Prospective Parents & Families

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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 robert.heinrich@stockton.edu.

Go Ospreys!!

Dr. Robert R. Heinrich, Chief Enrollment Management Officer


ATTENTION!

Updates

  • Stockton will require all residential and commuter students to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Read President Kesselman's statement here. Review our fall 2021 campus operations plan here.
  • Our NEW Stockton Promise grant program provides free tuition & fees for up to four (4) years for eligible students. Eligibility criteria includes being a NJ state resident and having an adjusted gross income (AGI) of $0 - $65,000 per year. Visit our Stockton promise websitefor full eligibility requirements and more program details!
  • Due to current public health conditions related to COVID-19, Stockton will reinstate mask requirements for everyone, regardless of vaccination status, beginning on Monday, August 16. Please visit stockton.edu/return for additional details.

Deadlines

  • The following programs have early deadlines: accelerated medical, pharmacy, nursing, and physician assistant  Apply today! Click here for more information on special program deadlines.  

Reminders

  • Your student admitted for spring or fall 2022? Submit their enrollment deposit to secure their place in the incoming class! Learn more about paying the deposit or requesting a wavier here.  
  • Stockton is open for visitors! To register for an in-person campus tour and to review our campus health protocols, click here

Resources:


For Parents & Family of Deposited Students 

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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! 


Contact Information:

Admissions

P: 609-652-4261

E: admissions@stockton.edu

Financial Aid

P: 609-652-4203

E: Contact Us!

Bursar

P: 609-652-4597

E: bursar@stockton.edu

Residential Life

P: 609-652-4332

E: housing@stockton.edu

 

Academic Advising

P: 609-652-4504

E: advising@stockton.edu

Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF)

P: 609-652-4967

E: eofgalloway@stockton.edu

eofac@stockton.edu

Learning Access Program (LAP)

P: 609-652-4988

E: lap@stockton.edu

Health Services 

P: 609-652-4701

E: wellctr@stockton.edu