Scholarship Resource Center

Scholarship Resource Center

Welcome to our Scholarship Resource Center!

In addition to institutional scholarships, there are thousands of external scholarships available to students. Utilize the resources below to search for scholarships!

Scholarship Opportunities:

The Stockton University Foundation maintains a robust merit-based scholarship program with approximately 200 scholarships. Continuing students with an established Stockton GPA of 3.0 or higher are eligible to apply.

The 2021-2022 application is now closed. Students offered scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year have been notified via email.

Check back in January 2022 for information on the 2022-2023 scholarship application.

Stockton University is a member of The Tuition Exchange a consortium of more than 600 private and public not-for-profit colleges and universities that provide scholarships to dependent children of employees from member colleges and universities.

For information regarding the awarding of Tuition Exchange Scholarships, visit the Tuition Exchange website, or contact the Bursar's Office at 609.652.4597.

Visit our External Scholarships Webpage to view a list of scholarships housed on the foundation scholarship database. These are outside scholarship opportunities. They are not Stockton scholarships.

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Scholarship Twitter Feed:

To keep on top of scholarship opportunities that you may be eligible for, see our Twitter feed below and follow @stocktonfinaid on Twitter. Visit the moments section to view lists of scholarship opportunities by month.

Beware of Scholarship Scams!

Below are common warning signs that many scammers utilize: 
  • Charges a fee to apply
  • Guarantees Money-Back
  • Requires Credit Card/Bank Account Information
  • Offers Exclusive Information
  • Promises cash for paying a registration fee
  • Charges a fee and guarantees awards
  • Charges a fee in order to receive a low interest loan