Congratulations on your acceptance to Stockton University!
Confirm your Fall 2023 enrollment TODAY!
Living on campus? Submit your housing application!
Pick your date! Fill out the brief survey then pick your orientation date.*
New Student Orientation is mandatory for all new, incoming students.
*Use your applicant portal login to sign up for orientation, not your goStockton portal login. Your applicant portal login is what you used to view your acceptance letter.
Most first-year students who do not submit SAT/ACT scores must complete placement testing prior to New Student Orientation.
Most transfer students are exempt from placement testing.
Don't know if you have to test? Click here to review guidelines.
Accepted Student Checklist
The easiest way to submit your enrollment deposit is online via your goStockton portal.
You can pay securely by credit card or electronic check.
- Enter your username and password and click Login.
- Select the Bursar tab and click Make a Deposit in the My Account box (center of the page).
- You will be redirected to the TouchNet Payment System. Choose the appropriate term from the drop down menu and click Select.
- Choose the appropriate deposit type from the drop down menu and verify the term and amount are correct.
- Choose the payment method from the drop down menu and click Select. Follow the remaining prompts.
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- Complete both sides of the Enrollment Confirmation & Waiver Form included in your acceptance packet. Return in the postage-paid reply envelope.
- Complete the online waiver form.
NOTE: All EOF and veterans/military-affliated students should submit a waiver form.
International students should not submit the Online Waiver Form; they must submit the $250 enrollment deposit electronically in their goStockton portal or by mail through check or money order.
All first-year students who DID NOT submit SAT/ACT scores must complete placement testing in math, reading, & writing.
Students with a math SAT score of 560 or less or a math ACT of 23 or less must complete math placement testing only.
Select transfer students may be required to complete placement testing.
Specific testing details are sent to your personal email account. Learn more about the Accuplacer at stockton.edu/placement-testing.
You will receive email notification when your financial aid offer is ready to view in your goStockton portal. You must take action on certain types of financial aid; click here to learn more.
Haven't applied for financial aid yet? Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) prior to the appropriate deadline. Stockton's FAFSA school code is 009345.
NJ Dreamer students will not file the FAFSA. NJ Dreamers should file the NJ Alternative Application at hesaa.org each year.
If living on campus: After submitting your $250 enrollment deposit, complete your housing application & contract and submit the $150 housing deposit in your goStockton portal.
Fall 2023 housing applications now available!
New Student Orientation is when you truly become an Osprey! Orientation is mandatory for all new students.
Fall 2023 admitted students: Invitations will be emailed beginning in April!
All full- and part-time students must provide immunization information to meet University and New Jersey state requirements prior to registering for classes.
COVID-19 Vaccination: Stockton requires all students to have received an approved COVID-19 vaccine OR have an approved medical or religious exemption prior to registering for classes. You can upload your proof of vaccination or request an exemption at immunization.stockton.edu. Boosters are strongly recommended for those eligible.
Click here to read more about Stockton's immunization 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.
First-Year Students (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.
All transcripts should be sent to Stockton University's Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
International Admitted Student Checklist
Please review the following:
Your letter of admission is located in your Applicant Portal
Admissions scholarship offers located in your Applicant Portal
University portal access (goStockton portal)
International Student Admissions Packet
Your next steps should be:
Review your letter of admission carefully. Email Natalja.Manger@stockton.edu if you have any questions
Submit your Enrollment Confirmation deposit online no later than June 30 (Fall term) / November 15 (Spring term)
Note: Requests for a waiver of Enrollment Confirmation Deposit will not be granted (per Bulletin page 26). The deposit is refundable if a visa request is denied.
Without confirmation of enrollment, you will not be able to apply for Form I-20, register for new student orientation, register for courses, or apply for housing;
Familiarize yourself with the documents required for your Form I-20 (needed for your international student visa interview)
Schedule an appointment with your family doctor to complete the immunization requirements (remember – proof of COVID-19 immunization is now required, unless approved in advance for a medical or religious exemption);
Once we receive your Enrollment Confirmation, you will become officially confirmed with SU, and will be included in New Student Orientation outreach (to get you ready for the start of your first semester).
In the meantime, await an email from Mr. Yibin Feng, International Student Advisor, regarding your Form I-20 steps.
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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