Application for Admission - Transfer Student Instructions
Submitting Your Application
Completed applications can be electronically submitted securely online through the Stockton Application for Admission or The Common Application. Supporting documentation should be submitted to Stockton either through an official electronic source (college Registrar, high school student information system) or via surface mail. The $50 non-refundable application fee can be paid online with a credit or debit card. Check or money order payments should be made payable to Stockton University and mailed to the Office of Admission. Applicants must provide all supporting documentation (transcripts, test scores if required, copy of high school diploma) in order for the application to be considered complete for review.
Deadlines for submitting application and official documentation:
|Transfer students entering:||Deadline:|
|Spring 2019||January 1, 2019|
|International Spring 2019||November 15, 2018|
|Fall 2019||July 1, 2019|
|International Fall 2019||March 15, 2019|
Academic records from ALL institutions where courses were taken must be sent to Stockton University. Transcripts must bear the school seal. Unofficial transcripts are not acceptable. If an official transcript from each institution attended cannot be provided for any reason, the applicant will not be considered for admission. Arrange for SAT and/or ACT scores (if required) to be sent to Stockton University (SAT code number: 2889 – ACT code number: 2589). Send all records to:
Office of Admissions
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205-9441
Electronic transcripts must be original (sent directly from the transfer institution) and can be emailed to: email@example.com. Please allow 7-10 working days from the date of order for Stockton to receive the transcript(s).
A student who has attended a college or university following graduation from high school and has attempted college credits by the application deadline is considered a TRANSFER APPLICANT. Transfer applicants must submit an official transcript from EACH institution attended - even if only for one course. Official transcripts for college credits earned while still in high school must be sent directly from the institution through which those credits were earned. Applicants with fewer than 15 non-basic skills credits completed at the time of application must also submit official high school transcripts (or high school equivalency test [GED] scores and high school transcripts for years attended) and SAT or ACT scores if applying to a major requiring math readiness. Students who have earned 15 or more credits but have NOT received an associate's degree at the time of application must also include a copy of high school diploma (or GED certificate).
The required documentation for transfer applicants includes:
- Completed Application -- submitted electronically
- $50 application fee
- Official transcipts from ALL colleges attended
- Official high school transcripts or GED (for applicants with fewer than 15 college credits)
- SAT and/or ACT scores (for applicants with fewer than 15 college credits and applying to specific majors)
- Copy of high school diploma or GED (for applicants who have NOT received an associate's degree)
- 2.0 GPA recommended to apply
* Please note: If you have graduated from high school and are currently in your first semester of college, you are considered a transfer student and must file the TRANSFER APPLICATION.
Decision and Notification
Important to note: From the point in time when Stockton receives all required material to make an application complete (application, official college/university transcripts from all institutions attended, auxiliary material), it generally takes about two to three weeks to receive an answer. Decisions are sent through U.S. Postal Service (mail).
Readmit (Students who previously attended Stockton)
A student who was previously enrolled at Stockton and who has attended any other institution(s) since being enrolled at Stockton, should follow the same procedure as transfer students by completing the TRANSFER application for admission and following the transfer instructions.
A student who previously attended Stockton, but has not attended any other institution since being enrolled at Stockton should complete the Stockton rematriculation form, available on the Student Records (Registrar) site.
International student applicants require TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores and additional documentation along with the Transfer application requirements. All International applicants must provide a photocopy of their passport with their application. Click here to download forms as well as a checklist for completing your application.
Applicants from Chinese institutions should request and submit official transcripts directly through CHESICC. Requests are processed by CHESICC and will be sent electronically to the Stockton University Admissions Office. You will not need to submit a paper copy of your transcript. Go here to get started.
Dance and Theatre Applicants – Auditions
For Dance and Theatre audition requirements, information and appointment dates, please contact the School of Arts & Humanities directly at 609-652-4205.
Dual Degree Criminal Justice BA/MA
The dual degree Criminal Justice program will consider transfer students with a minimum 3.3 GPA EACH semester of college-level work. Meeting this minimum requirement does not necessarily guarantee acceptance into the dual degree program; applicants are considered on a case by case basis. Some transfer students will be ineligible if they have taken too many classes in Criminal Justice at their sending institution. Contact Dr. Marissa Levy firstname.lastname@example.org to determine eligibility.
Students seeking to earn an Education degree with teacher certification can choose a primary subject major with Education K-12 as a concentration, Elementary Education with Liberal Studies or Psychology as a major, or Early Childhood Education P-3 with Liberal Studies as a major.
Nursing (Prelicensure Accelerated)
The Prelicensure Accelerated Nursing program is designed for students who either have an earned bachelor's degree in a different field or will have one prior to entering the program. Certain prerequisites are necessary to begin studies (see Stockton Nursing for details). All decisions regarding entry to the program will be determined by the Nursing program.
Nursing (RN to BSN)
The RN to BSN Nursing program is designed for registered nurses who want to continue their education by earning the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (see Stockton Nursing for details). All decisions regarding entry to the program will be determined by the Nursing program.
Communication Disorders is a master’s degree program. Students interested in Communication Disorders should choose Health Science as a major with Pre-Communication Disorders as a specialization. Students can choose an alternate major once enrolled at Stockton.
Occupational Therapy is a master’s degree program. Students interested in Occupational Therapy most commonly choose Health Science with Pre-Occupational Therapy or Psychology as a major. Students can choose an alternate major once enrolled at Stockton.
Physical Therapy is a doctoral degree program. Students interested in Physical Therapy most commonly choose Biology or Health Science with Pre-Physical Therapy as a major. Students can choose an alternate major once enrolled at Stockton.
Visual Arts Applicants - Portfolio Requirements
Incoming transfer students applying for Visual Arts with a studio concentration must successfully complete a portfolio review prior to admission to the major. A portfolio review is not required for Art History majors. Transfer students wishing to receive credit for comparable courses taken at another institution should show relevant documentation to a faculty advisor, either at Transfer Orientation or early in their first semester at Stockton.
Students should first be admitted to Stockton through the transfer application process, then submit the portfolio for review by the Visual Arts faculty. Portfolios are submitted through Slide Room with a $10 submission fee.
Transfer students should include up to 24 images of original works. For each image, indicate the course title in which your work was produced. This will ensure proper transfer of art credits. For detailed information on what to include in your portfolio and proper image formatting, please see the Visual Arts Program Portfolio Review and Admissions page.
Transfer Credit Evaluations
A preliminary evaluation showing the number of credits Stockton is accepting in transfer is sent with the admission packet. Within several weeks of admission, a more detailed analysis called a DegreeWorks audit will be prepared for you by Academic Advising; you will be sent a link to view it online. Classes currently enrolled in at the time of admission will be added to these evaluations after those classes have been completed, a grade assigned and you have had a final transcript sent.
Educational Opportunity Fund Program (EOF) New Jersey residents only.
EOF is a special admissions program for students who meet certain financial and academic requirements. Transfer applicants receiving EOF assistance at their current college may "transfer" their EOF eligibility to Stockton. Students who do not receive EOF assistance at their current college are not eligible to apply for the EOF program at Stockton. If you are applying as a transfer EOF student, please contact the EOF Office at 609-652-4647 with your plans to transfer and enroll at Stockton.
Newly accepted transfer students are automatically considered for Transfer Scholarship opportunities based on previous college performance. View scholarship details.
Applicants wishing to be considered for need-based financial aid must submit the Free Application for Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA must be completed and filed electronically via the Internet at fafsa.gov. Stockton’s federal school code is 009345.
All students are required to provide proof of Immunization prior to enrolling in a degree program. Please visit Health Services for details of the Requirements for Registration as mandated by N.J. State Law and Stockton University. If accepted for admission, your enrollment packet will include health forms, details and deadlines regarding submitting the health requirement documentation.
Handicapped/disabled students are encouraged to contact the Learning Access Program (609-652-4988) for more information on available services.
Consumer Information Act
Pursuant to Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, Stockton University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, age, sex (i.e., which includes but is not limited to the prohibition of sexual misconduct and relationship violence, including sexual assault and harassment), religion, creed, national origin, sexual orientation or disabling condition. College policies are consistent with federal and state laws pertaining to equal opportunity in admissions and education policies and in scholarships, loans, athletics and other school-administered programs.