No. Please make sure you review all of your information carefully prior to submitting your application online. Note: It is helpful to write your essay in a word document and then paste it in the online application so that you are able to check spelling, grammar, and ensure you have the correct word count.
International students fill out the appropriate Graduate Online Discover Stockton Application according to the type of applicant you are (dual degree/direct entry, graduate, or supplemental-cas*). For additional details regarding the international application process, please visit the International Graduate Student Admission website.
*International students interested in applying to the Doctoral of Physical Therapy, M.S. in Communication Disorders, or the M.S. in Occupational Therapy programs must apply via the respective Centralized Application System in addition to Stockton's Online Supplemental Application-CAS. Please visit those program websites for instructions.
Yes. Students applying to the Doctor of Physical Therapy, Master of Science in Communication Disorders, or the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy must complete Stockton's Online Supplemental CAS Application in addition to the centralized application system. Please visit your respective program's Website for additional supplemental materials that need to be uploaded to Stockton's online applciation.
NOTE: The "Supplemental Items" section of your application will not appear UNTIL you complete the application and pay the application fee.
Some graduate program admissions protocols require calculation of a cumulative GPA. A cumulative GPA is derived from all pre-admission coursework earned at all undergraduate institutions.
The first thing to do is check "yes" on this question in the online application. Next, you will be emailed a form to fill out and sign by your institution where the disciplinary action took place. In case you did not receive the form, or would like another copy, please find it here.