New Student Orientation

For questions regarding Orientation dates, please contact the Office of Admissions at 609-652-4261 or toll-free at 1-866-772-2885.

Academic Orientation & Registration is intended to ease your transition into university life. This one day program is designed to help you meet other students, faculty, staff and administrators who can offer advice and answer your questions. You will also register for classes, review your class schedule and get acquainted with classmates.

Orientation consists of a one day, on-campus, registration experience. Family members are welcome to attend Orientation and are invited to participate in our special Parent and Family Orientation Program that runs concurrently while students are registering.

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact the Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations at 609.652.4878 or event.services@stockton.edu at least 5 business days in advance of your participation or visit.

For questions regarding Orientation dates, please contact the Office of Admissions at 609-652-4261 or toll-free at 1-866-772-2885.

Academic Orientation & Registration is intended to ease your transition into university life. This one day program is designed to help you meet other students, faculty, staff and administrators who can offer advice and answer your questions. You will also register for classes, review your class schedule and get acquainted with classmates.

Orientation consists of a one day, on-campus, registration experience. Family members are welcome to attend Orientation and are invited to participate in our special Parent and Family Orientation Program that runs concurrently while students are registering, however, we encourage students to bring no more than 2 guests

Freshmen attending January 2019 Orientation will follow the Transfer Orientation & Registration schedule which will be posted by the beginning of December 2018. For details please click the Transfer tab at the top of this page.

Orientation Check List:

  • Students will begin and end their day in the Campus Center. Please use Parking Lots 1-3.
  • Print out, complete and bring with you to Orientation the Student Refund Form.This will help to streamline the refund process if one is ever needed.
  • Bring all completed immunization forms if you are a residential student.
  • Students interested in taking modern language courses, click here to take the placement test. Please print and bring your results with you to Orientation.
  • Stockton University encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and events. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodations or have questions about the physical access provided, please call the office at 609.652.4878 in advance of your participation or visit.
  • Orientation attire for students and guests:
    Dress for Orientation is casual, but the rooms where the sessions are being held tend to get chilly. We recommend bringing along a sweater or light jacket so you can comfortably enjoy the sessions. Also, if you are planning to spend some time walking around campus, we would recommend a good pair of walking shoes and comfortable casual clothes. Student ID photos will also be taken this day.

FRESHMEN Welcome Week programs are scheduled for the few days before classes begin. A combination of mandatory and optional programs are offered. Mandatory programs are for both Residential and Commuting Students. Student's over the age of 25 will receive an invitation to an abridged welcome program taking place during the first week of class.

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact the Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations at 609.652.4878 or event.services@stockton.edu at least 5 business days in advance of your participation or visit.

For questions regarding Orientation dates, please contact the Office of Admissions at 609-652-4261 or toll-free at 1-866-772-2885.

Transfer Academic Orientation and Registration is intended to ease your transition into university life. This one day program is designed to help you meet other students, faculty, staff and administrators who can offer advice and answer your questions. You will also register for classes, review your class schedule and get acquainted with classmates. Family members are welcome to attend Orientation and are invited to participate in our special Parent and Family Orientation Program that runs concurrently while students are registering.


Transfer Resources:

Transfer FAQ- Review frequently asked questions for transfer students.

Transfer Seminars - Fall 2018 Transfer Seminar List

JOIN THE TRANSFER FACEBOOK PAGE:

  1. Sign in to Facebook
  2. In the search bar, type: "Stockton University Transfer Students"
  3. Click the button on the top right titled: "Join Group"
  4. Your request will then appear to one of the group administrators for approval

 

January 2019 Orientation Schedules will be available by the beginning of December 2018.

Here is what current Transfer students at Stockton had to say when asked about their experience at Orientation and on campus:

Orientation Check List:

  • Consider applying for the TRANSFERmation adventure leadership retreat taking place June 17-19, 2018.  
  • Students will begin and end their day in the Campus Center. Please use Parking Lots 1-3.
  • Please bring a copy of your most recent unofficial transcript from your previous institution(s).
  • Print out, complete and bring with you to Orientation the Student Refund Form. This will help to streamline the refund process if one is ever needed.
  • Bring all completed immunization forms if you are a residential student.
  • Students interested in taking modern language courses, click here to take the placement test. Please print and bring your results with you to Orientation.
  • Stockton University encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and events. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodations or have questions about the physical access provided, please call the office at 609.652.4878 in advance of your participation or visit.
  • Orientation attire for students and guests:
    Dress for Orientation is casual, but the rooms where the sessions are being held tend to get chilly. We recommend bringing along a sweater or light jacket so you can comfortably enjoy the sessions. Also, if you are planning to spend some time walking around campus, we would recommend a good pair of walking shoes and comfortable casual clothes. Student ID photos will also be taken this day.

TRANSFER Welcome Week programs are scheduled the few days before classes begin . A combination of mandatory and optional programs are offered. Mandatory programs are for both Residential and Commuting Students. Students over the age of 25 will receive an invitation to an abridged welcome program taking place during the first week of class.

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact the Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations at 609.652.4878 or event.services@stockton.edu at least 5 business days in advance of your participation or visit.

For questions regarding Orientation dates, please contact the Office of Military and Veteran Services at 609-652-4351.

Academic Orientation & Registration is intended to ease your transition into university life. This one day program is designed to help you meet other students, faculty, staff and administrators who can offer advice and answer your questions. You will also register for classes, review your class schedule and get acquainted with classmates.

Orientation consists of a one day, on-campus, registration experience. The January 2019 Orientation schedule will be available by the beginning of December 2018.

Orientation Check List:

  • Students will begin and end their day in the Campus Center. Please use Parking Lots 1-3.
  • Visit the Office of Military and Veteran Services Enrollment Checklist
  • Please bring a copy of your most recent unofficial transcript from your previous institution(s) if you have them.
  • Print out, complete and bring with you to Orientation the Student Refund Form.This will help to streamline the refund process if one is ever needed.
  • Bring all completed immunization forms if you are a residential student.
  • Students interested in taking modern language courses, click here to take the placement test. Please print and bring your results with you to Orientation.
  • Stockton University encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and events. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodations or have questions about the physical access provided, please call the office at 609.652.4878 in advance of your participation or visit.
  • Orientation attire for students and guests:
    Dress for Orientation is casual, but the rooms where the sessions are being held tend to get chilly. We recommend bringing along a sweater or light jacket so you can comfortably enjoy the sessions. Also, if you are planning to spend some time walking around campus, we would recommend a good pair of walking shoes and comfortable casual clothes. Student ID photos will also be taken this day.

Welcome Week programsare scheduled for the few days before classes begin. A combination of mandatory and optional programs are offered. Mandatory programs are for both Residential and Commuting Students. Student's over the age of 25 will receive an invitation to an abridged welcome program taking place during the first week of class.

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact the Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations at 609.652.4878 or event.services@stockton.edu at least 5 business days in advance of your participation or visit.