Students admitted to Stockton University as EOF freshmen must successfully complete the EOF Summer Academy, before they can enroll at the university. The EOF Summer Academy is designed to develop the skills, character and discipline needed for success at Stockton. This rigorous five-week program is designed to help students develop their foundation in college-level reading, writing, and mathematics. Additionally, students are equipped with knowledge, information, and resources to help them transition academically and socially to Stockton University.
The EOF summer program will include academic classes with highly respected Stockton faculty, structured afternoon and evening tutoring and study sessions, a host of social activities and will conclude with a special EOF Orientation and Registration for the fall. EOF summer participants have the opportunity to learn about student life, clubs and organizations, interact with a variety of Student Affairs professionals and learn about the resources available to them as a Stockton student.
Students participate in the following:
- College Reading and Writing
- Special Topics (e.g. College Life, Careers)
- Individual and group tutoring is provided.
- All program participants are required to engage in tutoring.
- All Summer Academy participants will be assigned to an EOF counselor who will continue to serve as a resource during the academic year.
- EOF counselors assist students with a variety of personal, academic and financial concerns.
Summer Academy participants are given the opportunity to participate in a variety of social activities. These activities are designed to promote personal growth and acquaint students with the college community.