Discover how Stockton is truly 'transfer friendly.'
We welcome over 1,400 new transfer students each year, and we take pride in providing everything you need to make a smooth transition from your previous institution. FINISH STRONG and complete your degree at Stockton!
Join us on March 23 to learn about transferring to Stockon, including the application process, financial aid & scholarships, and transfer credit evaluation process
Transfer up to 64 credits from a regionally accredited community college and up to 96 credits from an accredited four-year school.
Stockton transcript evaluators help you determine what credits transfer, including Advanced Placement (AP), CLEP or military credits.
Qualified students receive FREE tuition & fees!
Meet Virtually with a Counselor!
Frequently Asked Questions
Most degrees at Stockton require a minimum of 128 credits to complete. Some require more.
Yes, your transcript is then evaluated on a course-by-course basis.
With your admission acceptance, you will receive a preliminary transcript showing the number of credits approved for transfer. When you meet with an advisor during Orientation & Registration, you will receive a document showing how the credits count toward your intended major. In addition, you can evaluate your earned credits with a self-audit through Degree Works prior to entering.
Yes! Stockton guarantees that if you hold an Associate in Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS) from a New Jersey community college, or an accredited community college from another state, we will accept the degree intact, up to 64 credits. Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degrees will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis. Find out if your county college participates in Stockton Transfer Pathways for added benefits. stockton.edu/pathways
Unfortunately, no. Additionally, we are not able to accept credits from certificate-granting proprietary institutions, such as computer science institutes or technical business schools that are unaccredited.
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Military & Veteran
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Non-Matriculated / Non-Degree
For students who wish to take a class at Stockton but DO NOT plan to formally apply or work toward a degree at Stockton.