Dean of Students

Members of the Office of the Dean of Students are working according to University guidelines and are available via email.

Stockton’s vibrant learning community provides students with an exceptional environment for intellectual and personal development. Our entire campus serves as a laboratory for interactive academic experiences alongside our highly credentialed, accessible and engaged faculty. Stockton’s programs are based on the basic precepts of leadership and civic engagement and, as such, Stockton offers its students the opportunity to experience learning on and off campus through our diverse student development and service learning programs.

We distinguish ourselves from other institutions by creating meaningful student-centered approaches that attempt to further a student’s overall academic, personal and social growth and learning. At Stockton we are committed to putting Students First. This is supported by the collective work of Stockton students, faculty and staff.

The Office of the Dean of Students at Stockton University is committed to quality and excellence while serving as a primary advocate for student life. In doing so, the office provides programs and services that contribute to total student learning. Students are encouraged to become involved in co-curricular programs, leadership opportunities and the residential student experience. Programs designed around issues impacting student life, including residential and commuter concerns, safety and security, personal development, alcohol and drug awareness, interpersonal relationships, and more are part of our campus life curriculum.

Our Mission 

The Office of the Dean of Students is committed to the holistic development of the student. We work to prepare our students for future professional growth, personal development and global challenges. In doing so, the mission of this office is predicated upon the following guiding principles:

  • Providing an environment that promotes learning, individual safety, wellness and co-curricular involvement in campus life.
  • Promoting civic engagement.
  • Developing student responsibility and accountability.
  • Teaching personal and interpersonal life skills.
  • Working collaboratively to develop students.