Care & Community Standards

Campus Hearing Board

Campus Hearing Board

Case Management

Case Management

Mediation and Problem Solving

Mediation and Problem Solving

Our office is physically closed but our staff are working remotely. Please contact the office via email: if you have questions or need assistance. Our staff is regularly monitoring their emails, and voicemails are being forwarded to them. For the latest COVID-19 updates, please visit 

The Care & Community Standards Office (formerly the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities) serves two distinct needs for our campus community. The Care component helps students navigate crisis, emergencies, and personal difficulties by coordinating resources, providing supportive measures, and success planning. Our office also oversees Community Standards for students; this includes the Campus Conduct Code, Campus Hearing Board, and conflict mediation. 


Incident Report Form

Submit a complaint, concern, or FYI regarding a student


***Please note, our office is still accepting, processing, & responding to complaints, concerns, requests, & FYIs while working remotely. Submissions via this incident report form, the Early Alert form, and Leave of Absence/Withdrawal form will continue to be reviewed & responded to.***

FERPA Waiver

Students can complete this waiver to provide access to a specific conduct case to another person

Holds & Background Checks

Email us if you have a hold on your account or need a background check completed


***For Background Checks - Please email your request and waiver to

Please do NOT fax any requests to the office during this time. Thank you!***



Disclaimer Concerning External Websites and Applications

For information on Stockton University’s Title IX related policies, procedures, resources, and processes, contact Valerie Hayes, Stockton’s Title IX Coordinator by email at, or by phone at 609-652-4693 or 609-652-4695.  You may also review Stockton’s Title IX web page for information, available at  Material and information contained on externally developed websites and applications may not contain current information for Title IX-related resources, and you assume the risk for use of information from those external sources.