Welcome to the Nest, Ospreys!
Welcome programs are designed to help you embrace Stockton as your home, providing opportunities for you to learn, build connections, and grow into your best self. As you commit to Stockton, Welcome programs are intended to unify and empower students to take the following actions: 1) connect to other students, staff, and faculty during programs provided before classes begin and throughout the academic year 2) contribute to a more safe, inclusive, and welcoming community, and 3) complete your degree at Stockton.
SPRING 2024 NEW STUDENT WELCOME SCHEDULE COMING SOON
Frequently Asked Questions (2023)
We have scheduled the same sessions over the course of multiple days to accommodate students who are moving in during different days and to reduce the number of times that our commuter population is required to travel to campus. Make sure to attend the Welcome Week schedule that applies to your status as they are designed to help you succeed at Stockton!
All new students should have taken their Student ID card photo during their New Student Orientation day. Your ID card can be used to access campus facilities, purchase meals, and to purchase supplies at the campus book store.
First-year and transfer students that are living in University housing will receive their ID card on their move-in day during their Residential Life check-in time. First-year and transfer commuter students will receive their ID cards when they arrive for Welcome Week on Sunday September 3, 2023.
From September 1st to September 3rd, the Gallloway shuttle schedule will follow a special AC-Galloway schedule to accommodate students participating in Welcome Week programs.
View the special Welcome Week shuttle schedule:
All information about dining can be found at the following website: dineoncampus.com/su. Your Fall 2023 meal plan is active beginning on September 1, 2023.
Welcome Program Learning Outcomes:
- Identify practices and resources that promote safety, health and belonging at Stockton University.
- Identify practices and resources that will help students successfully engage and navigate new or unfamiliar circumstances.
- Identify practices and resources that will help students develop an understanding and appreciation of cultural and human differences and their role in promoting social justice in society.
Welcome to Stockton 2023
Welcome Week Spirit Day 2019
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Welcome to Stockton Spirit Day 2023 Photo Gallery
Previous schedules from Welcome Programs can be found on our Welcome Program Archive Page.
Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the Office of Student Transition Programs at 609-626-3643.
For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact the Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations at 609.652.4878 or email@example.com at least 5 business days in advance of your participation or visit.