Important Information Regarding Coronavirus
I hope you are all doing well. Amidst the update regarding the University's decision to go online after Spring break, I wanted to address some questions and concerns as it pertains to student services, student life and academics. Please READ through the information below:
- Please continue regularly scheduled clinical experiences and internships as long as the host-site is open. If you have an internship or practical experience at Stockton, you should continue doing so being that the University is open. Completing observation hours or student teaching hours should also continue, as long as the host-site is open.
- If you are in a lab, your professors should contact you individually regarding alternate or adjusted methods of instruction.
- Stockton is working with faculty and staff to ensure that you will be accommodated if you do not have access to technology, including laptops or smart devices, to complete online assignments.
- The library will remain open, as the University is still open. This is still a resource for you to use any printers, computers or to check out any materials.
Resources on campus:
- Counseling Center/Services: being that the University will remain open, please proceed with any regularly scheduled appointments with counselors and walk-in hours. Counselors will be available for virtual appointments via the phone for those that will not be on campus or in the area.
- Wellness Center: please contact the Wellness Center with any concerns regarding your physical wellbeing BEFORE coming into the office. This is to prevent the potential spread of the virus. They are there to answer any questions and will refer you out to Urgent Care or the Atlanticare if necessary.
- Student Activities: please see an email from Student Development Director, Jeff Wakemen, regarding on campus programs, events and club meetings.
- Bookstores: campus Center store will be open with limited hours. AC and Lower-E store will be closed. The bookstore will also be offering free shipping on all orders (no minimum purchase).
- The Food Assistance Program will be ongoing and the Food Pantry will remain open during regular university business days.
- Chartwells dining services (including Dunkin Donuts, The Lodge, Campus Center Food Court, N-Wing Cafeteria and AC Food Court) will operate on Spring Break schedule until April 5th.
- Galloway Shuttles: will operate on usual routes, but with fewer buses.
- AC Shuttles- extended Spring Break schedule for additional week, then resume normal schedule with fewer buses until April 5th (subject to change).
- Galloway Campus: commuter students may not park in residential lots. No students are to park in reserved Lot 6A or the reserved Visitor/Admission spaces. Anyone may park in Lots 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6B, 7, 8, 9 and the North Lot, including residential students.
- -Atlantic City Campus: residential Students may not park in the Hartford Avenue Lot. No students are allowed to park in the Academic Building Lot. Commuter students may only park in the Hartford Avenue Lot.
For Residential Students: please see information regarding staying on campus via an email that will be sent from Residential Life/Director Steve Radwanski.
For Student Workers, including Work-study Students:
- You will be allowed to continue working in your positions, as the University remains open.
- You will not be expected to work if you are not on campus or decide to stay home.
- Please communicate with your supervisors regarding your availability.
Some information regarding shuttles and dining services may be subject to change, however, this is the information we have received thus far. If you have any other immediate questions or concerns regarding this decision impacting your Stockton experience, please reply to this email. Thank you for reading through this email andplease make sure to be checking your Stockton email, as this is what you will be contacted through with any other pertinent information.
Thank you and have a fun and safe Spring Break!
Student Senate President