Congratulations on your acceptance to Stockton University!
Deciding which college to attend is a big decision, and we understand that current circumstances have made this decision even more challenging. As always, we are here to help in any way we can.
WHAT ARE MY NEXT STEPS?
- Learn More About Our Campuses
Get to know your future home-away-from-home! Attend a campus tour, take a virtual tour of our housing options, or explore our interactive campus maps.
Your Z# is your unique Stockton ID and is used to log in to your goStockton portal. Please locate the portal login sheet in your acceptance packet for instructions on how to change your password and log in to your portal.
- Accept Your Financial Aid Offer
Apply for financial aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) prior to the appropriate deadline. Stockton's FAFSA school code is 009345. Once you receive your financial aid offer notification via your Stockton email, you can log in to the goStockton portal to view and take action on your offer.
Deadlines to Complete the FAFSA:
Spring 2021: Complete 2020-21 FAFSA now!
Fall 2021: Complete 2021-22 FAFSA by June 1, 2021(Freshmen) ~ April 15, 2021 (Transfers)
- Take Your Placement Test
Students who have not submitted SAT or ACT scores must complete placement testing for math, reading, and writing. Some other students may also receive notification regarding placement testing; please review our placement testing page for more details.
- Live at Stockton
If you'll be living at Stockton, apply for housing under the Student Life tab in the goStockton portal and submit your $150 housing deposit.
Transfer Student Application
- Submit Your Immunization Records
Prior to registering for classes or receiving your housing assignment, all full- and part-time students must provide immunization information to meet University and New Jersey state requirements.
Transfers: Please note that any courses still in progress cannot be evaluated until you complete the course and an updated transcript has been sent to us.
Freshmen: Make sure we have your final transcript as well as any documentation related to AP, IB or college credits you earned during high school.
- Complete New Student Orientation
Orientation will introduce you to life as a Stockton student! Once you submit your enrollment deposit, you will receive email communication from Admissions regarding New Student Orientation and setting up a Registration appointment. Communication will be sent to the email address you used to complete your application, not your Stockton email.
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Chat with an Admissions Counselor!
We know you have questions – we’re here to help! Speak directly with an admissions representative and get the information you need.
(609) 626-5541 FAX
Resources for Accepted Students
Federal & State Aid - Grants, Loans, & Work-Study
Bill Estimator, Tuition & Fees, Room & Meal Plans, Payment Plans
Transfer Credit Evaluation, Degree Works, Curriculum Information
Student Clubs, Greek Life, Honors Societies
Available for both Freshman and Transfer Students
Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF)
For NJ Students from Economically & Educationally Disadvantaged Backgrounds
Housing Info, Virtual Housing Tours
Majors, Minors, Dual-Degrees, Certificates
Career Development & Education
Job & Internship Listings and Assistance, Interview & Resume Prep
Athletics & Recreation
NCAA Division III Sports, Club & Intramural Sports, Fitness Facilities