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The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

Overview

Liberal Arts College in New Jersey Provides Exceptional Educational Experiences

The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey (Stockton) is a selective, midsized, highly-ranked public liberal arts college in southern New Jersey, with programs in business, liberal arts, humanities, health sciences, education, and social, behavioral, and natural sciences. Students enjoy small class sizes, modern facilities, exceptional educational experiences, an environmentally friendly campus, a great location, and reasonable tuition.

Stockton enrolls more than 7,000 students from New Jersey and the surrounding Mid-Atlantic states.

One of the Nation's Best Public Colleges

Stockton was highly ranked among the nation's top public colleges and universities in the 2010 survey of "America's Best Colleges." It also was ranked by "U.S. News and World Report" in 2010 as one of the best universities/master's programs in the north.

Degree Programs with Personalized Options

The college offers Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in the arts and humanities; business; professional studies; and social, behavioral, and natural sciences. Popular majors include business administration and management, criminal justice, environmental and marine sciences, and psychology.

Stockton's flexible curriculum allows students to prepare for professional careers in dentistry, law, medicine, and veterinary medicine, while pursuing a traditional major.

The college's academic programs are structured around a preceptorial system. This allows students to work on a personalized basis with an assigned faculty-staff preceptor (adviser) on evaluating and planning individual courses of study and career alternatives.

Freshman Seminar and First Year Experience

Stockton requires all first-semester freshmen to take part in the Freshman Seminar and First Year Experience, an academic introduction to the life of the mind.

The program brings students together in an intellectual and social community through interlocking events and programs designed to span the academic, co-curricular, and informational aspects of the educational experience.

Pre-Professional, Professional, and Dual-Degree Programs

The college offers pre-professional degree programs in occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, and podiatry, with the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy and the Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees completed at Stockton.

Stockton has accelerated 7-year, dual-degree articulation agreements with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (which includes the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, the New Jersey Medical School, the School of Osteopathic Medicine, and the New Jersey Dental School); the Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine; the New York State College of Optometry; and the Rutgers School of Pharmacy.

Stockton also has an articulation program with Cornell University for veterinary medicine, and 5-year, dual-degree programs with the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and Rutgers University for students interested in engineering.

Students Work Closely With Faculty

Stockton's 265 full-time and 80 part-time faculty members represent highly diverse academic, training, and social backgrounds, with 95 percent holding the highest degree in their field. Small class sizes and individual research opportunities afford students opportunities to work closely with faculty members.

Among Stockton's distinguished faculty are Pulitzer Prize winners, Guggenheim Fellowship winners, and world-renowned experts in Holocaust studies, psychology, and physics.

Campus Living and Activities

The campus' setting, tucked inside the Pinelands National Reserve, provides an ideal natural environment for a wide range of outdoor activities including sailing, canoeing, jogging, hiking, and fishing, with Jersey Shore beaches mere minutes away.

More than 130 student clubs and organizations at Stockton support the academic, professional, social, religious, community, political, and personal interests of students.

A performing arts center offers cultural events, exhibits, concerts, lectures, student plays, and other entertainment. The college also has 21 national fraternities and sororities.

Variety of Sports and Recreation Choices

Students, faculty, and staff members join together in an intramural and club sports program that includes aikido, crew, flag football, golf, ice hockey, soccer, softball, street hockey, swimming, and volleyball.

At the intercollegiate level, Stockton fields NCAA Division III teams in men's baseball, basketball, lacrosse, and soccer; women's basketball, crew, field hockey, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball; and men's and women's cross country and track and field.

A new, multi-purpose sports and recreation center offers fitness facilities, racquetball courts, weight rooms, a gymnasium, and outdoor recreational facilities.

Internships and Off-Campus Programs

Internships, research projects, and field studies are key features of most degree programs at Stockton. Study abroad, Semester at Sea, and a 4-year independent study with the One-on-One Connect mentor/scholar program are available.

The Washington, D.C. Internship Program enables students to gain professional work experience in the nation's capital. Stockton sends more students to this program than any other college or university outside the Washington, D.C. area.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

Tuition costs, room and board fees, and other applicable charges vary for in-state and out-of-state students. Needs-based and merit-based financial aid is available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study.

Stockton offers aggressive and generous scholarship opportunities for academically talented freshman and transfer students based on standardized test scores, grade point average, high school class rank, and college level performance.

Natural Setting Near City and Sand

Stockton's environmentally friendly campus in Pomona, N.J., has a rural, park-like feel, yet is close to a variety of cultural and recreational activities, with nearby shopping and dining.

Nestled on 1,600 acres in the pristine Pinelands National Reserve, just 12 miles from Atlantic City, the campus is 20 minutes from New Jersey shore beaches, an hour's drive from Philadelphia, and 2 hours from New York City.


Majors & Degrees


Degrees Offered
Bachelor&Apos;S, Master&Apos;S, Doctoral, And Postbachelor&Apos;S Certificates
Majors
Biological And Biomedical Sciencesbiochemistry; Biology/Biological Sciences; Marine Biology And Biological Oceanographybusiness, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Servicesbusiness Administration And Management; Hospitality Administrationcommunication, Journalism, And Related Programsspeech Communication And Rhetoriccomputer And Information Sciences And Support Servicesinformation Science/Studieseducationeducation (Multiple Levels)English Language And Literature/Lettersenglishforeign Languages, Literatures, And Linguisticsforeign Languages And Literatureshealth Professions And Related Programsaudiology And Speech-Language Pathology; Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences; Public Health Related; Registered Nursing/Registered Nursehistoryhistoryliberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanitiesliberal Arts And Sciences/Liberal Studiesmathematics And Statisticsmathematicsmulti/Interdisciplinary Studiescomputational Science; Sustainability Studiesnatural Resources And Conservationenvironmental Studiesphilosophy And Religious Studiesphilosophy And Religious Studiesphysical Scienceschemistry; Geology/Earth Science; Physicspsychologypsychologypublic Administration And Social Service Professionssocial Worksocial Sciencescriminology; Economics; Political Science And Government; Sociologyvisual And Performing Artsfine/Studio Arts; Visual And Performing Arts

Admissions


Freshman
Admission: 6,195 applied; 3,551 admitted; 1,003 enrolled

Test Scores:

Applying
Options: electronic application, early admission
Application fee: $50
Required: high school transcript, minimum 2 GPA
Recommended: essay or personal statement, minimum 3 GPA, 3 letters of recommendation
Notification: continuous until 6/15 (transfers)

Tuition & Fees

  • Tuition
    • In-state tuition *Not Reported
    • Out-of-state tuition *Not Reported
    • In-district tuitionN/A
    • * Tuition costs are based on a full academic year typically extending from September to June.
  • Fees
    • Full-time student feesNot Reported
    • Room and board *Not Reported
    • Room only *Not Reported
    • * Room and board charges vary according to board plan selected (i.e., 12-meal plan, 19-meal plan, etc.) and student level (freshman, sophomore, etc.)
  • Other Payment Considerations
    • Guaranteed tuition plan offeredNot Reported
    • Tuition pre-payment planNot Reported
    • Tuition payment plans offeredNot Reported
    • Student groups that qualify for full or partial waiver of tuitionNot Reported

Student Body


Undergraduate Student Population
7,516 Undergraduate Students, 58% Women, 42% Men, 14% Transferred In
Minority Breakdown
7% Black Or African American Non-Hispanic/Latino, 5% Asian, Non-Hispanic/Latino, 9% Hispanic/Latino, 0.2% American Indian Or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic/Latino , 0.2% Hawaiian Or Other Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic/Latino, 3% Two Or More Races, Non-Hispanic/Latino, 0.9% Race/Ethnicity Unknown
International Population
0.2% Representing 6 Other Countries
Housing Info
35% Live On Campus

Campus Life


Options
Coed, Disabled Students, Campus Housing Is University Owned. Freshman Campus Housing Is Guaranteed
Activities
Drama/Theater Group, Student-Run Newspaper, Radio And Television Station, Choral Group, Multi-Cultural Connection, Stockton Entertainment Team, Los Latinos Unidos, Unified Black Student Society, Stockton Action Volunteers For The Environment, National Fraternities, National Sororities
Most popular organizations
Multi-Cultural Connection, Stockton Entertainment Team, Los Latinos Unidos, Unified Black Student Society, Stockton Action Volunteers For The Environment
Campus security
24-Hour Emergency Response Devices And Patrols, Late-Night Transport/Escort Service, Controlled Dormitory Access, On-Campus Sworn/Commissioned Police Force
Student services
Health Clinic, Personal/Psychological Counseling, Women&Apos;S Center
Academic Programs
Special Study Options: Academic Remediation For Entering Students, Accelerated Degree Program, Adult/Continuing Education Programs, Advanced Placement Credit, Distance Learning, Honors Programs, Independent Study, Internships, Off-Campus Study, Part-Time Degree Program, Services For LD Students, Student-Designed Majors, Study Abroad, Summer Session For Creditrotc: Army (C)Unusual Degree Programs: 3-2 Business Administration; Engineering With New Jersey Institute Of Technology; Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey; Criminal Justice/Public Health With University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of NJ; Medical Technology With University Of Delawareschool Calendar: Semesters

Athletics


Athletics
Member:Ncaadivision:All Division III

Faculty


Faculty
Total: 626Full-Time: 45% Full-Timestudent/Faculty Ratio: 18 :1

Financial Aid


Costs (2013&-14)
Tuition:state resident $7948 full-time, $306 per credit hour part-time; nonresident $14,341 full-time, $552 per credit hour part-time. Part-time tuition and fees vary according to course load
Required fees:$4374 full-time, $168 per credit hour part-time, $70 per term part-time
Room and board:$10,952; room only: $7492. Room and board charges vary according to board plan and housing facility
Payment plans:installment, deferred payment
Waivers:senior citizens and employees or children of employees

Financial Aid
Of all full-time matriculated undergraduates who enrolled in 2013,5,934 applied for aid, 5,149 were judged to have need, 1,496 had their need fully met. 191 Federal Work-Study jobs (averaging $1750). 831 state and other part-time jobs (averaging $1455)
In 2013,378 non-need-based awards were made
Average percent of need met:62%
Average financial aid package:$16,417
Average need-based loan:$4545
Average need-based gift aid:$8226
Average non-need-based aid:$6181
Average indebtedness upon graduation:$33,944


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