Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
From the point the Admissions Office receives your application and all of your supporting material, (such as official transcripts) it usually takes about two weeks. We notify you of your decision by email or mail. You may also check your Stockton online application for updates.
As soon as you apply. We cannot admit you without your official transcript(s). If
you are currently taking classes, be sure to follow up with a second transcript once
the semester ends so we can 'capture' those credits as well. Paper transcripts and
other academic material should be sent to:
Office of Admissions
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205.
Unfortunately, no. Transcripts must be official, either mailed or sent electronically directly from all previous colleges/universities you've attended within the US. If transferring from outside the US, the transcripts must be evaluated by one of the approved agency:
- World Education Services (WES)
- Education Credential Evaluators (ECE).
- SpanTran: The Evaluation Company (SpanTran)
Please note: From the point you order your transcript, it usually takes a week to ten days for us to receive it, even if sent electronically.
International students will be charged for out-of-states tuition & fees. Please visit the Cost of Attendance page or use the Bill Estimator to get an estimated cost of attendance based on your housing and meal preference. Keep it in mind, international students are required to enroll full-time (minimum of 12 credits per semester for undergraduate programs, and 9 credits for graduate programs.) You must see an DSO from Stockton for exception to this rule before you take a reduced course load.
We highly suggest our prospective students complete the Application for I-20 after submitting their admissions application. The Office of Admissions will process your application upon academic acceptance and evidence of financial support from your sponsor(s).
- India Karavackas
Director of Global Engagement - DSO/RO
609-626-3537 | Office F 101-k
- Yibin Feng
International Student Advisor - DSO/ARO
609-626-5532 | Office F 101-q
- Natalja Manger
Study Abroad & Int'l Student Advisor - DSO/ARO
609-626-3596 | Office F 101-p
- Jessica Grullon
Assistant Director, Admissions - DSO
609-652-4833 | Office CC-101L
- Alison Henry
Director, Admissions - DSO
609-652-4831 | Office CC-101
- AmyBeth Glass
Director, Graduate Studies - DSO
609-626-3640 | Office F-101E
- Evangelos Vasilakis
PPS, Office of the Registrar - DSO
609-652-3582 | Office CC-203L
- Joseph LoSasso
Registrar, Office of the Registrar - PDSO
609-652-4235 | Office CC-203P
- Employment opportunities in the U.S. (on-campus and off-campus)
- Requesting CPT/OPT or Academic Training
- Applying for a New Jersey driver’s license
- Applying for a Social Security number (SSN)
- Changing your major, program, or degree level (e.g. from Bachelor to Master's)
- Transferring to/from a new school as an F-1/J-1 student
- Being absent from classes or taking a vacation during the semester
- Requesting approval for reduced course load (RCL)
- Traveling outside the U.S.
- Changing your U.S. address
- Changing your name
- Requesting a program extension before your program end date
For additional questions about transfer students, please check here.
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