Summer at Stockton
From chemistry and calculus to web design and marketing, Stockton's summer sessions offer more than 375 courses, with more than 250 courses online! Stay on time, on track and on budget!
Join us for an Information Session
Wednesday, April 14, to learn more about choosing Stockton this Summer! Each session will cover:
- Overview of courses offered
- Benefits of taking summer courses
- How to mix face-to-face and online courses
- Financial Aid: how to pay for courses & housing options
- Residential Life
- Summer internships & employment
- Q&A session
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Summer 2021 Registration is Open
Who wouldn't want to spend the summer steps from the beach and Boardwalk?
Students have the opportunity to live in our beachfront Residential Complex in Atlantic City for the summer.
Students residing in AC may receive tuition discounts on summer courses.*
Use the summer semester to accelerate your degree, or lighten your load for the fall and spring semesters.
Think outside the classroom with independent studies, faculty-led research projects and internships.
With more than 375 courses in a variety of modalities, you'll find courses to fit your schedule and major!
Looking to earn this summer? Connect with the Office of Career Education & Development to learn about full-time and part-time jobs and internships available this summer.
Handshake is your portal to job and internship postings - just log in using your goStockton credentials!
Summer Term 2021 Academic Calendar
May 17- June 24 (MTWR)
Session 1 - (6 weeks)
May 17 - July 26 (MW or TR)
Session 2 - (10 weeks)
June 28 - August 9 (MTWR)
Session 3 - (6 weeks)
May 17 - August 9
Session 4 - (12 weeks)
Frequently Asked Questions
Bills are scheduled to go live on April 2 and payment is due May 3. Visit the Bursar's page for information on payment plans and options.
Visit the Financial Aid page for information about financial aid options available during the Summer 2021 term.
Undergraduate students who reside in campus housing at the Atlantic City Residential Complex, on either a 12-month or 3-month contract, will be eligible to take three courses for the price of two.
Under this plan, one four-credit course will cost $1,752.20 tuition and fees, two to three courses (8 to 12 credits) will cost $3,504.40, and each additional four-credit course will cost $1,752.20
Your preceptor can help you plan your summer and fall semester schedules. Academic advisors are also able to help. Advisors are available in person, and virtually through Zoom and email. Visit the Academic Advising page to set up an appointment.
Stockton's 2021 summer sessions are offered in a variety of course modalities, including face-to-face, hybrid and online. Learn more about the course modalities here.
Summer housing will be available at the Residential Complex in Atlantic City. Students can choose from 3-month and 12-month housing contracts. Housing applications will be available in February.
Visit Residential Life for more information.
Yes, Stockton's summer sessions are open to current students enrolled in degree programs, non-matriculated students and students currently enrolled at other institutions who wish to study during their summer break and transfer Stockton credits. Please visit the Registrar's page to complete the Non-Matriculated Application to get started.
Office of the Registrar
Phone: (609) 652-4235
Fax: (609) 626-5547