Bursar's Office

The Bursar's Office is the primary manager of student financial information and also provides centralized billing for the university. It is our objective to provide courteous and proficient services in a timely manner to the entire university community.

In Person Appointments

The Bursar's Office is now taking in-person appointments (Max Capacity: 2 people)

Walk-ins are welcome but there might be a wait time due to capacity limits so we suggest booking an appointment or calling ahead. 

Please note: All visitors are REQUIRED to wear a face mask and must wash their hands before entering the Bursar's Office. All visitors are also REQUIRED to complete the 'Visitor Health Pledge' for COVID-19 safety precautions.

Please make sure you are viewing your goPortal for any important updates released from our office regarding COVID-19. For more information, please view our COVID-19 FAQ webpage.

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING COURSES BEING MOVED ONLINE:

**In response to the Presidential announcement regarding courses being moved entirely online on November 30, 2020, the Bursar's Office will be reviewing student accounts and adjusting charges accordingly. 

Any credit balances resulting from these changes will be applied directly to your Spring 2021 term bill.

If you owe a past due balance for the Fall semester, any credit to your account will be applied directly to these outstanding charges.

Thank you for your patience during these challenging times, please feel free to contact our office for any assistance.

Services we provide:

  • Accounting
  • Cashiering
  • Billing, collections, and loan debt management (Perkins Loan)
  • Refunds
  • Dining and Osprey card
  • Financial reporting services to students

We strive to:

  • Provide accurate and timely financial information
  • Provide convenient services to all university constituents
  • Serve all customers with efficiency and respect
  • Manage payment plans and payment activity
  • Minimize delinquent, defaulted and outstanding accounts
  • Adhere to regulatory requirements of the State and Federal systems and to the policies and procedures of the university

 

Our office communicates with students primarily from the 'Bursars/Payments' tab in the goStockton portal and through the student's Stockton email. It is important that you view your student account regularly in order to monitor any billing adjustments.

Examples of billing adjustments:

  • A decrease or loss of financial aid
  • Receiving a parking citation
  • ID card replacement
  • Color printing points
  • Housing Fines and Campus Hearing Board Fines

Past due balances may prevent a student from registering for classes, viewing their grades, requesting a transcript, or receiving their diploma.

We appreciate your selecting Stockton University to enhance your education and career goals and wish you much success.  We look forward to serving you.

Contact Information:

Office of the Bursar
Campus Center 202
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205

bursar@stockton.edu
p: (609) 652-4597
f: (609) 626-5587