Beginning Monday, November 30 through Friday, December 11, Stockton will shift most of its in-person and hybrid courses to fully online for the remainder of the fall semester.
There will be exceptions for approved laboratory, clinical, studio, internship, and senior seminar classes. Finals week will remain scheduled from Monday, December 14 through Friday, December 18 – with most final exams taking place remotely.
This decision, made in consultation with the University’s Faculty Senate Executive Committee, the Academic Deans, and the President’s Cabinet, supports our ongoing commitment to maintain the health and safety of our campus community.
Please remember, any decisions made by Stockton University can be modified based on statewide guidelines or declarations from the Governor of New Jersey. We remain in ongoing contact with both the Governor’s Office as well as the Office of the New Jersey Secretary of Higher Education regarding COVID-19 related matters and will continue to keep the Stockton community updated.
Students who currently live in Uuniversity housing will move off-campus for the remainder of the fall 2020 semester and must check out of their residential assignment for winter break no later than Wednesday, November 25th at 5pm unless they are granted an exemption due to an extenuating circumstance.
All requests for exemptions must be submitted to Dr. Steven Radwanski, Executive Director for Residential Life by Friday, November 20th at 4:30pm.
EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES: Students for whom relocation would cause extreme hardship, and those who are facing other special circumstances, may request that the Office of Residential Life evaluate their situation on a case-by-case basis. Examples of extenuating circumstances include:
- International student status;
- Students with housing insecurity or accessibility issues;
- Students who have in-person courses/final exams, who are engaged in an internships, clinical placements, or other experiential learning that is a graduation requirement.
- Students with other significant extenuating circumstances.
Residential students will NOT have to move all of their items out of their residence hall assignment at this time. However, you are strongly encouraged to take items that are essential to complete your academic assignments for the fall semester and that you will need during the winter break.
Students will receive a separate communication from the Office of Residential Life regarding winter break check- out procedures, housing, meal plan and transportation fees.
Please email Dr. Radwanski regarding residential life questions that you have in the interim at: Steven.Radwanski@stockton.edu.
For additional information visit Residential Life.
All university offices, including the library and computer labs will be open to students and staff.
Student services such as academic advising, financial aid, counseling, health services, learning access programs (LAP) will be available for students remotely and in-person on a limited basis through December 24th and will resume on January 2, 2021 after the holiday break.
Student counseling and health services will be available remotely.
Please contact Student Health Services if you have questions, exhibit symptoms or need medical assistance related to COVID-19, or for other health and wellness needs. Please contact Counseling and Psychological Services if you have questions regarding counseling services.
The Dean of Students Office is available to answer any questions that you have regarding student services or other questions that you have.
Co-curricular activities such as student club and organization meetings, events and trainings that can be offered remotely will be delivered in that format for the remainder of the fall 2020 semester.
At this time, Stockton is planning for both in-person and online learning modalities for the spring 2021 semester. More information will be available in the coming weeks; please continue to check your Stockton email and the University’s website for details.
- Please communicate with your dean’s office about how your in-person and hybrid courses – including final exams and projects – will conclude.
- If you have questions about adjusting your course modalities, or about how to finish a specialty lab, clinical, studio, or seminar course, please contact your dean’s office.
- Your managers and divisional executives will continue to maintain their departmental and office functions in accordance with the operational needs of the University.
The Stockton Health Pledge must be completed every day whether you intend to come to campus or not. Please complete the daily Stockton Health Pledge and provide subsequent health information regarding your COVID-19 health status immediately when requested.
Check the Stockton COVID-19 Updates Page for more information about the Stockton Health Pledge and updates about ways that you can support the health and safety of the Stockton community.