Coronavirus Information

Stockton COVID-19 Updates

  • All New Jersey residents 16 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Based on projections for COVID-19 vaccine availability and access, Stockton University plans to open the Fall 2021 semester with normal capacities for classes, housing and student activities.

  • Stockton University is offering free COVID-19 testing to Stockton students and to employees. To schedule a test go to Stockton University Testing

  • Pledge Reminder: Faculty, staff, and students should complete the Stockton Health Pledge daily, even if you are not coming to campus. The pledge is sent daily to your Stockton email and assists us in monitoring the health of our community. You may update the pledge during the day if needed. If you are feeling ill, do not come to campus, notify your manager, and see your doctor if necessary.

Stockton Actions

Stockton is implementing multiple measures to provide a safe environment for our students, faculty and staff. Visit the Return to Campus site to learn more.

If you have been tested for COVID-19 in any jurisdiction, due to symptoms or a known direct exposure, please contact Stockton at publicsafety@stockton.edu as soon as possible. You do not need to wait for results. This will greatly assist our efforts in tracking the people in our community who have been impacted.

Current Stockton Students: If you are sick and would like to be seen by Stockton’s health professionals please contact Student Health Services in advance of visiting the office: (609) 652-4701 or wellctr@stockton.edu. Current Wellness Center hours are available here.

Students with questions about COVID-19 procedures should contact the Dean of Students for additional information.

Coronavirus Hotline & Testing Information

Learn what precautions you can take about the Coronavirus.

  • Call the NJ Coronavirus & Poison Center Hotline at 1-800-222-1222 or 1-800-962-1253 if using out-of-state phone line.
  • Have general questions about COVID-19? Call: 2-1-1

Trained health care professionals are taking callsl 24/7 OR visit nj.gov/health

Testing Information

Download the COVID Alert NJ App

 

Confirmed cases of COVID-19

Confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the Stockton community include students and employees. Using the state’s definition of close contacts, we directly notify all known close contact individuals who may have had direct exposure to an infected individual. Due to federal patient- and student-confidentiality regulations, we cannot provide more details about the affected individuals. Total cases may change as we learn of results from individuals and out-of-county agencies.

Spring 2021

Daily reported cases - 5/14/21

  Galloway Atlantic City Off Campus Total
Students 0 0 0 0
Employees 0 0 0 0
Total 0 0 0 0

Total cases since 1/1/21

  Galloway Atlantic City Off Campus Total
Students 146 8 162 316
Employees 64 6 5 75
Total 210 14 167 391

Total cleared cases since 1/1/21

  Cleared Cases
Galloway Campus
Cleared Cases
Atlantic City Campus
Cleared Cases
Off Campus
Total Cleared Cases
Students 138 8 156 302
Employees 63 5 5 73
Total 201 13 161 375

Total active cases since 1/1/21

  Active Cases
Galloway Campus
Active Cases
Atlantic City Campus
Active Cases
Off Campus
Total Active Cases
Students 8 0 6 14
Employees 1 1 0 2
Total 9 1 6 16

Total cases since 9/1 - 12/31/20

  Galloway Atlantic City Off Campus Total
Students 158 5 93 256
Employees 31 0 13 44
Total 187 5 108 300

Total cleared cases since 9/1 - 12/31/20

  Cleared Cases
Galloway Campus
Cleared Cases
Atlantic City Campus
Cleared Cases
Off Campus
Total Cleared Cases
Students 158 5 93 256
Employees 31 0 13 44
Total 187 5 108 300

Note: The data above reflects cases confirmed through the Wellness Center or Human Resources. Galloway and Atlantic City figures indicate members who had a positive COVID-19 test and were on that campus for any reason (e.g. class/residence hall/event/activity/athletics) during their infectious period.

"Off Campus" refers to members of the Stockton community who tested positive but have not been on our campuses during their infectious period.

Active Case: An individual who submitted positive test results for COVID-19 and is currently under an isolation period.

Cleared Case: An individual who submitted medical authorization to resume work and/or educational activities from Student Health Services, a state or local health department or their own medical provider, or attested to no symptoms after completing the required isolation period.

Please note that all data is subject to continuous verification and change based on additional reporting and investigation.

Stockton COVID-19 Vaccination Report

Students and employees may voluntarily report if they have been vaccinated.

Total vaccinations since 1/1/21

Employees
Percentage
Employees
Full
Employees
Partial
Students 
Percentage
Students
Full
Students
Partial
Fully Vaccinated
Total
37.92% 656 30 16.73% 1548 146 2204


Full: Received 2 doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or 1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Partial: Received 1 dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

Campus Access and Operations

Stockton is open and offices are staffed, however, we encourage you to contact Stockton employees via phone or email. If you are a visitor to campus, you must complete health pledge in advance of your arrival.

The Azeez Museum in Woodbine, and the Performing Arts Center are closed to the public until further notice. The Noyes Arts Garage is open.

Yes. Guidance on wearing masks is available in the FAQ on the Return to Campus page under Health, Safety and Hygiene.

 

If you are feeling ill, contact the Wellness Center for instructions. 

FREE COVID-19 testing is available to Stockton students beginning Wednesday, February 3, and to employees beginning Wednesday, February 17.

Learn more about flu symptoms and how to prevent the illness.

Information for Faculty and Staff

About Coronavirus

COVID-2019 is a respiratory infection caused by a novel (new) virus that arose from the area of Wuhan, China, in December 2019. Outbreaks of novel virus infections among people are always of public health concern. The risk from these outbreaks depends on characteristics of the virus, including how well it spreads between people, the severity of resulting illness, and the medical or other measures available to control the impact of the virus (for example, vaccine or treatment medications).

For additional information about COVID-19, including how it spreads, symptoms, prevention, treatment and preparedness, please visit the CDC coronavirus website or the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) website.

Prevention

To protect yourself from the spread of viruses follow our guidelines for campus health and safety.

For more information on the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19):

For questions about Stockton's response measures, contact Campus Public Safety, at 609-652-4762 or publicsafety@stockton.edu.