Parent & Family Events
Free Virtual Yoga, Meditation, and Zumba
Join Stockton Alumni Relations for FREE Virtual Yoga and Meditation every Monday and monthly Zumba. No experience is necessary and all are welcome. Simply click here to register and to view other events sponsored by Alumni Relations.
The Path Yearbook - Graduation Recognition Ads
The Path, Yearbook ads can be ordered now until March 1st. The Path, Stockton's official yearbook, is a historical record of the academic school year. Every graduating student has the opportunity to receive a FULL YEAR YEARBOOK highlighting both Fall and Spring semester events. The cost is included in the graduation fee for each student. The book will be mailed out in the summer of 2022 to all Summer 2021, Fall 2022, and Spring 2021 graduates that request a yearbook.
Yearbook recognition ads are a great way for families and friends to commemorate student achievements and important milestones. In addition, revenues from recognition ads help our school to create a better yearbook.
FALL 2021 - PAST EVENT RECORDINGS:
Fall Family Review: A guide for returning family members
For those who were not able to attend our live webinar August 11th, please see link
for the session recording by clicking here.
This session covers all basic information family members of Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors need to know to help support their students this fall semester with a special focus on getting involved on campus.
Are you aware of the Red Zone?: A real talk about sexual assault
Pumpkin Spiced Lattes, crunchy leaves, bonfires, sexual assault. Fall is a wonderful time of fun, new experiences, but it can also be a risky time for your student. The first six weeks of the fall semester is often labeled the ‘Red Zone’. It is a time of statistically heightened instances of sexual assault that happens during the first semester of college. Join us for a live virtual Zoom webinar where we will be discussing sexual assault resources and services to help keep your students safe. This webinar is sponsored by Parent & Family Partnerships, Women’s Gender and Sexuality Center, Student Development, and Culture of Respect.