Cost of Attendance

In order to create and generate an official Form I-20, we must include the cost of tuition, books and materials, along with estimated living and personal expenses, as required by the United States Government. Applicants will be required to provide proof of their ability to pay these amounts through official bank and financial statements. These documents will be checked by the Embassy when the interview for the F1 visa is conducted, so it is important to be very precise. Form I-20 will NOT be issued without proof of the ability to pay the below stated Tuition and Fees amounts in full. Your bank statement(s) should indicate access to the FULL AMOUNT of total Cost of Attendance listed below.

Academic Year 2021-22 (Fall & Spring semesters)

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees
with family
Direct costs
Flat Rate Tuition: 12-20 credits/semester $ 20,473.56 $ 20,473.56
Fees1 $ 2,437.88 $ 2,437.88
Subtotal:  $ 22,911.44 $ 22,911.44
Other estimated costs
Living Expenses: Room & Board (Average)2 $12,347.00 $ 6,303.00
Miscellaneous Expenses
(Books & supplies, health insurance)3
$ 2,708.00 $ 2,708.00
Estimated Total: $37,966.44 $31,922.44

Graduate Tuition and Fees
  Master's Doctoral
Direct costs
Flat Rate Tuition: 9 credits/semester  $ 20,914.56 $ 23,727.24
Fees1 $ 1,771.02 $ 1,771.02
Subtotal:  $ 22,685.58 $ 25,498.26
Other estimated costs
Living Expenses (Room & Board)2 $ 12,347.00 $ 12,347.00
Miscellaneous Expenses
(Books & supplies, health insurance)3
$ 2,708.00 $ 2,708.00
Estimated Total: $ 37,740.58 $ 40,553.26

 Updated Feb. 2022.

1.Detailed description of University Fees is available from the Bursar's Office.

2.Room and board costs vary based on students’ needs. Average costs are listed.  Housing options and meal plan rates are subject to change and will vary based on availability. If you plan to live off-campus, with a friend or family member within the South Jersey area, you must provide an Affidavit for Room and Board.
Estimated off-campus cost for room and board source: Consumer Information NJ Student and Parent Consumer Information Act.

3.Miscellaneous expenses are estimated costs for books & supplies, health insurance and some personal expenses.  All international students are required to have health insurance coverage. (based on NJ Student & Parent Consumer Information Act)

Visual Arts students will need to provide additional fund of $2,000 per year for their art supplies.

Please feel free to use this Bill Estimator to get a better estimated cost of attendance sheet with different housing and meal options. Housing and Meal plan costs vary based on student need. 

If you plan to live on campus you must fill out the housing application through your GoPortal account (included in the acceptance packet) and send an additional $150 housing deposit.

The following fees are due upon acceptance:

  • Application Fee: $50
    Completed applications should be returned to the Office of Enrollment Management with a $50 non-refundableapplication fee. Make checks or money order payable to Stockton University. You must submit all supporting documents (transcripts, test scores, essays, recommendations, etc.) with your completed application. Processing of incomplete applications will be delayed and may result in your application being denied admission.
  • Acceptance Deposit: $250
    You must submit a $250 non-refundable acceptance deposit by the date specified in your letter of acceptance to reserve a place in the class. This deposit will be applied to your tuition and fees once you are enrolled at Stockton.
  • *Housing Acceptance Deposit: $150.
    An initial $150 housing acceptance deposit is required for all first-time housing residents. This deposit is separate from any other deposits required by the University and is non-refundable.


International students are eligible for the scholarships below. See details and criterias on the Scholarships page. Additional scholarships information can be found in the Scholarship Resource Center.

International student scholarship

Freshman merit scholarships are based on both academic and extracurricular achievement, including:

  • Academic:
    • Official High School Transcript
  • Extracurricular:
    • Work (part-time or summer jobs)
    • Volunteerism or Community Engagement
    • Family responsibilities
    • School/Community clubs/organizations
    • Arts/Music/Sports
    • Other experiences that have been meaningful to you

Freshman student scholarship

  • Up to $ 15,000 per academic year

Transfer student scholarship

  • Up to $ 3,000 per academic year

* International Student Scholarship amount adjusted annually in July.