Fall 2020 Information
We are excited to have housing for students for the Fall 2020 semester! Thank you for your patience as we continue to plan for the safest and best experience possible for the Fall 2020 semester. We are hard at work planning and getting ready for students to return to the residence halls. Please read the information below and should you have any questions please call email@example.com email
Housing Application Instructions
Students can apply for Stockton housing through the GoStockton Portal by clicking here. Once in the GoStockton Portal students should click on the student life tab and then scroll down to the residential life section and click on the link 2020-2021 Academic Year Residential Application. Students will then follow the easy steps for apply for housing. We are happy to assist with any questions you may have about applications or how to apply to live at the Showboat hotel. Please email Steven.Radwanski@stockton.edu for any additional information.
Frequently Asked Questions related to Fall 2020 Housing
Housing assignments will be released to the following groups below on the specific dates and times through the GoStockton portal. Students may request a room change once a housing assignment has gone out, but can never be guaranteed. Each room change request will be evaluated based on the complexity of the request.
Returning Students: August 3, 2020 by 5:00 PM
Freshmen: August 10, 2020 by 5:00 PM
Transfer Students: August 17, 2020 by 5:00 PM
At this time students will not be able to add or change any of their roommate options as the Residential Life team is currently preparing housing assignments so bills can go out on July 13.
As per New Jersey regulations, some housing will be for isolation or quarantine housing. Chris Gaupp will be not be occupied for the Fall 2020 semester and will be the isolation/quarantine housing. Additionally, as per the State of New Jersey we will be reducing our occupancy of housing. The areas that will be most impacted are Housing 1 (5-person apartments), Housing 2 (triples), Housing 3 (reduced rate doubles), and a small number of apartments in Housing 4 and and Atlantic City.
- Housing 1 - five person apartments are being reduced to four person apartments with two students in each bedroom
- Housing 2 - triples are being reduced to doubles
- Housing 3, - reduced rate doubles are being reduced to singles
- Housing 4 - most of Housing 4 will remain two students in each bedroom. A small number of housing four apartments will have 2 people per apartment
- Housing 5 - will remain the same since each student has their own individual bedroom
- Atlantic City - will remain the same, except for a small number of four person shared apartments that will only have two people per apartment
- Chris Gaupp housing has been designated for quarantine housing
Lounges may also be closed or reconfigured based upon guidance from the State of New Jersey. Information will be placed in the lounges instructing the students whether they are opened or closed.
Our team is currently working to determine what exact days and times check-in will occur. Check-in will be more days that it traditionally has been in the past and the hours of check-in will be extended to promote social distancing and allow everyone to have a safe experience. Students will only be permitted to bring two guests with them for check-in, and to promote social distancing, we will ask that the students guests remain outside of the check-in building. Students will receive move-in instructions on August 3, 2020 by 5:00 PM with all the detailed information they may need.
Freshmen, transfer, and renewal students will have the opportunity to chose a time slot to move in. Students should check their email for specific instructions regarding move-in.
We take the safety of our students and the residential community very seriously and are committed to providing a safe environment for our residential students. No guests will be permitted for the Fall 2020 semester. A guest is defined as anyone who does not live in that room or apartment. New Jersey COVID-19 guidance has mandated that students are discouraged from visiting one another on campus to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Students who host parties, or other activities with students who live outside of their room or apartment will be held accountable through the campus code of conduct, and may lose their housing.
Students can go to the GoStockton portal, log-in and then click on the student life tab and scroll to the Residential Life section and click on housing cancellation.
Due to the extenuating circumstances of COVID-19, the Office of Residential Life will continue to waive the $500 cancellation fee for famlies and students who choose to cancel their housing. The Office of Residential Life will also work with students and families to return their housing deposits.
Yes, students who cancel for the Fall 2020 semester may apply for the Spring 2021 semester. The spring 2021 semester application will be made available in October of 2020. Stockton will provide housing in the Spring 2021 semester for any students who desire Stockton University housing.
Students who cancel for the Fall 2020 semester may not be able to be placed in the same location for the Spring 2021 semester. If a student cancels in the Fall 2020 semester, their housing assignment will be filled by another student. Residential Life will work individually with students regarding any special questions they may have. Students may callor email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No, if a student cancels, it will not have an impact on the residents in that room or apartment. Students will receive a new roommate, if a vacancy exists.
Students can click here to review our comprehensive frequently asked questions page.