Program Admission

EOF students outsideFreshmen

Applications to the EOF class are processed for the fall term only. Consideration for the EOF program is given only to applicants who submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and complete an application for admission.

The FAFSA is available at: https://fafsa.ed.gov after October 1 and must be submitted  by March 1 for the following fall term.

Applications for admission are available from Stockton's Office of Enrollment Management after September 1 for the following fall term and must be completed by April 1. Applicants who file either the FAFSA or the application for admission late may find class space unavailable.

Although standardized tests will not be the determinant for an admissions decision, the EOF applicant must submit scores from the Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT) or the American College Test (ACT) and must show evidence that he/she has completed or will complete, prior to starting the University, 16 units of secondary school work.

The freshman applicant wishing to receive admissions consideration under provisions of the EOF Program must:

A. Submit to the Office of Admissions:

  1. Completed application and application fee waiver card (no fee required)
  2. Secondary school transcript
  3. SAT or ACT scores

B. Submit a completed FAFSA  by March 1.

C. Submit a Student Aid Report (SAR) in addition to all requested supportive data to the Stockton Financial Aid Office.


Transfers

Transfer applications are processed for both the fall and spring terms. The transfer applicant who has previously received an EOF grant will retain his/her eligibility as long as eligibility requirements are met, the proper application procedure is followed and funding is available.

EOFPrior to an admissions decision, an EOF applicant who is transferring from another college in New Jersey must:

A. Submit to the Office of Admissions:

  1. Completed application and application fee card (no fee required)
  2. Up-to-date transcripts from all high schools and colleges attended

B. Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)  by March 1.

C. Submit to the Financial Aid Office:

  1. Student Aid Report (SAR)
  2. Financial Aid Transcript (FAT) from all institutions attended previously
  3. Up-to-date transcripts from all colleges attended.

Liability

Responsibility for submitting accurate information to institution officials rests with the applicant. Stockton University and the State of New Jersey are absolved of any responsibility for funding in the event a grant is based on fraudulent, inaccurate or misleading information.

All EOF applicants should contact the Office of Enrollment Management for updated guidelines.