Service & Support
Financial assistance can take the form of loans, grants, scholarships and employment (work-study) opportunities. All information about your personal finances is kept confidential.
Three main funding sources are:
- The Federal Government. Financial aid from the federal government consists of Federal Pell Grants, College Work-Study, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG), and the Federal Direct Student Loan (FDSL) Program (Stafford loans, Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS).
- State of New Jersey. State of New Jersey financial aid consists of the Tuition Aid Grant (TAG), scholarships and other awards (including EOF).
- Stockton University. University financial aid consists of institutional grants (Stockton Award), merit-based scholarships, Stockton Foundation scholarships, and student assistance program.
The Educational Opportunity Fund program provides students with academic support through a partnership with the Academic Tutoring Centers for Math and Writing. Our students are strongly encouraged to visit the Academic Tutoring centers at least one to two times per week.
The EOF staff counsels students relative to issues pertaining to academic, personal and social nature. Our staff has a long tenure and has consistentlty provided services to close to 400 students that are part of our program. Should students have any questions regarding academic majors or student services we are here to serve you.
Career Development and Education
Through our partnership with Career Education & Development, our EOF students have been placed in a variety of engaging Internship and Professional Opportunities. It is our overall goal to graduate students that will take on leadership roles within their respective communities whether they be within the public, private or non-profit sectors. Our students benefit from the one-on-one support from Career Education & Development staff. For information on current internship and job placement opportunities please feel free to visit our friends at the Career Education and Development website.
Learning Access Program
The Learning Access Program can be found on campus in room J-204 or online at www.stockton.edu/LAP. Please call 609-652-4988 or send an email to LAP@stockton.edu for more information. Once you have received an accommodation letter from LAP, please contact your instructor to privately discuss your needs as soon as practical to ensure that reasonable accommodations are implemented.