Current Students and Scholars
Stockton University provides a wide range of resources to students, which include but are not limited to Academic Advising, Tutoring, Career Education & Development, Clubs and Organizations, and many more.
Academic Advising center is here to assist you with your academic career at Stockton University, answer any questions you may have about our curriculum or graduation requirements and address other academic policies that are crucial to your ultimate goal of graduation.
Academic Tutoring Center
Academic Tutoring Center helps students with writing and mathematics and in many other academic disciplines offered at the college.
Athletics & Recreations
Athletics & Recreations strive to enhance your physical well-being, foster interpersonal relationships, and help you to develop organizational skills and teamwork. Take advantage of the Soccer, Basketball, Tennis, Racquetball, Squash, Steam Room, Locker Rooms, Gym and other resources.
Campus Center - Get Centered
Discover exciting activities every week with the Campus Center Programming! Featuring Movie Night Series, Tunes at Noon and more. Get Centered!
Campus Life offers you the opportunity to experience learning through diverse student-development and service-learning programs. Stockton's vibrant community provides an environment for intellectual and personal development.
Career Education & Development
Career Education & Development guides students and alumni through all phases of the career development and planning process, assist them with the development, evaluation and implementation of career and educational plans that will prepare our students for success. DREAM IT...DO IT!
Distance Education program limits international students to 1 distance learning course per semester except under special circumstances determined by OGE advisor. Students can earn college credit through online, hybrid and distance education courses that they can take primarily at home.
First Ospreys serves the needs of first-generation, low income and other underrepresented students and raises awareness about the experience, knowledge, and value that they bring to the Stockton community. First-generation students are those whose parents or guardians have not obtained a four-year college degree in the United States.
Get to know more about Global Learning and discover interactive activities and resources on campus. Some signature events include: Globalization Lecture Series, Global Learning Gaming Suite, Stockton World Language Tables and more.
Health Services Office
Health Services Office provides diverse, professional and confidential health care services in a prompt, courteous and cost efficient manner. Learn about immunization requirements, insurance related information and other health related services.
Richard E. Bjork Library located in the F-wing provides access to the full-text of over 40,000 electronic journals, over 125 public-access computers in the library, as well as a wireless computer network. With over 500 seats available, there is always room for group work or a quiet place to study.
Welcome to Stockton University's Mail Services Department. Located in lower F wing, across from the Bookstore, we look forward to assisting you!
Office of the Dean of Students
The Office of the Dean of Students at Stockton University is committed to quality and excellence while serving as a primary advocate for student life.
Office of the Registrar
The Office of the Registrar oversees Student record, Transcripts, replacement of ID or other related services It is located in the Campus Center, Suite 203 and is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. The Office of the Registrar is closed on holidays and on Fridays from the end of May through the end of August.
Office of Service-Learning
The Office of Service-Learning provides students at Stockton University with opportunities to get to know and work with other Stockton students, faculty and staff, where learning does not just happen in the classroom, but happens through teamwork and real life experiences and where students can make a difference in neighboring communities through service.
Office of Student Development
The Office of Student Development helps you meet people, get connected to the Stockton community and involved in life on campus, through participation in leadership programs, community service initiatives, student organizations, Greek Life, and major campus events.
The Police Department at Stockton University provides a safe and secure environment, enabling our students to obtain a high quality education. We work in conjunction with local, county, State, and federal agencies in order to accomplish our mission.
Service is now offered 7 days a week for our new Atlantic City Campus! Both campuses provide free transportation for Faculty, Students, and Staff.
Stockton Honors is an academic program that combines challenging courses with service learning to foster a warm, supportive intellectual community. Students interested in the Honors program must submit a separate application and letter of recommendation directly to the Honors Program office. Honors students can choose any course of study from Stockton's major, minor, and certificate programs, while exploring opportunities from South Jersey to South Africa and all points in between.
Stockton Performing Arts Center
Stockton Performing Arts Center hosts a wide range of events such as ballet, theater, chorus, musicals and many more. The Performing Arts center is dedicated to making the arts a more personal experience. Join us where the arts come alive and connect with the music, the dance and the drama.
The Washington Internship
The Washington Internship program is an intensive para-professional and academic experience in which Stockton students live, work, and study in the Washington, DC metropolitan region. Stockton University is affiliated with the nation’s largest internship organization, The Washington Center.