Transfer Student Information
Live Stockton As a Transfer Student
Welcome to Stockton University as you prepare to transfer to Stockton, consider living on campus. Living on campus is one of the best parts of college or university experiences. Research has shown that students who attend liberal arts institutions, who live on campus also have significantly higher G.P.A.'s than comparable students at institutions who live off campus (Turley & Wodtke, 2010).
As a residential student you have access to close parking lots, and programs and activities
that other students do not have. Transfer students are deliberately housed together
so students can have a shared experiences with students of similar experiences. The
resident assistants in Housing 1 are specially trained to work and provide programming
for transfer students.
Apply to live on campus
Once you are admitted to Stockton University and have submitted your enrollment deposit, housing options will be presented to you based upon your status as a transfer student. You should closely review your options and complete your housing application as soon as possible which will improve your chances of living in the style of room and your requested roommate(s). Some transfer students will initially be labeled as a freshmen transfer however, once Academic Advising has had an opportunity to evaluate your transcript your classification will be adjusted. Freshmen transfer and Upperclassmen transfer students have the same housing options, so no one is at a disadvantage.
Through the housing application you can access the roommate finder tool and and self-select
the style of room you would like to live in. Requests can never be guaranteed, however
Residential Life prioritizes roommates matches over the style of room based upon student
feedback. Students who sign the contract agree to live on campus for the entire academic
year, please read the document carefully prior to signing it.
Students can review housing options by clicking on the links below. Transfer students have the opportunity to live in Housing 1, Chris Gaupp, or Atlantic City housing.
Students can request roommates within the housing application found in the GoStockton Portal once they have paid their admissions deposit.
Meal plan and dining options
Students can find important meal plan information and costs associated with the meal plans by visiting the Bursars website.
Students can find the housing rate information and any information associated with the cost of housing by visiting the Bursars website.
June 1, 2018 - Transfer student applications are due. Completed applications require a $150 housing deposit paid to the Bursars Office and a signed contract.
June, 2018 - Housing assignments including assigned roommates will be available on your Orientation Date.
July 19, 2018 - Students will be able to select a meal plan on the housing application.
August 1, 2018 - All immunization documentation is due to Health Services.
August 28, 2018 - S.O.A.R. Move-In.
September 1, 2018 - Transfer Student Move-In
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