee ($50)
  3. Official college/university degree (If from outside of the U.S., transcripts mu be verified by the AACRAO, ECE or WES)
  4. English Proficiency (minimum):
    TOEFL (80 iBT/550 PBT); IELTS (6.5); ELS (level 112)
  5. Affidavit of Support
  6. International Student Financial Statement
  7. Affidavit for Free Room and Board (if you plan to live off-campus)

*For detailed requirements please visit:

Visa Categories Offered

F-1 for new or transfer students
J-1 for exchange students or scholars

Cost of Attendance and Financial Assistance

Estimated cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, room, meal plan and miscellaneous expenses (based on 2015-2016 Academic year):

Tuition & fees (12-20 credits/semester): $19,470.60
On-campus housing*: $8,881.80
Meal plan* (19 meals/weeks): $3,951

Health insurance & miscellaneous*: $2996.60
Total yearly estimated cost: $35,300.00

Tuition & fees (9 credits/semester): $ $19,924.72
Books and Materials*: $2,000
Personal Expenses*: $4,000
Health Insurance*: $1,696

Total yearly estimated cost: $26,972.54

International Scholarships

International students are qualified for the Freshman/Transfer scholarships. They can also apply for Stockton foundation scholarship after one semester of studying at Stockton.

Student Activities and Campus Life

Stockton University is dedicated to bridging cultural gaps and enhancing its cultural exchange program. Therefore the Office of Global Engagement has developed a Cultural Immersion Program to help International Visitors learn more from their visit to the U.S. and bring back greater knowledge of America, its people, its history and culture. Stockton University hopes the Cultural Immersion Program will help strengthen academic and economic ties with our global community and help bring greater knowledge and awareness of what America is all about.

To educate our students and exchange visitors about the U.S. culture and traditions and involve them in U.S. culture, some of the activities from the Cultural Immersion Program are: Meet and Greet; Day of Services; Oktoberfest; Pumpkin Picking and Carving; Thanksgiving Dinner; New York City trip; Washington D.C. trip; Philadelphia trip, Amish Country Farm visiting and Hershey Park.

The university offers over 160 clubs and organizations meeting the interests of every study area, needs and interests of the diverse student population of the university. You will definitely find a club or a student organization that interests you. If you can’t find one, you and your friends can create one! To explore the list of available student clubs and organizations, please visit