Discount Offered on Summer 2022 Courses
Galloway, N.J. – Stockton University is offering a special summer tuition and housing package for students who want to live, learn and earn at the Jersey shore this summer.
Stockton will offer a 20% discount on undergraduate tuition and fees during the 2022 summer sessions for students who live in the Stockton Atlantic City Residential Complex for the summer.
The Board of Trustees approved the discount at the Dec. 8 meeting.
The goal is to give college students the opportunity to live and work in the Atlantic City area during the summer while also continuing their education.
“There are many summer job and internship opportunities for college students at the shore, but the cost of housing in the summer can be prohibitive,” said Stockton Director of Residential Life Steven Radwanski. “This option gives students the chance to live on the Boardwalk in a safe and secure facility at a reasonable rate.”
The Stockton Atlantic City Residential Complex, located at Albany Avenue and the Boardwalk, opened in fall 2018 and can house more than 530 students. There is security on site and swipe-card access for students.
Summer housing begins May 16 and runs through Aug. 15. The cost is $30 per day for Stockton students, and $40 per day for non-Stockton students. Stockton academic-year residential students may also opt-in to a 12-month contract for summer for a rate of $1,913.
More than 375 courses are being offered over the summer, with more than 250 offered online. With the 20% discount, undergraduate in-state students would pay $357.45 per credit, or $1,430 per four-credit course, a savings of $357. The rate for undergraduate out-of-state students is $528.86 per credit or $2,115 per course.
Registration for summer courses opens on Jan. 4. There are three summer sessions starting in May and June and lasting either six or 10 weeks, plus 12-week internship and independent study programs.
More information is online at stockton.edu/summer.
In other business, the trustees approved a $1.6 million contact with SOSH Architects for the architectural and interior designs for a Sports Center expansion and other campus spaces. The Sports Center expansion as proposed includes a 25,000-square-foot fitness, wellness and academic expansion plus other renovations. Renovations are also planned for sections of L-Wing, I-Wing and F-Wing.
The board also accepted a $275,000 Supporting Students in Recovery grant from the N.J. Division of Human Services, Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services to continue providing services including housing, relapse prevention and peer mentorship to students in recovery.