Under the auspices of the Vice President for Student Affairs, and in support of university
priorities, the Dean of Students office is comprised of four important strategic teams that
focus on the inclusive engagement, retention and wellness of our student community.
Administration and Strategic Initiatives
Divisional assessment and research, fundraising, community partnerships, strategic communication and related efforts, as well as service to students studying at Manahawkin, Hammonton and Woodbine sites
Engagement and Community Development
Enhancement of student life on our Galloway and Atlantic City campuses, involving the offices of:
Event Services and Campus Center Operations
The Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations is your one stop for planning and scheduling events at Stockton. This office serves as a liaison between the event planner and the offices that provide support services for events. Stockton’s multipurpose, state of the art facilities enable us to service meetings, seminars, conferences, exhibits, camps, and other special events. The campus also offers a variety of athletic and recreational facilities as well as on-campus overnight accommodations during the summer months.
The office also manages building operations for the Campus Center including a lost and found depository, student event ticketing service, the Game Room and a variety of Campus Center sponsored programs.
The Office of Student Development is responsible for advisement of college organizations and their activities as well as leadership development for students involved in the co-curricular program. Information on clubs and organizations, the Student Senate, OspreyAdvantage program, fraternities and sororities, and non-traditional student services may be found on its Web site.
Inclusion and Wellness
Promote a healthy, inclusive learning community where all students can thrive, encompassing divisional offices of:
Care and Community Standards
The Office of Care and Community Standards (formerly Student Rights and Responsibilities) is charged with supporting the academic community by promoting the Campus Code of Conduct and providing dispute resolution venues to resolve conduct violations. The office manages the Campus Hearing Board as one venue for formal dispute resolution. It also gives oversight and supports resolution to student conduct matters in the academic and residential settings as well.
The goal of the Wellness Center at Stockton is to assist students, faculty, and staff in reaching an optimal level of health and wellness and to respect the connection between physical, emotional and mental health and the process of changing behaviors that contribute to poor health choices. The following offices comprise the Wellness Center:
- Alcohol and Drug Prevention Program
- Counseling Center
- Health Services
- Learning Access
- Women's Gender and Sexuality Center
Student Transitions, Access and Retention
Collaborate with Enrollment Management and Academic Affairs to support students’ transition to the university, graduation and post-graduate success, as well as support to parents and families, involving the following divisional offices:
Career Education and Development
Career Education & Development guides and assists students and alumni through the process of developing and implementing comprehensive career and educational plans that will prepare them for success. The center offers a variety of services including career counseling, graduate school advising, resume critiques, interview preparation and assistance with internship and job searching. In addition, Career Education & Development helps students and graduates connect with employers by offering employer and networking opportunities including career fairs, on-campus interviewing and alumni career panels.
Educational Opportunity and Success Programs
- EOF is designed to meet the educational and financial needs of students whose potential for college may not be reflected in their academic grades and whose economic background makes it extremely difficult for them to pursue a college education without financial aid. Information on the Program and eligibility requirements are available on the EOF Web page.
- Student Success Services (formerly CARE) is a program designed to assist students with their overall experience here at Stockton University. The Program aims to help students navigate and maximize the benefits of various academic and student life resources available at Stockton and includes individualized mentoring by Stockton faculty and staff and trained peer mentors.
Military and Veteran Services
The Office of Military and Veteran Services was created for the purpose of outreach to student veterans, active service members and reservists. A primary mission of the veteran’s program is to guide Stockton veterans and active service members to a variety of services that may benefit them and help them to connect with one another. With the anticipated return of our troops from overseas, Stockton will further the development of these programs and services.
Student Transition Programs
The Office of Student Transition Programs strives to provide excellent programing in the areas of orientation, transition and retention to serve all new undergraduate students at Stockton University. The office is committed to providing an environment for inclusion while welcoming and acclimating new students to our institution in collaboration with Academic Affairs and other campus partners. It also provides programming for parents and family members to ensure student success from enrollment through commencement.