Prospective Parents & Families
Welcome, Parents & Family of Future Ospreys!
Thank you so much for visiting our resource page for family members of prospective students. As Stockton University’s Chief Enrollment Management Officer, I oversee the Offices of Admissions, Bursar (Student Accounts) and Financial Aid, as well as our Goals/Gear-Up college preparatory program within the local Atlantic City and Pleasantville school districts. In addition to being a proud alumnus, having earned three degrees from Stockton, I also have a daughter who is in her second year at Stockton in our health sciences program. As a parent, I can absolutely relate to the anxiety you may be facing as you embark on sending your student to college, and please rest assured knowing that every member of the Stockton community is here to assist your student, and all of our students, with achieving their academic goals and working toward a successful future.
Stockton has been my home for my entire adult life, and there is no place that I would rather spend my professional career. I hope that you and your family find our caring, student-first focus to be like no other higher education institution you’ve encountered. We truly pride ourselves on cultivating lifelong scholars and engaged citizens of the world.
This page was created with you in mind, to provide one stop for updates and resources in the hopes of making the process of choosing Stockton simple and stress-free. I encourage you to review all of the information, and if I can be of any assistance to you, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly at email@example.com.
Dr. Robert R. Heinrich, Chief Enrollment Management Officer
Admissions & Financial Information
Now accepting applications for spring and fall 2022!
For Accepted Students
Submit the $250 enrollment deposit or deposit waiver & learn about the next steps to officially becoming an Osprey!
Our NEW Stockton Promise grant program provides free tuition & fees for up to four (4) years for eligible students.
Over 50% of our incoming freshmen receive an academic merit scholarship.
Applying for Financial Aid
Learn about the FAFSA & other steps of the financial aid process.
Sources of Financial Aid
Grants, loans, work-study, and external scholarship opportunities.
Financial Aid Essentials
Information all parents & students should know regarding Financial Aid.
Useful tools to get an estimate of what your student's individual costs might be at Stockton.
Breakdown of tuition, fees, housing, and meal plan rates.
How to enroll in an interest-free payment plan to pay the balance on your bill.
Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF)
Learn about eligibility requirements for this state-funded program.
Support & Safety
Explore all our housing options on both our Galloway & Atlantic City campuses.
Themed Living Communities
Bringing together students of similar interests & lifestyles.
Convenient locations & a multitude of food options available.
Campus Police & Public Safety
Stockton is home to a commissioned police department of state-certified police officers, as well as security officers.
Learning Access Program (LAP)
Offering disability and accessibility support services.
Learn about immunization requirements for new students.
Consists of our Writing Center and Math Center.
Career Education & Development
It's never too early to start thinking about life after college!
Learn about our 200+ student organizations!
For Parents & Family of Deposited Students
Has your child decided that Stockton is the right university for them?
When your child chooses Stockton, the entire family becomes Ospreys!
Stay involved! Learn more about our Office of Parent & Family Partnerships, a resource designed specifically with the wants and needs of a Stockton parent in mind!
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